If You Do Not Train The Muscles Of The Head And Neck Do Not Expect Them To Grow
An article describing the olympic movements from Vmax acceleration, to catching the bar in the full squat position
Added by Neil Dougan on December 5, 2013 at 8:55am — No Comments
Hey there guys I am in search of helpful programs that will help assist in my business. Does anyone know of any good software/programs out there that don't have a monthly fee and will help with scheduling and strength and conditioning planning? Any advise would be helpful, I have exhausted all efforts in searching. Thank you all ahead of time for the help.
Added by Chris Hebensperger on May 8, 2012 at 11:36am — No Comments
Blog post via AnthonyMychal.com:
A sad part of the human psyche, largely ingrained from public schooling, is failing to take initiative. Not to go all Seth Godin, but look at the newspaper clipping sitting to the left. There’s a good chance that someone noticed this misprint. But it wasn’t corrected. Printers print. Editors edit. It’s not a Printers job to be an…Continue
Added by Strength Performance on March 12, 2012 at 12:36pm — No Comments
Here it is "selection Sunday" for the NCAA BB Tourney. Dr. Frank Splitt has a thoughtful article titled "Academically Adrift in a Sea of Sports and Mediocrity" at www.thedrakegrooup.org. Click on Splitt Essays on the top panel to read the article. I'd be interested in comments and the influence of this "culture" on strength and conditioning programs at our "institutions of higher education."
Added by John Weatherly on March 11, 2012 at 4:53pm — No Comments
SPN would like to congratulate the New York Giant's Super Bowl winning strength and conditioning coaching staff, Jerry Palmieri and Markus Paul. Get to know each coach by reading their bios as posted on Giants.com:
Added by Strength Performance on February 6, 2012 at 9:24am — No Comments
You started off lifting weights in high school, correct? What got you started as a weightlifter and what did you enjoy so much about it?
Well, I wanted to gain weight to play football. I always was a skinny kid. A fellow in class lifted – I…Continue
LOS ANGELES -- The USC Trojans got back to work this week with winter offseason conditioning efforts under the direction of strength and conditioning coach Aaron Ausmus. Over the next two months, Ausmus will be in charge of getting the team ready for 2012 spring practice, and WeAreSC sat down with Ausmus to…Continue
Added by Strength Performance on January 14, 2012 at 12:23pm — No Comments
News Update from UCLABruins.com
Jan. 9, 2012
UCLA Head Football Coach Jim Mora today announced the hiring of two additional assistant coaches: Eric Yarber as Wide Receivers Coach and Sal Alosi as Coordinator of Strength and Conditioning -…Continue
Utah State Athletics website reports:
Jan. 6, 2012
LOGAN, Utah - Utah State University Director of Athletics Scott Barnes announced Friday the largest gift in the history of Aggie Athletics - a lead gift of $4.5 million from a donor who wishes to remain anonymous - to fund a new…Continue
Added by Strength Performance on January 6, 2012 at 12:57pm — No Comments
Through a generous grant…Continue
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Hey everyone! I started to re-do my blog space and just posted a review article that I wrote in grad school. Any and all constructive feedback would be greatly appreciated!! Check it out here:
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Aug. 26, 2011
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Former New York Knicks assistant coach Greg Brittenham has…Continue
Added by Strength Performance on August 29, 2011 at 12:02am — No Comments
It was assumed in the early era of weight training that athletes would develop inelastic overdeveloped muscles. The condition was deemed 'musclebound'. Becoming musclebound dominated the early conversations of strength training.
The newly created position of Strength and Conditioning Coach in the 1970's was dubious. Strength Coaches not only had to…Continue
Project Neck- The Female Study
According to a study published in the Journal of Athletic Training in 2007, female high school athletes suffered almost 40 percent more concussions than males did. It estimated that female players suffer about 29,000 concussions annually with boys suffering 21,000.…Continue
Added by Dr.Ralph Cornwell Jr on June 14, 2011 at 1:55am — No Comments
San Francisco based personal trainer Frank Matrisciano began work Monday as the University of Memphis' new strength and conditioning coach. He replaced Richard Hogans who left the program in late march to explore other opportunities.
Matrisciano is known for his work with Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin, Orlando Magic guard Gilbert Arenas, Memphis Grizzlies forward Leon Powe and Houston Rockets forward Patrick Patterson.
For those interested, the latest NSCA bulletin has been published: Version 33.04, concerning the month of April 2011. Among other topics, new in this bulletin you will find:
To view and/or download the bulletin,…Continue
Added by David Harris on April 24, 2011 at 11:55pm — No Comments
If you want to run better train your neck musculature.
The anterior, medial and posterior scalenes firmly fix to the frist and second ribs. The scalenes aid in deep respiration, something we certainly do in heavy running. The Scalene muscles are active…Continue
Added by Dr.Ralph Cornwell Jr on April 15, 2011 at 11:36am — No Comments
Part of activating muscle is having it.
The Pashby Sports Safety Award is an award presented in Canada to recognize and honor people who make sports and recreational activities safer from catastrophic injuries, which typically involve the eyes, spine or brain. Dr. Karen Johnston MD, PHD was given the Safety Award for her outstanding work to prevent injuries, most specifically concussions.
She is also Director of the Concussion…Continue
Added by Dr.Ralph Cornwell Jr on March 27, 2011 at 9:36pm — No Comments
Ralph Cornwell, Jr. PhD. Candidate from Virginia Tech announced today of the expansion of his research study looking at lowering concussive and subconcussive forces with anatomical changes to the neck, trapezius and upper back , accomplished through resistance training.
Cornwell’s research appropriately named Project Neck, is charged with creating…Continue
Added by Dr.Ralph Cornwell Jr on March 20, 2011 at 8:59pm — No Comments