Learn to identify proper scenarios for implementation of blood flow restriction (BFR) training for rehabilitation and performance enhancement, and understand indications and precautions for implementing BFR. This session from the NSCA’s 2016 TSAC Annual Training demonstrates proper usage and technique with standard exercises while using BFR.
In this lecture from the NSCA's 2016 Coaches Conference, Caitlin Quinn discusses how to implement simple techniques for creating a disciplined (yet enjoyable) team lifting environment. Quinn talks about how to hold athletes to a high standard of knowledge and movement accountability, how to teach simple physiology to achieve desirable technique, how to instill a level of ownership within each athlete, and how to place a large emphasis on an athlete's mental engagement throughout a lifting session.
CoachesExercise ScienceExercise TechniqueOrganization and AdministrationTeam EnvironmentStrength and ConditioningMovement AccountabilityMental Engagement
Renowned powerlifter, Matt Wenning demonstrates proper form, volume, and muscles required to squat optimally in this session from the 2016 NSCA National Conference. The video includes coaching cues to help you teach squat technique to your athletes.
CoachesExercise TechniqueProgram designSquat TechniqueCoaching QuesSquat OptimallyTeaching Athletes How to Squat
In this hands-on session from the 2020 NSCA Coaches Conference, Sport Science Manager at USA Weightlifting, Dr. Anna Swisher, discusses the technique of the snatch including progressions, regressions, and coaching cues for each part of the movement.
“Five basic training techniques have been producing great results for our clients,” says Mike Bracko in this session from the 2015 NSCA Personal Trainers Conference. Learn how you can help your clients add these five easy performance enhancers to their lives.
Personal trainersExercise TechniqueProgram designExercise TechniquePersonal TrainerFitnessClient ObservationFitness Performance
In this session from the NSCA’s 2016 TSAC Annual Training, Lance Walker identifies current trends in acceleration training for athletics, and discusses ideas for integrating elements of acceleration development into all facets of training.
In this lecture from the NSCA's 2014 Coaches Conference, Mike Robertson talks about corrective exercise and its application. Invoking Gray Cook, Mike defines corrective exercise as "a holistic approach where an assessment is used to determine specific weaknesses and/or limitations of the athlete" - be it aerobic, strength, or agility.