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This group is for H.S coaches and College Coaches to talk and share whats important in High School strength & Conditioning

Members: 334
Latest Activity: Mar 21


Video Tour of the West Fargo High School Weight Room. High School is located in West Fargo, ND. Strength Coach Tim Urich.

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Equipment for Sale

Started by Tony Nov 16, 2016.

OWN YOUR WEIGHT ROOM

Started by Coach Sam Keator Sep 28, 2016.

Keeping H.S. athletes motivated in the weight room during in-season training. 14 Replies

Started by Dustin W. Meyers. Last reply by Coach Sam Keator Sep 22, 2016.

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Comment by Drew Henley on March 13, 2012 at 8:43pm

New post up on HenleySP.com - Find the Strength http://goo.gl/lFnze when the effort is lacking for you or your athletes. Must read for coaches

Comment by Rob Kirkland on March 3, 2012 at 12:14pm
My wife just got a job in Ashburn Va so we'll be relocating soon. Anybody know of possible coaching opportunities the area? Thanks!
Comment by Drew Henley on February 29, 2012 at 8:06pm

New post on HenleySP - Training for Power Part 2. Effective alternatives to Olympic Lifts http://goo.gl/PqjpA

Comment by Dan Gorman on February 18, 2012 at 10:48am
All 7-12 grade athletes welcome and will receive weight room and turf instruction from UT coaching staff!
Register for the 29th Annual Strength and Conditioning Clinic for Coaches and Athletes at www.tennesseesportcamps.com. Two day Coaches Clinic and One Day Athletes Camp.
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Comment by Drew Henley on February 16, 2012 at 7:36pm

Joe, USAW offers a great certification workshop to teach the olympic lifts. Basically, work from top to bottom. Overhead squats (if you ever plan on them doing an overhead press/jerk/snatch), Front squats, cleans from the power position, from above the knees, below the knees, then from the floor. It's important to separate the first pull (from the floor) and second pull (from the power position) to develop maximum power.

I hope that helps

Comment by Drew Henley on February 16, 2012 at 7:33pm

New Post on HenleySP.com - Training for Power Part 1. http://goo.gl/xR9PJ 

Comment by Joe Lopez on February 6, 2012 at 1:57pm

How does everyone teach clean's ?  Which sports do you have doing full power cleans?

Comment by Larry Warnock. LMT on January 30, 2012 at 11:56am

and if there are trigger points...which PT's don't check, then it will not be possible to either stretch nor strengthen...waste of $$

Comment by Drew Henley on January 30, 2012 at 11:50am

Introducing Dr. E and www.themanualtherapist.comhttp://goo.gl/zeFsl who has now partnered with www.henleysp.com!

Comment by Drew Henley on January 25, 2012 at 11:04pm

New Post up on Henley Sports Performance - Training the Core. http://goo.gl/5bEzH 10 great core exercises for athletes. 

 

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Discussion Forum

Equipment for Sale

Started by Tony Nov 16, 2016.

OWN YOUR WEIGHT ROOM

Started by Coach Sam Keator Sep 28, 2016.

Football Conditioning 2 Replies

Started by Dustin W. Meyers. Last reply by Colin Roberts,MS, CSCS, USAW Jun 27, 2012.

Basketball strength 1 Reply

Started by Mark Cerrone. Last reply by Jeff Rothstein Jun 4, 2012.

High School Lifting Development Program 4 Replies

Started by Tad DePorter. Last reply by Adam Jaimez Sep 24, 2015.

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