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Ron McKeefery left a comment for Evan Phillips
"Welcome!  SPN is a phenomenal resource for strength and conditioning coaches. David Harris and his team truly provide this resource to help better our profession.    I am excited to connect.  Like SPN, my goal is to help make…"
Apr 2, 2014
Evan Phillips posted a blog post

"Downright Terrible Coaches..."

I just came across a blog post that Eric Cressey wrote three days ago. It is entitled  "7 Random Thoughts on Performance Training." Being written by the one and only Mr. Cressey, it was nothing less than flawless. That being said, one quote really stood out to me. It can be found as number six in the article.…See More
Feb 23, 2014
Evan Phillips commented on Evan Phillips's blog post In-season Lifting
"Jordan- Thank you very much for your comment and praise. I agree with your statements about cardio sports.  Craig- Thank you very much for your comment. Of course the size and age of the athlete must come into consideration, but an athlete who…"
Feb 18, 2014
Craig Cheek commented on Evan Phillips's blog post In-season Lifting
"I would say if your maxes are closer to the 30# end of the spectrum, then your suggestions may have some merit."
Feb 12, 2014
Jordan commented on Evan Phillips's blog post In-season Lifting
"Great post Evan, I agree big time. Also players in cardio intense sports will eventually lose much of those gains over the season, and many of them let that loss continue rather that\n work hard to improve even more next off-season."
Feb 10, 2014
Evan Phillips posted a blog post

In-season Lifting

One of the most overlooked aspects of athletic training is in season training. Athletes in all sports bust their butts to get ready for all aspects of the season, which is all well and good, but what happens when the season gets underway?Too many young athletes lose the edge they worked to gain in the off-season by neglecting weight lifting in heart of the season, a time when lifting may be more important than ever. If you push yourself to the limit to get bigger, faster, and stronger in the…See More
Feb 5, 2014
Evan Phillips posted a blog post

Incorporating fillers

To paraphrase a wise man, a successful workout is only 20% heavy lifting and 80% should be what we call "the other stuff". This aforementioned "wise man" is Westside Barbell owner Louie Simmons. If you have never heard of Louie, do yourself a favor and Google that name before the next time you head to the gym. In short, he knows what he is talking about. His gym, located in Colombus, Ohio is home to five of the most elite, hand selected power lifters and has produced half of the top ten total…See More
Dec 18, 2013
Evan Phillips commented on Evan Phillips's blog post Crossfit Research
"Thank you for your help guys!! I appreciate it"
Dec 13, 2013
JamesOdom commented on Evan Phillips's blog post Crossfit Research
"Here is a story from abc news. May help you narrow down your search in databases.  http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/crossfit-linked-potentially-fatal-condition-rhabdomyolysis-20380676"
Dec 11, 2013
John Mikula commented on Evan Phillips's blog post Crossfit Research
"Here's a link from ACSM and may serve as a starting point for gathering information.  Just remember, no research is the be all and end all, rather, research should point us in the direction of asking better questions to better…"
Dec 10, 2013
JamesOdom commented on Evan Phillips's blog post Crossfit Research
"The NSCA posted recent research. I'm sorry I couldn't find the link but, if you search the site you should find it."
Dec 9, 2013
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Dec 9, 2013
Evan Phillips commented on Dynavision Sports's blog post The Batting Crisis in MLB...
"I think this is the result of an increase in power arms across all of baseball. Coaches and trainers now know more about how to make pitchers throw harder. Gone are the days of runnning poles, making way for more modern scap and rotator cuff work.…"
Dec 9, 2013
Evan Phillips commented on Evan Phillips's blog post No Title
"Mr Guzzo, Thank you for your response and criticism. I really appreciate the helpful comment on my first blog as I hope to improve my posts from here on out. I agree with your suggestion to incorporate traditional barbell and dumbbell exercises into…"
Dec 9, 2013
Joey Guzzo commented on Evan Phillips's blog post No Title
"My question, why can't a program be both? You need build on that foundation that was developed all off-season, a med ball is only going to move so fast as opposed to developing speed and strength with a bar. Why can't a program involve…"
Dec 9, 2013

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Fitchburg State University
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-Internship at Superior Strength and Conditioning
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I am seeking a new job

Evan Phillips's Blog

"Downright Terrible Coaches..."

I just came across a blog post that Eric Cressey wrote three days ago. It is entitled  "7 Random Thoughts on Performance Training." Being written by the one and only Mr. Cressey, it was nothing less than flawless. That being said, one quote really stood out to me. It can be found as number six in the article.…

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Posted on February 18, 2014 at 6:30pm

In-season Lifting

One of the most overlooked aspects of athletic training is in season training. Athletes in all sports bust their butts to get ready for all aspects of the season, which is all well and good, but what happens when the season gets underway?

Too many young athletes lose the edge they worked to gain in the off-season by neglecting weight lifting in heart of the season, a time when lifting may be more important than ever. If you push yourself to the limit to get bigger, faster, and…

Continue

Posted on February 5, 2014 at 9:00pm — 3 Comments

Crossfit Research

I am currently doing a school project on crossfit training.I am researching how this type of training compares to traditional training methods in a sense of results and injury risk. I was just wondering if anyone has come across any research comparing crossfit training to regular personal training. Thanks 

Posted on December 9, 2013 at 12:30pm — 4 Comments

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At 12:10pm on April 2, 2014, Ron McKeefery said…

Welcome!  SPN is a phenomenal resource for strength and conditioning coaches. David Harris and his team truly provide this resource to help better our profession. 

 

I am excited to connect.  Like SPN, my goal is to help make this profession better.  Please let me know if I can be of any assistance to you or your athletes. 

 

In addition to SPN, you can connect with me on my website www.RonMcKeefery.com or any of the social media sites:

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Lastly, I have a couple of resources available for strength coaches you might be interested in:

 

Iron Game Chalk Talk – https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ron-mckeeferys-iron-game-chalk/id734140819?mt=2 weekly podcast interviewing leaders in the Strength and Conditioning Community. 

 

Strength On Demand – www.Strength-OnDemand.com is an online archive of strength and conditioning clinic presentations.

 

Strength Coach Basic Training – www.StrengthCoachBasicTraining.com is an online internship program. 

 

I would encourage you to reach out to David and his team and let them know how much you appreciate their efforts.  Look forward to staying in touch. 

 
 
 

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