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Better with Age: The Case for Training Masters Athletes

With the functional fitness boom, more and more masters athletes are becoming interested in training again and its become increasingly important to be able to develop programming for [...]

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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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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 Optimize Rest Between Weight Lifting Sets

Weightlifting movements (WLM) are ballistic exercises that utilize the entire body. Due to the explosive nature and musculature involved, these movements can be very taxing and require extended [...]

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Keep It Simple, Stupid: Nutrition 101

April 11, 2017, TeamBuildr in Uncategorized 2 Comments

I will never claim to be an “expert” in nutrition. But what I can say is I’ve been through a myriad of diets and gained valuable experience from each one.

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Athlete Training + Health - N. Houston (Spring-Klein)

September 12, 2016, TeamBuildr in Uncategorized Leave a comment

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TeamBuildr 4.0 is here

TeamBuildr 4.0 is here – a massive release that took more than a year of development. As with many of our past releases, the workout builder (the Calendar) was at the center of our development [...]

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3 Tips to Surviving the 2016 CSCCa Conference

The CSCCa national conference is our favorite event of the year. Perhaps it's because we were born out of a collegiate strength program? Or maybe it's that college coaches just know how to have a [...]

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Creating Flow in your Strength & Conditioning Program

This is a guest post from TeamBuildr partner Mike Caro, CSCS of Transylvania University. In addition to being the first head strength coach at Transy, Mike contributes to the NSCA and recently led [...]

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What is Real-time Programming and Why Should Strength Coaches Know About It?

June 17, 2015, TeamBuildr in Uncategorized 2 Comments

As always, we try to identify and discuss trends in the strength and conditioning industry that we witness from our customers. I recently heard about a very interesting concept called "real-time [...]

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