"Starrett's book ("Supple Leopard") is out next week. If memory serves, he was working on movement screens- and other diagnostic tools- for the book. Not sure what made it and what didn't, but it's out next week."
"Yeah, good luck- They are few and far between in Canada.
Established, well-governed high-school S&C programs in the States are better equipped, trained, and prepared than most University programs in Canada. I know UCalgary's varsity room…"
"Wait.... People actually thought a guy who had serious cancer, then won 7 straight Tours over a bunch of elite cyclists that kept getting convicted of doping was clean?
I guess "in the minority" means "thinking rationally" in…"
"Agree with Thomas- Doping is a standard tool at the pinnacle of cycling. A simple google for riders either implicated/investigated (who testified for immunity/lesser penalties) or who were outright found to be doping reads as a "who's…"
"The only problem with Louie's cert is that it doesn't yet carry the weight of the CSCS or its competitors. Everyone who begins to study for it (as I have) knows its a tough cert that requires you to know your stuff, but unless you- and the…"
Sorry about the assumptions- I saw "student" on your profile and assumed you were a current athlete transitioning into S&C coaching. Between you and Clete, I could have really shortened the rationale for my opinions.…"
I believe for most of our critique, we're on the same page; what you see as an elevation of the traps, I describe as not drawing back the scapula/upper girdle, which I call being "tight" and which occurs after the basic setup…"
"Glenn has always made quality gear; the partnership with MuscleDriver has only strengthened that.
As Scott says, his Elite series is amazing- There are many who argue that his top-end stuff is beginning to creep up on high-end (Eleiko/Werk-San)…"
LOL- I would hope that here, in this place of professionals, people can have a mature internet discussion without devolving into stupidities.
Yes, there's a slight hitch in the front end of the lift (Mallory, you start the hips a…"
"The bar is fine- with high-level athletes who lift often, body-bar distance (within reason) is a matter of style, not form.
Even if you're off, the inch or two won't make a difference. Now, go pick more weight. :-)"
#NSCAhockey17 is coming soon. Inside look at some of the great content at last year's event with Justin Roethlingshoefer breaking down GPS and heart rate tech to identify and adjust loads for in-season training to keep players fit, healthy,…