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Henley Sports Performance
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Providing resources, articles, and ideas for strength & conditioning professionals and athletes at www.HenleySP.com

Working to spread knowledge and learn from others.
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Houston Astros - Minor League Strength Coach
Fischer Sports - Sports Performance Intern
Coconino High School - Strength & Conditioning Coach for Boy's Basketball
Speed Development Specialist
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CSCS
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Developing a Proper Warm-Up

“If it’s important, do it every day.” – Dan Gable
I first heard (or I should say read) that quote in Dan John’s book Never Let Go. I recently read through it and found it very enjoyable and a great resource for coaches. On several occasions, John mentions this quote as his rationale for his warm-ups (in which he utilizes a variety of complexes and technical lifts to make sure there is enough repetition), which made me look over my own warm-up philosophy. First, I agree…
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Posted on March 27, 2012 at 5:26pm

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Posted on January 15, 2012 at 10:46pm

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At 11:51am on December 19, 2011, Tommy Lee Barnes Jr. said…

University of Tennessee Strength Clinic                   March 2nd and 3rd, 2012

The University of Tennessee would like to invite you and your colleagues to the 29th annual Strength and Conditioning Clinic held on March 2nd and 3rd, 2012. Our staff is extremely excited about the line-up of guest speakers and sponsors we have put together. This opportunity will be a great experience for all coaches to gain knowledge in the field of Strength and Conditioning. Be sure to look at the brochure we have attached which will give specific details such as; speaker line up, registration form, cost, travel, hotels, and more. 

Guest speakers for the clinic will include:

Doug Davis – Kent State, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach

Duane Carlisle – Purdue University, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach

Ron Mckeefery – Tennessee, Director of Strength & Conditioning

Joe Kenn – Carolina Panthers, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach

Rich Lansky – Optimum Performance Training – Owner

Robert Dos Remedios – College of the Canyons, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach

Loren Seagrave – IMG Performance Institute – Director of Speed and Development

Gray Cook – Functional Movement Systems – Founder

Rob Taylor – Gordon Institute/Smarter Team Training – Director of Sports Performance/Founder

Ethan Reeve – Wake Forest University – Director of Strength & Conditioning   

For more information, the ability to register online, and the opportunity to interact with our staff please visit; https://tennesseesportcamps.com/strengthandconditioning/. We look forward to seeing you in Tennessee next year!

 
 
 

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