What’s Your Philosophy?

In the third installment about developing a weight training philosophy, our expert explains how to go about developing your own… more »

Strong as a Dog

The Bird Dog is a great way to enage athletes in the weight room while activating their core and improving postural control… more »

Parental Pressure

For years, we have seen articles, surveys, and professional presentations indicating that misguided parents are the number-one problem for coaches and athletic directors. However, coaches and athletic directors aren't the only people being harmed by... more »

Common Philosophies Examined

There are many ways to design weight training programs. As a follow-up to last week’s article, we examine a few and consider the reasons coaches use them… more »

Versatile Tool

Whether an athlete is new to the weightroom or is an experienced weightlifter, dumbbell exercises offer a versatile and effective training tool… more »

One-Sided Advice

A look at using unilateral exercises, which can address issues in asymmetry and muscle activation, leading to better balance and fewer injuries… more »

Nitka In Hall of Fame

Mike Nitka, Director of Strength and Conditioning and physical education instructor at Muskego (Wis.) High School, will be inducted into the NHSSCA Hall of Fame, Class of 2018… more »

Ninja Power

Every April, out-of-season female athletes at Virginia Tech add a new line to their athletic resumes–ninja skills. They earn this badge through the daylong Hokie Women's Ninja Warrior Challenge led by Megan Evans, MSEd, CSCS,... more »

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