Training & Conditioning

Speed Kills: Incorporating agility training give programs an edge

Nowadays, every athlete is bigger, stronger, and faster than those from previous generations.  Offensive linemen, once thought of as the “hogs” of the football team, are running sub-five second 40-yard dashes and sub-eight second three-cone... more »

Tips to better cycling techniques

With the COVID-19 pandemic limiting the access to gyms and fitness centers and adjoining fitness equipment, many athletes from youth to recreational to professional, have turned to cycling as an easy and effective mean to... more »

Recreational running done the right way

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic shut off athletes from gyms and fitness centers, running has always been of the best (and, not to mention, cheapest) ways to get exercise and fresh air. What can be... more »

Breaking down the burpee for better results

At-home workouts have become a thing of the norm in recent months and that likely means less equipment, smaller spaces, and a less-than-ideal setup. The potential lack of strength-training tools leads to more bodyweight routines... more »

Strength & conditioning programs for Texas high school football may return in June

Football activities on the high school level may return as early as June in the state of Texas. Two state high school sports governing bodies announced on Tuesday, May 19 that strength and conditioning programs... more »

8 dynamic plyometric moves to add to your workout

Plyometric movements have shown to torch calories, increase muscle strength, and improves power with explosive movements. Such types of training involve power jumping, repetitive bounding, and quick-force production. When your muscles eccentrically contract, or shorten,... more »


From Hospital Admin to Speed Coach: Phil Campbell’s sprint science journey

{Sponsored} After a quarter century as a hospital administrator and part-time speed coach, Phil Campbell jumped into full-time coaching. Campbell has now trained thousands of athletes, including well-known clients Super Bowl MVP Ray Lewis and... more »

UNC trainer gets creative with home workouts during coronavirus

The University of North Carolina football team is blending current technology with an old-school approach to workouts while players are home for the foreseeable future during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Shawn... more »

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