Comparing programs for increasing speed and explosiveness

As the strength and conditioning coach for a high level field-sport team (i.e., soccer, rugby, etc.) the head coach has provided you with 15 minutes after the warm-up twice per week (Tues and Thurs) to give the athletes a workout. The coach specifically states that he wants the athletes to be able to run faster …

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Increased speed in QB with low back pain: Case Study review

One of the challenges with training athletes is working around injuries. Programming is relatively easy when athletes are healthy and able to perform most exercises. However, often athletes get injured, and this may prevent them from being able to perform important basic movements like squatting, deadlifting, and derivatives of each (e.g., jump squats, trap bar …

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