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One common thread that provides an advantage for all soccer players at any position is to be faster than the opponent. Incorporate these drills into your next speed session.
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In this career series article, Coach McHenry provides a path for education, certification, knowledge, and networking essential to excelling as a successful high school strength and conditioning coach.
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NSCA experts answer your FAQs. Today, we look to Mark Watts, Cal Dietz, Gary Schofield, and Eric Reed to answer the question, “How has the NSCA helped you in your career? (Coaching)”
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Coach Travis Brown, CSCS, *D, Sports Performance Coach, Rapid Sports Performance