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Dynamic Warm-Ups for the Land-Based Athlete

August 24, 2018

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One way to potentially lower an athlete’s susceptibility to injury is a proper warm-up protocol. Warm-ups can potentially aid in injury prevention as a result of optimized movement preparation, and it can also reduce muscle soreness and improve performance.

Coaches Program design Dynamic Warm-Ups Static Stretching Static vs Dynamic Stretching Programming Warm-Ups

Tennis

May 7, 2021

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This short excerpt from Developing the Core details the importance of training the core musculature in tennis athletes.

Personal trainers Coaches Program design Core Tennis Kinetic Chain Rotational Movements Flexibility

What Coaches Need to Know About the NSCA Position Statement on Long-Term Athletic Development

July 1, 2014

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It is incumbent on all youth coaches to provide youth with the very best opportunities to succeed and develop to the best of their potential. The 10 pillars of long-term athletic development and recommendations provide coaches with the information they need to help all youth reach their potential.

Coaches Program design Organization and Administration guidelines for youth strength training youth training long-term athletic development LTAD

Physical Training Considerations for Ice Hockey

July 1, 2013

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In order to effectively prepare an ice hockey player for the season, it is necessary to have a thorough understanding of the specific demands of the sport.

Coaches Program design demands of ice hockey sports training programs ice training

Take Rotational Training to the Next Level

July 1, 2014

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This article explains what rotational suspension bodyweight training is and how it is different from traditional suspension bodyweight training.

Coaches Exercise Technique Program design core training exercises exercises for the core Rotational training

Kids Must Strength Train – A Call to Action

November 6, 2020

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This article discusses the impact and importance of resistance training with kids on their mental and physiological health and well-being.

Personal trainers Exercise Science Program design Resistance Training Youth Athleticism SAID Principle Motor Development

Reframing Inflammation in the Tendon Repair Process

November 1, 2015

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Contrary to popular belief, inflammation is the first stage in tissue repair, and it should be viewed and treated as such. This article will explain the physiological process of tendon tissue repair and compare the effects of various responses to tendonitis.

Coaches Exercise Science Program design Safety tendons and muscles sports injuries tendon repair inflammation tendon injuries

Case Study: Are Outdated Weight Training Techniques Increasing Your Child’s Injury Risks?

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Castle View High School Strength and Conditioning Coach says science is leading to safer training methods being used in high school weight rooms.

Roles of Athletic Trainers and Strength and Conditioning Coaches

May 4, 2015

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Two of the key people that an injured athlete will communicate with are the strength and conditioning coach and the athletic trainer. This article examines the roles of these two professionals in directing an athlete from an injury through the complete rehabilitation program and back to full participation in their sport.

Coaches Program design Organization and Administration Athletic Trainer Strength and Conditioning Coach Role of Athletic Trainer Strength Coach hs-coaching

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