Keep it Simple: Progression Methodology for Designing EMS Programs
    This article provides simple ideas and examples that the TSAC-F can adapt and apply to simplify their programming process while still progressing their tactical athletes.
    Best Business Practices - Personal Training
    Three top personal trainers—Juan Carlos Santana, Robert Linkul, and Chat Williams—discuss “best practices” in the profession of personal training.
    Development of Biomotor Abilities for Soccer
    Gain insight into the interactions between strength, power, speed, and agility for soccer players. Also, learn basic programing guidelines that adhere to current research.
    Reintegration Considerations for Tactical Athletes
    From a strength and conditioning perspective, how should a tactical athlete be reintegrated when they return to a kinetically operational workplace after time away?
    Optimizing Athletic Performance—Are Carbohydrates Necessary?
    Before sports nutritionists and coaches begin prescribing unconventional eating recommendations to athletes, it is important to consider the scientific evidence supporting a low-carbohydrate diet for boosting athletic performance.
    Land-Based Strength and Conditioning for Swimming
    Incorporating land-based strength and conditioning into a training regimen can give a swimmer a competitive edge. As with every sport, there are sport-specific exercises the athlete should perform in order to mimic the specific sport movement they are trying to improve.
    Football-Specific Speed Drills
    This article presents two football-specific speed drills in detail—the single-leg box explosion and the mountain climber.
    A SWOT Analysis of the Scope of Practice for Personal Trainers
    Optimize quality of care and mitigate potential litigation in your personal training practice through a clear understanding of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) of personal training.
    Is Live High/Train Low the Ultimate Endurance Training Model?
    Live high/train low: what changes can be expected, what dose is required, and is it preferable to other training models for improving performance in endurance sports such as running, swimming, and cycling?
    Ruck-Based Selection Training
    Training to move heavy weight over a distance presents the participant with a unique set of physical challenges not typically seen in other training programs. However, there is a greater risk for injuries if appropriate training is not engaged in prior to the event.