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A Strength Coach's Lie: Tracking Yourself to Death

“You can’t improve what you don’t measure.”

It’s a classic quote – and let me premise the article by saying that there is a lot of truth in that statement. However, it is not absolute truth.

Strength coaches hear about the principle of tracking and measuring a lot. Blogs and podcasts mention how coaches should be tracking staff performance through managerial assessments. Many directors of strength programs spend time developing and recording on…


Posted on September 26, 2017 at 10:00am

Strength and Conditioning Networking 101

As a professional Strength and Conditioning Coach, how many jobs have you applied for and not even made it past the first cut?

You have 5 years of full-time experience, your master’s degree, and worked with many high caliber athletic programs only to get left out of the interview process for a job that you meet the requirements for. You could be on the other side of the coin as well. An undergraduate intern looking for more opportunities to learn or find that graduate assistant…


Posted on September 21, 2017 at 10:13am

The Case for Lifting 3x per Week (Instead of 4x)

In the past few months, there has been a strong argument put out for lifting less during the week for offseason training. Normal logic has the majority of coaches opting for the 4x per week method: More lifting with sufficient rest = bigger gains. However, two leaders in the S&C field - with a lot of success to their names - have strongly advocated for reexamining why we train our athletes in the weight room that one extra day.

Recently, Training and Conditioning Magazine…


Posted on December 17, 2015 at 12:30pm

Why the Weight Room is the Ultimate Team Sport

It's an endless debate: What is the ultimate team sport? For years, each sport has made its case by framing the many areas in which a team can succeed - and fail - based on the whole team's performance.

There is no reason to mince words: The weight room is the ultimate team sport.

Here are a few reasons why:

1. The Weight Room Doesn't Care How Talented an Athlete Is

Of all the characteristics that help athletes become great during…


Posted on December 7, 2015 at 7:11pm

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At 9:22am on April 4, 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 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 – weekly podcast interviewing leaders in the Strength and Conditioning Community. 


Strength On Demand – is an online archive of strength and conditioning clinic presentations.


Strength Coach Basic Training – 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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