Sport-Specific Training for a Competitive Freestyle Sprint Swimmer
    This article outlines a sport-specific strength training program for freestyle sprint swimmers. It also includes illustrations of specific exercises.
    How to Incorporate Eccentric Training into a Resistance Training Program
    This article examines the science of eccentric training and extends this science by focusing on practical recommendations. Suggested progressions are provided depending on training background along with case study scenarios.
    The Back Squat: A Proposed Assessment of Functional Deficits and Technical Factors that Limit Performance
    This article describes common functional deficits during back squat performance known to increase injury risk during training and dynamic sport.
    A High School Weight Training Curriculum Model
    Coaches serve an important role as teachers in physical education and movement, which is often overlooked by administrators. This article provides an example of a good curriculum model.
    Understanding Deceleration in Sport
    This article gives the personal trainer a deeper understanding of the vital skill of deceleration which is important for anyone from elite athletes to the elderly.
    Does Cardio After an Overnight Fast Maximize Fat Loss?
    This article looks at the common strategy of exercising on an empty stomach to increase fat loss and reviews current research regarding the effectiveness of this popular trend.
    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.
    A Primer on Weightlifting: From Sport to Sports Training
    Dynamic correspondence is extremely important for sports performance. Discover why weightlifting training methods are important to improvement in other strength and power sports.
    Strength Conditioning: Developing Your Teaching Technique
    This article examines some of the key principles of learning and how the personal trainer can best employ them to develop his or her teaching technique.
    Considerations for Decreasing Injury Risk during Physical Training
    The purpose of this article is to provide suggestions for professional practices that will decrease the risk of injury during physical conditioning and promote a safe and productive training environment.