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The New Overload Princple
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Training the Neck (Survey)

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"Be sure to properly train the head and neck muscles of these very hard working ladies. Train the entire unit to prepare them for the rigors of their sport."
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"Ladies, make sure you are training the muscles of your head and neck. Females are atleast 6 times more likely to suffer a concussion then their male counterparts. "
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THE LEDGENDARY PIT BARBELL CLUB TO HOST INDIANA CONCUSSION SUMMIT

Come to Evansville Indiana and Learn the SkillsTOProtect Your Athletes Preparing and Protecting Your Athletes For CompetitionStrengthening the head, neck and surrounding cervical structures is the ONLY organic contingency within our control to prepare individuals to withstand potentially injurious forces.PRIORITY ONEThe most important goal of the strength and conditioning professional is to PRUDENTLY…See More
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Inside the Program: St. Xavier: Offseason development

"I hope Xavier is still training the muscles of the head and neck's of their athletes. Prudently prepare your athletes for the rigors of the competition."
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Radford University, Head Coach
UNCG, Head Coach
West Point, Assistant Coach
University of North Carolina
North Carolina A&T, Director of S&C
Washington Redskins (Assistant Coach assigned to returning NFL Europe) Optimum Fitness LLC Director
Intelligent Exercise, Director/CEO
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West Montgomery High School-Strength Coach
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MS Human Performance/ Health Promotion- Virginia Tech
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Strengthening the head, neck and surrounding cervical structures is the ONLY organic contingency within our control to prepare individuals to withstand potentially…

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The Blacksburg Recreation Center becomes the ONLY Not-for-Profit organization to Start A Concussion Mitigation Program in the USA

The Blacksburg Recreation Center becomes the ONLY Not-for-Profit organization to Start A Concussion Mitigation Program in the USA.

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Coach Dave Barr is the Head Football Coach of the Wahama High School Falcons. Coach Barr understands the importance of protecting his athletes.  Coach Barr…
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IT'S NOT ABOUT THE HELMET (PART TWO)

IT'S NOT ABOUT THE HELMET (PART TWO)

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At 1:57pm on November 8, 2010, Bryon Rizzi said…
Coach,

Thanks for the request. Hope to talk with you soon on some different training ideas. This field is my passion and training athletes like myself is what I want to do. I will have my CSCS this next year. I currently go to The University of Findlay in Findlay Ohio where I will be playing my last college football game this next Saturday and also finishing school this next month too. Thanks for your time and good luck with your research.
At 3:41pm on October 15, 2010, Daniel Bristo said…
Just trying to get to know the people that i have as friends on here. background, areas of intrest, stuff like that.
thanks
At 2:15pm on October 15, 2010, Daniel Bristo said…
Ok. now that we are friends, who am i friends with?
At 2:14pm on September 13, 2010, Michael Lawrence said…
Coach,

Enjoyed the material related to your situation and the emphasis you place on protecting the neck. I was involved in a similar situation Always comforting to know that others are attempting to provide sensible training advice. Keep up the good work regarding your research.
At 11:13am on August 16, 2010, Matt Taylor said…
Thank you for the comment. Yes we train the neck 3 days a week. Day 1 Front and Back. Day 2 4-Way neck, and Day 3 R/L neck. We do regular reps and Iso movments.
At 8:56am on July 22, 2010, Daniel Stone said…
Ralph,

Thanks for the article information. Good stuff.
At 7:00pm on July 11, 2010, ted rendinell said…
Ditto on the neck. I personally loved the Nautilus 4 way neck
At 10:54am on July 10, 2010, Rashid Lowe said…
Hey Coach,

I love the way you emphasize the training of the neck. There are too many injury's that can be prevented with simple exercises. I train our athletes necks at least twice a week and we do neck warmups every practice. I truly believe in it. I have seen a great many a weight room(s) with only one neck station or no equipment to train the neck. Millions of dollars are being spent on state of the art weight facilities. The SAC coaches should try to section off one area of their weight room for head and neck exercises. Good luck with your research and PLEASE keep repeating "Train the neck". Some of us are listening! You should have a t-shirt made up! LOL Have a good one!
At 1:03am on March 15, 2010, Jenny Bradford said…
thank you for the request! hows training going?
At 2:33am on October 5, 2009, Tommy Heffernan said…
Good luck with your research. If possible can you let me know the results of your study. Aloha.
 
 
 

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