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Ralph Cornwell Interview: Concussion Prevention Through Neck Training

Ralph Cornwell Interview: Concussion Prevention Through Neck Training

Ralph Cornwell is on the cutting edge of concussion prevention. He is in the process of completing his Ph.D. research project on neck training as a method of reducing the severity concussions. If you haven’t heard anything about this topic, you won’t want to miss this interview. We talked a lot about concussion prevention, what […]

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Aaron Hillmann Interview – University of Illinois S & C Coach

Aaron Hillmann was the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Bowling Green State University for over nine years and is now the Head Strength Coach for Football at University of Illinois. Coach Hillmann’s training philosophy has led him down a path requiring the search for logical and practical modes of strength and conditioning. We asked […]

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Strenth & Conditioning Coaches Roundtable Discussion Parts 1 & 2

Here is the complete strength & conditioning coaches roundtable discussion. 1. In your opinion, what part (or parts) of your program to you believe has the greatest transfer to the field/court?  Why?   Chris Ruf – Baylor University (Director of Football Athletic Performance):  We believe that in our football program, our speed, agility, and more specifically, […]

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Strength & Conditioning Coaches Roundtable Discussion Part 1

As we’ve done before, US & C asked six strength & conditioning professionals six questions about their programs, philosophies, beliefs and implementation strategies.  We have quite a diverse group this time, so their responses are very interesting.  A lot can be learned from asking the same questions to multiple people.     The first two questions are here […]

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Audio Interview with Jeremy Lawson – S & C Coach at Marin (CA) Catholic Central

Click here to listen to the Jeremy Lawson interview We take pride in conducting interviews that actually mean something instead of asking the same questions over and over. When Jim got the chance to talk to Marin Catholic Central Strength and Conditioning Coach Jeremy Lawson, he definitely wanted to talk about some real-world topics such […]

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Coach Buddy Morris: A 2 Part Sports Show Interview Digging Deep into Strength and Conditioning

Here’s a couple great informative strength and conditioning videos. We’ve posted an ESPN interview with some brief thoughts from Coach Morris, so here’s a more detailed description of his perspective. Here’s a couple great informative strength and conditioning videos. We’ve posted an ESPN interview with some brief thoughts from Coach Morris, so here’s a more […]

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Ultimate Strength and Conditioning Interview: Nick Vanbogelen ATC, CSCS – Jackson Orthopedic Rehab Specialists

USC: What sort of role do you believe strength and conditioning can play in reducing the risk of injury? Please address issues with consistency, comprehensive design, safety, and any other important variables. NV: First, it is technically difficult to draw a direct correlation between any strength and conditioning training and reducing the risk of injury.Indirect […]

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ESPN – Interview with Pitt Football Strength and Conditioning coach, Buddy Morris

June, 23, 2010 By Brian Bennett You could call Buddy Morris the dean of Big East strength coaches. He hasn’t been in his job for the most consecutive amount of years in this league, but he’s in his third different stint with Pittsburgh dating back to 1980. If anybody knows the Panthers football program, it’s […]

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Interview with Jim Kielbaso by Dave Durell

Listen in as Dave Durell from www.HighIntensityNation.com interviews Jim Kielbaso this time around. Dave talks to Jim about his Strength and Conditioning background, how he got his business started, High Intensity Training, Speed Development, Sports Performance, and Hard Work! Keep coming back to UltimateStrengthAndConditioning.com for more great strength and conditioning information

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