strength and conditioning

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 »

In The Fast Lane: Addressing speed in training

Having quick, agile athletes should be a focus for every strength program. We asked a roundtable of experts how they satisfy the need for speed… 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 »

Hydro Power: Using the pool in strength training

The pool is great for rehab, but how about making it a part of the strength training program? Here are some tips and program design ideas… more »

Stretching the Field: Making athlete flexibility a priority

At Boston College, coaches are making flexibility a focal point of their strength and conditioning program — with great results… 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 »

The Recovery Window: How to replenish after workouts

While nutrition choices from breakfast to bedtime play a vital role in athlete health and performance, no time is more critical than immediately after workouts. Only the right mix of macronutrients, electrolytes, and hydration will refuel and replenish the body efficiently.

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Better safe than sorry: Preventing weight room accidents

Thousands of weight room accidents happen every year, but your strength and conditioning program doesn’t have to become part of the problem… more »

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