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Flashback Friday, The 2015 Seminar, Andrew Althoff- Baylor Performance: Past, Present, and Future

“The Present, this is where we are at, The Wizard of Oz. What I’m going to show you guys this is what we actually do. No smoke, no mirrors. It’s going to be really clean and simple, and you’re probably going to be underwhelmed, but we try to keep it really simple and really clean […]

Throwback Thursday- Podcast From 2012 with UAC’s Yosef Johnson

This Throwback Thursday is a follow up with Yosef Johnson talking about his article on precision, what it is to him and how important it truly is in the program. He also gives his insite on some of my idea’s about it and gives us a sneak peak as to what’s to come from Ultimate Athlete Concepts […]

Episode 134-Chris McCormick, Gardner-Webb University-Sunshine and Rainbows on Social Media May Be More Clouds and Dirt in Reality

“A lot of the time, you could win a lot of games and there may not be any impact from strength and conditioning.You might see them one time a week in the in season, but they go undefeated in conference play. OR, we know strength coaches that do an awesome job and then they don’t […]

My Thoughts Monday #31-Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond-What We Say We Do May Corner Us

“So that would be like saying, ‘Team X last year had 7 ACL injuries, Team X this year only had 2. Does that mean that the strength coach did a better job with this team this year or the team last year? What if the team last year, even though they had more than triple […]

Flashback Friday, The 2015 Seminar: Dr. Mike Gentry, Virginia Tech-Building a Winning Strength and Conditioning Program

Dr. Mike Gentry joined us for the 2015 Edition of The Seminar and shared with us every aspect of his training program at Virginia Tech. Dr. Gentry shared with us, not just the what’s and why’s to their program, but actually showed us video examples of how he trained the Hokies. Dr. Gentry was a […]

THROWBACK THURSDAY: VIDEO INTERVIEW WITH 2015 PRESENTER, DR. BEN PETERSON

Today’s Throwback Thursday is an awesome video podcast with 2015 Presenter Dr. Ben Peterson. During our discussion Ben dives into monitoring, ways we can make it more efficient, and the things that he looks at when discussing monitoring with teams. Every talk I get to have with him is always enlightening, so I really hope […]

Episode 133-Scott Salwasser- Texas Tech- Prepare The Athlete For Where They Need To Be, Not Where Your Progression Says To Be

“I think that’s really where our profession is going, is you’ve got to have a grasp of the sport. That’s not to say that general means aren’t important. Just lifting weights, heavy squats, heavy deadlifts. That’s not to say that that’s not important, but I think that now, to be really great you’ve got to […]

My Thoughts Monday #30-Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond- Who’s Fault Is It?

“Understanding what your specific skill set is and what you can provide for someone is one thing, but if they don’t understand it and they don’t understand: A) what the skill set is, or B) how it can be of value, how is it any way shape or form their fault when they look at […]

Flashback Friday, 2014-Henk Kraaijenhof- Improving Sprinting Speed The three phases of the race, how to train for them, and case studies for these situations

“Train as much as necessary, not as much as possible” The 2014 Edition of The Seminar brought Henk’s return to The Seminar. In his second stint in RVA Henk breaks down what many coaches know him for, improving speed. Henk starts out discussing why sprinting is the toughest competition in the world, and why sprinting […]

The Drew Review: 1776 by David McCullough

“The year 1776 is over. I am heartily glad of it and I hope you nor America will ever be plagued with such another.”– Robert Morris I have always been fascinated with American history and in particular the Revolutionary War period. 1776 is an incredible depiction of what life in America (particularly in the states […]

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