High school athletes are injured at an alarming rate, and if you dig into the statistics you realize the majority of these injuries are in three common areas:Read More >
There's about a thousand and one ways you can plan your speed and agility training: ladders, cones, grids, build up sprints, plyometrics, etc. But how can you be sure that all the time you're investing in off-season speed and agility training is actually paying off?Read More >
This three part series addresses the specific goals of each phase and how an effective high school level coach should program in order to provide their athletes with a comprehensive and effective off-season regimen.Read More >
Time moves quite fast, doesn’t it!? In fact it moves at 60 minutes per hour and as a coach it probably seems like there simply isn't enough to get everything done in a day: managing work schedules, practice plans, athlete's individual needs, programming workouts, cleaning the gym, personal stuff, and the list could go to the bottom of this page but you get the point.
Every minute counts.
In this article I’ll point out 7 things that will save you time and help you more efficiently deliver your program to your athletes.Read More >