Lower Crossed Syndrome and Antagonistically Facilitated Movemement Training

I've often dealt with an uncomfortable feeling that some of the things we do as strength & conditioning coaches don't necessarily have the "transfer" we believe it should when it comes to improving athletic movement. I have a strong faith however, that a fundamental quality like strength gained in the weight room is something that can … Continue reading Lower Crossed Syndrome and Antagonistically Facilitated Movemement Training

Power Output as an Objective Measurable in Collegiate Strength & Conditioning

In college strength & conditioning, it can be challenging at times to come up with objective measurables that we can use to track the progress of our student-athletes over the course of a semester or season. I have seen and spoke with other coaches about using movement screens, rep max calculators, calisthenic rep-efforts, conditioning tests, … Continue reading Power Output as an Objective Measurable in Collegiate Strength & Conditioning

Overload Exercises for Variable Body Types and Segment Lengths

I have the good fortune as a college strength and conditioning coach to work with Women's Basketball. What do I love about working with this population? We train almost all year long. They are well disciplined and hardworking. I have them five days per week in the summer. The best part however, is an opportunity I saw … Continue reading Overload Exercises for Variable Body Types and Segment Lengths