In-season gains: Inside Georgia football strength training

The Georgia football strength training program is designed in a way that actually increases player strength during the season. Here’s how it’s done… more »

Full Steam Ahead

From integrating freshmen to intense offseason workouts, the strength and conditioning program for Georgia Tech football pushes forward all year long… more »

Braced for Impact

Being surrounded by a campus of experts from a variety of fields is one benefit of working in college athletics. The sports medicine staff at the University of Georgia recently took advantage of this perk by partnering with the College of Engineering to develop a custom forearm brace for an injured football player… more »

Gaining Ground: Clemson football in-season training

Unlike programs that look to simply maintain during the season, Clemson University football works on getting stronger. This philosophy has primed the Tigers for consistent success… more »

Trench Warriors: Conditioning tactics for linemen

Linemen are a special breed requiring a unique conditioning approach. At the University of Oregon, that means a year-round training regimen… more »

Nutrition and football: What you need to know

Like a race car needs fuel, football players need proper nutrition. Are your athletes getting the best nutritional information?.. more »

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