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Interviews with strength & conditioning coaches.


Re-Tooling the Side Plank

To me, core work should be about ANTI- movement patterns. We want to be in positions where we can brace up and resist the forces of gravity/bands/weights. Exercises like planks (anti-extension) or side planks (anti-lateral flexion) are great ways to teach bracing and to develop the muscular corset we want around the abdomen. These exercises […]

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Rogers Group: USC Highlight Video Series, Part 1

Jim Kielbaso and Kyle Camp, Rogers Group Vice president of Marketing and Product development, sit down to discuss the beginnings of the Rogers Group and Rogers Athletic.  Most people know Rogers Athletic as a leading developer for football practice/training equipment, but throughout this series we’re going to explore everything else they’re a part of. Be […]

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A System for Making Coaching Cues Meaningful and Efficient – Interview with Trainer Mike Robertson

We probably all have a system of coaching cues in place. Most good Coaches and Trainers have a group of specific coaching points for each exercise.  Check out the video below to see how Mike Robertson uses his training system and coaching cues to efficiently educate his clients on the importance of performing quality work. […]

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Interview – Freddie Walker, Asst. Football S&C Coach University of Illinois

Here is an interview with Freddie Walker, Assistant Football Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Illinois.  Freddie stopped back at Total Performance Training Center where he began his career as a Strength and Conditioning Coach, prior to moving onto college. Freddie has now been at Illinois for an entire training year and was […]

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USC Interview with Adam Gentry: Asst. Strength and Conditioning Coach, Olympic Sports University of Pittsburgh

We sat down with Adam Gentry, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach of Olympic Sports at the University of Pittsburgh. Adam has always been a critical thinker. Adam has the opportunity to consistently train his athletes. With this, he enjoys systematically implementing strength training protocols that are progressive over the training year.  Watch below to see […]

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Interview with Director of Strength and Conditioning at Robert Morris University: Todd Hamer

Right now Adam Gentry is the Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach for Olympic Sports at the University of Pittsburg.  He made some time in his rigorous schedule to interview Todd Hamer from Robert Morris University.  Adam is a great student of Strength and Conditioning and constantly creating learning experiences for himself. We rarely make enough time to […]

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