Front Squat Focus

The front squat can help softball athletes both build strength and decrease the chance of injury. Here are some tips to make sure your players are getting the most from this movement… more »

The Right Balance

To provide adequate energy for performance, athletes must balance their choices properly among carbs, protein, and healthy fats… more »

Skills & Drills

To keep athletes motivated and engaged, it’s important to revisit your practice drills. This coach has a unique way of doing so… more »

Better Together, Part 3

In restructuring its baseball conditioning, Coastal Carolina had four goals. Here’s a look at goal number two: Develop effective, individualized sports performance plans for each athlete… more »

Cooling Down

Failing to perform a proper cool-down can have serious consequences. The good news is that it can be accomplished in less than 10 minutes… more »

Jumping Power

Plyometrics help build explosive power, which is exactly what volleyball players need to succeed on the court. These exercises will make a great addition to your regular training program… more »

Five Phases

Creating a strength and conditioning program can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Here is a five phase model to help get you started… more »

Football Gains

When an outside linebacker needed to put on 20 to 30 pounds, this sports dietitian developed a plan that included calorie-dense foods and eating several times a day… more »

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