The field of strength and conditioning has exploded over the past decade, and it’s exciting to see how quickly it develops.
Unfortunately, all of that progress has also brought a great deal of mis-information with it, and it is often confusing.
Ultimate Strength and Conditioning was created by world class S & C coaches to provide quality information and discussions about strength and conditioning programs, strength and conditioning workouts, methods and philosophies. With all of the videos, articles, interviews, programs, and entertainment – there simply is no other site like USC.
Just take a look at the USC Team and you’ll see that this site is very different from anything else you’ll find on the internet. Start reading some of the articles and watching the videos and you’ll understand that you’ve found a highly credible source of information. Whether your a strength and conditioning coach wanting to stay current or an athlete, parent or enthusiast looking for new strength and conditioning workouts and programs, USC has you covered.
Spend some time looking through the hundreds of pages of content, and when you’re ready to get it all, sign up for the USC Elite Training Membership. Inside, you’ll learn new exercises, watch interviews with top strength and conditioning coaches, read reviews on popular products, try new workouts and listen to experts talk about hot topics.
Rather than spending hours and hours on YouTube, trying to figure out what real strength and conditioning coaches actually do with their athletes, now you can know without a doubt. You also have the opportunity to interact with experienced strength and conditioning coaches on our Message Boards where a variety of topics are discussed. The site even gives you the opportunity to comment on each individual article or ask follow-up questions to the authors.
Once you get inside, you’ll quickly realize that this site isn’t about hype, selling equipment or building up one particular style of training. We have experts talking about Olympic lifting, functional training, high intensity methods, power lifting, speed and agility development, plyometrics, youth training, resistance bands, free weights, machines, kettlebells, and just about anything else you can think of.
Although we include information on a variety of training methods, we also make it our business to call out imposters and silliness in the field. We hope you enjoy Ultimate Strength and Conditioning, and we look forward to hearing from you soon.