“Power” is the Power Clean’s first name. That should tell you right away that the exercise is a football player’s best friend. In football, speed and power are what determine much of the difference between starters and non-starters. The Power Clean, which requires you to exert force against the ground through a series of rapid […]
Having a successful career in coaching is mostly rooted in pure hard work and the ability to inspire your athletes. However, there are also things you should avoid. We spoke with coaches at various levels and formed a list of what we think are the top 5 career killers for a sports coach.
Naturally, a lot of our readers happen to be coaches. However, most of us were all players at one point and we all understand that a team’s success is a function of the actions of both players and coaches. If you are a coach, feel free to forward this to your players as we believe even […]
Recruiting is a major part of being a collegiate coach. Books have been written on the subject and there is no shortage of recruiting advice in coach world. However, there are 3 things that every great recruiter has in common and we outline them here: Relentlessness: The greatest recruiters are relentless, meaning, they never stop recruiting. […]
We had a chance to catch up with private training business owner and TeamBuildr user Kevin Wynne to ask him a few questions. As Kevin and his wife, Danielle, run their training facility, we asked them how they gain the edge in the ultra-competitive private training business. This is what they had to say: What […]
Although the strength and conditioning profession has come a long way, here are a few things that will help you master the landscape: 1. S&C Coaching Hours Are Long Year-Round: An NCAA Division I football strength and conditioning coach works an average of 71 hours per week in-season and 60 hours per week during the […]