Creating Athleticism Through a Proper Dynamic Warm-Up

I want to discuss a simplified version of preparation that aids in athletic development in a timeframe that ranges from 5 minutes to 20 minutes each day.

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5 Major Focuses for Your Basketball Offseason

Now that the high school, college and most professional basketball seasons have ended, basketball offseason is officially underway! This is personally my favorite training period of the year [...]

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Networking, Applying, & Interviewing: Key Skills for Every Strength Coach

Strength and conditioning can be a fickle and sinister profession. The old adage goes “If you haven’t been fired, you haven’t coached long enough.”

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Simple Supplementation Guide For the High School Athlete (Part 1)

Have you ever noticed how social media brings out the “best and brightest” minds on conversational topics?

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How to Teach and Coach the Box Squat

April 22, 2018, Nate Harvey Leave a comment

When programming squats for my athletes, my philosophy leads me to box squat 99% of the time as opposed to "free squatting."

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The 4 Non-Secret Pillars of Athletic Performance

If you’ve been in the strength and conditioning game for any length of time then this article will not be anything groundbreaking.

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The Strength Coach's Ultimate Guide to Hiring

Hiring the right coaches is a critical part of any effective strength and conditioning program.

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Podcast: Using Tech in Large Group Settings

 

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7 Ways Strength Coaches Can Use Alexa in the Weight Room

 

Amazon's Alexa app seems like the biggest example of technology making society lazier. But the reality is that this tech can really help a strength coach in the weight room. 

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The Case for Coaches to Be on Social Media

 

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