Coaching

07 May How To Program For Training On a Budget: Insight From a College Wrestling Strength Coach

How To Program For Training On a Budget: Insight from a College Wrestling Strength Coach   Life’s not fair. Plain and simple. But taking the back seat and weeping about one’s petty struggles is for the fragile man. In a collegiate setting the major three (football, basketball, baseball)...

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22 Aug The Value of Buddy Drills – A Lesson From Beginner Level Wrestling

The Value of Buddy Drills - A Lesson from Beginner Level Wrestling      This is a guest post from my friend Nick Knowles. Nick is a former  Division 1 wrestler who's accomplishments include: NCAA Division 1 National Championships qualifier, east regional conferenece champion, all-american (runner-up) at NCWA national championships. He...

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13 May Elitefts article – Jump With A Purpose

Jump With A Purpose Originally Posted on Elitefts May 13 2013 - http://articles.elitefts.com/training-articles/jump-with-a-purpose/     [caption id="attachment_662" align="alignleft" width="431"] © Jimsphotos | Dreamstime Stock Photos & Stock Free Images[/caption] Plyometrics—has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? The coaches who popularized them here in the west thought the same thing....

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19 Apr Should Athletes Deadlift? Part 1

Should Athletes Deadlift? Part 1   [caption id="attachment_642" align="alignleft" width="384"] http://www.flickr.com/photos/everydaypants/5112015200/[/caption] Although this post is geared towards athletes who participate in team sports, recreational lifters may be able to learn something from this as it pertains as to how the deadlift is misused and how deadlift training is...

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