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New Analysis: How Do You Improve the Transfer of Force?
Once or twice a year, coaches get a chance to look back and reflect on their training program with the goal of evaluating its effectiveness. By consistently assessing and tracking this data, we are able to see what worked (to…
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Why Sports Medicine and Strength and Conditioning Need to Align
I recently had a conversation with a Strength and Conditioning Coach where he stressed the importance of getting support from his Sports Medicine staff. While in most organizations the Performance and Medical staffs work closely, there is a growing realization…
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Year in Review: Top Articles of 2016
This time of year coaches often get a chance to review their program to see what worked and what didn’t, as well as design new programs for the coming year. With this in mind we wanted to look back at…
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Guest Post: Houston’s Jason Russell, “No Matter Your Philosophy, the Goal is Movement Efficiency”
This week’s guest post is another article from Jason Russell, Assistant Director for Sports Performance at the University of Houston. Jason’s previous post entitled “Using the Force Plate: Don’t Lose Your Way,” can be found here. Jason is currently in his third…
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Master the Fundamentals: A Plea to Simplify Nutritional Recommendations
Generally speaking, athletes don’t sleep enough, athletes don’t eat enough, athletes don’t train enough, and athletes practice too much. This isn’t always true, and yes there are exceptions. However we have seen both first hand as coaches and second hand through…
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Understanding Predictive Models; There Are Never Any Guarantees
When people start discussing predictive analytics, conversations can quickly get vague and cryptic. Anyone can make outrageous claims out of context based on limited information, and back it up with a series of references and big words. Understanding what predictive actually…
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Guest Post: Houston’s Jason Russell, “Using the Force Plate: Don’t Lose Your Way”
This week’s guest post comes from Jason Russell, Assistant Director for Sports Performance at the University of Houston. Jason is currently in his third year at UH working with Men’s and Women’s Basketball and has worked previously at Cal, La Tech,…
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Research and Statistics 101 for the Strength Coach, Part II
Image from https://exercisesciences.byu.edu/ In Part I of this series, we discussed the different things to look for in the design and methods of a research study to make sure you are looking at quality research (SpartaPoint).…
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Research and Statistics 101 for the Strength Coach, Part I
With the internet came the amazing ability to share ideas across the world in a split second. Researchers and scientists are now able to collaborate much easier and advances in technology and science have benefited greatly.  However, this access of…
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The Myth of Programming Variety; Instead, Do Less Better
When designing a training program for an athlete or team, there are many different things to consider: training history, injury history, sport and position, athlete needs, and availability of training are just a few of the variables that must be…
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