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Glenn Cain
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College Coach
Name of School, Team or Business
Rutgers University
Job Title
Director of Women's Basketball Strength & Conditioning
Current Job Description
Handle all aspects of Strength & Conditioning for the Scarlet Knight Women.
Past Job Experience
Men's Basketball Athletic Performance Coach: University of New Mexico
Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach: University of Kansas
Strength & Conditioning/Fitness Center Coordinator: Frostburg State University
Strength & Conditioning Assistant: University of Connecticut
Graduate Assistant: Springfield College
Intern: University of Kansas
Intern: Rutgers
Intern: Bristol Meyers Squibb Center for Health & Fitness
Springfield College: M.Ed., Strength & Conditioning
Gettysburg College: Bachelor of Arts in Health Sciences

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Perfect Programming?

I often get asked, "what's the BEST strength & conditioning program for a (insert sport) player to follow?" My answer remains the same: It is nearly impossible to create ANY program of quality let alone a “perfect” program for someone (especially someone you've never met).  In order to do such a thing you need to know that person’s individual history: What are the athlete’s physical limitations?  Is he/she hyper-mobile and lacking stability or overly stiff and lacking mobility? (I'm starting to dislike the term 'mobility' but that's for another time and place).  What about muscle imbalances or previous injuries? Surgery?  What training equipment does the athlete have access to and how often does he/she have access to it?  What is the athlete's schedule?  Does he/she train early in the morning, late at night, directly before or after practice? Does the athlete also have a job?  What kind of job?  Is the athlete a visual learner or more of an analytical person? What motivates…


Posted on February 21, 2017 at 12:06pm

Tools in the Toolbox

I think it is safe to say that no one method of training is the absolute best. If that were the case, everyone would be utilizing the same method. I prefer the approach that each training philosophy is unique and should be treated as such. Whether it is Plyometric, High Intensity, Westside, Olympic, Functional, Strongman, Martial Arts, Bodybuilding, etc… (the list goes on and on) – it is my belief that each system has merit and thus has its place within the training regimen. The key, however, is to be knowledgeable enough so that you know how and when to (and more importantly when not to) utilize each of these “tools.” Training should be more than a chaotic mix of random exercises only designed to make the athlete sweat and breathe heavily – anybody can do that. Simply observing an exercise cannot serve as validation for inclusion into a program. I guess what I am trying to say is that there should be some method to the madness.

Using the analogy of tools in a toolbox, if I… Continue

Posted on February 24, 2009 at 1:09am

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At 4:42pm on June 4, 2009, aimee pardington said…
Hey Glenn, good to hear from you. Things are going well up here, summers are busier than ever! How are things with you?
At 12:36pm on May 20, 2009, Brady Holt said…
Hey Glenn,
Things have been going well. The conference was a huge success based on the positive feedback that we got from everyone. We will be having another one next year and have already started planning. How is everything going for you? Anything new in your world?
At 6:42pm on January 30, 2009, Michael J. Brown said…
Thanks for the heads up about this site. I've already enjoyed some of the video's. The SC one is great.
Best of luck on your independent studies...see you in April.

Give MJ my regards...
Michael aka "spider"
At 11:00am on January 13, 2009, Corey said…
Good to see you at the conference, and thanks for having me to your party it was fun keep in touch


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