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3 Steps to Building Team Culture

"Many Lions, One Pride"

If you spend any amount of time around the Asheville Christian Academy (ACA) Athletic Department, you will most definitely hear the phrase “many lions, one pride.” It is a [...]

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3 Tips for Developing Athlete Buy-In

If you are reading this blog thinking that I have the magic formula to develop athlete buy-in, I am sorry to disappoint you, but I don’t.

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How to Create Tomorrow's MVPs: Training Young Athletes

The training of youth athletes needs to be handled very carefully. We live in a country where our youth athletes are over specialized and under prepared. It is a symptom of being American; we want [...]

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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?

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10 Survival Tips for the Independent Strength Coach

Surviving (and thriving) as an independent strength & conditioning coach is harder than ever.

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How To Develop Mental Toughness in High School Athletes

As a high school football coach, what does mental toughness mean to me?

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What Strength Coaches Should Be Doing in July

Here we are as strength professionals in the "dog days of summer."

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Using Pre-Game Jitters to Boost Your Athletic Performance

This is a guest post from Mike Caro - Head Strength Coach at Transylvania University. Mike is deeply involved in the strength coaching community including the facilitation of the small-college [...]

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How to Deal With Vendors as a Strength Coach

This is a guest blog from TeamBuildr customer Nate Shaw - Head MLB Strength Coach at Arizona Diamondbacks.

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5 Best Practices When Choosing Equipment for Weight Rooms

This is a guest blog by TeamBuildr customer & renown high school strength coach Chris Morland who has been credited with creating a leading model for high school strength and conditioning at [...]

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