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Plyometrics: Progressing to Advanced Skill and Intensity

To build on our previous plyometric video, here we discuss some coaching tips that may be extremely important for progressing to more intense plyometric exercises.  If you saw the last video, you should notice the progression from those beginning plyometrics to these more advanced exercises. Hopefully these videos allow reflection for whether we’re using the […]

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Important Coaching Tips and Principles for Beginning Plyometrics

Buy Msj Valium Online Uk Plyometrics have been implemented for decades and still there there are some common misconceptions about what they are and what sort of benefit you may be able to get from them.  Jim and Adam go over some basic concepts and coaching points for beginning plyometrics. If this is something that you are interested in doing […]

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Acceleration Mechanics and Coaching Points – Jim Kielbaso

http://nancynorthcott.jim-mcdonald.net/tag/dark-heroes/feed/ The ability to accelerate is one of the most important physical attributes an athlete can have.  Acceleration has been shown to highly correlate to on-field success, so it’s important that strength and conditioning professionals learn how to develop this ability.  In this video, Jim Kielbaso teaches the fundamental principles of acceleration mechanics in a way […]

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12-Weeks to Cardiovascular Health: Part 1

By Fred Fornicola www.premierepersonalfitness.com Getting Ready – An Overall Look When it comes to improving cardiovascular health, many people tend to “wait till tomorrow” and somehow, tomorrow never comes.Many fail to realize the value and importance of improving their cardiovascular/cardiorespiratory systems through direct aerobic and anaerobic type training and therefore, don’t fulfill their overall fitness […]

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Box Jump Technique, Landing & Progression – Kevin McCadam: WVU

Some of the S & C Coaches at West Virginia University have created a new site called www.PushTheGround.com, and they have already posted a lot of great training information. This is an instructional video on Box Jumps that has a lot of good information for anyone thinking about using them in a program. There are […]

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Iowa Football Speed Training: Training to Compete – Chris Doyle

In this brief, but informative video, Coach Doyle introduces the concept of reactive training as a part of a speed development program. He uses both pre-determined patterns and reactive drills in his program. The reactive drills introduce competition into the training program which will ultimately increase the intensity at which most athletes will train. You […]

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Vertical Jump Con Artists – Alan Stein

www.StrongerTeam.com Whether reading a hoops magazine or visiting a basketball website, I am constantly bombarded with advertisements for vertical jump programs; created by guys claiming to be experts at improving a player’s explosiveness and athletic ability. I rarely know who any of these guys are yet they claim to be industry experts; all of which […]

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Are Power Cleans an Efficient Use of Our Time? – Jim Kielbaso

There is a great deal anecdotal evidence and personal experience that comes into play when strength and conditioning coaches select strength training exercises, speed drills or conditioning routines. The risk vs. reward scale is a great place to start, but not the only factor that should be considered. As a professional, I believe it is […]

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Field Hockey Conditioning Part 2

Fred Fornicola www.premierepersonalfitness.com Phase 2 3 Weeks You should easily be running a 10-minute mile average by now so the purpose of Phase 2 is to push your aerobic capacity and improve your time/distance with each of your runs.Phase 2 has you working up to running on consecutive days.This will help you get passed the […]

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Field Hockey Conditioning Part 3

Fred Fornicola www.premierepersonalfitness.com Phase 4 3 Weeks Phase 4 brings you into the home stretch for preparation for field hockey season.This phase is important in that you build the ability to handle a volume of intense work.Keep in mind that all sprints, regardless of the distance, should be performed with an all-out effort.Sprint distances should […]

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Field Hockey Conditioning Part 1

By Fred Fornicola www.premierepersonalfitness.com Getting Ready for Field Hockey: An Overall Look Being prepared for field hockey season is not something you do a few weeks before the season starts.Getting stronger, improving your level of play and being in field hockey condition is not something you can cram for like an exam, it takes time, […]

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