Jim puts Kyt through a couple minutes of Tabata sets on the treadmill…then proceeds to try and break him down using a mild elevation and relative speed A.K.A. The Walk of Death. All following a full treadmill and lifting workout. Keep in mind that Kyt is a professional soccer player, so he’s ready for all […]
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Nick Wilson BS, CSCS – University of Detroit Mercy Note:The following article is how Universityof Detroit Mercystrength coach Nick Wilson developed a program for a new sport at the university.UDM had never fielded a lacrosse team, and Coach Wilson wanted to make sure he did everything in his power to help them succeed.This article explains […]
Agility is an extremely important factor in most sports. The ability to start, stop, and change directions quickly can be the difference between a good athlete and a top performer. While genetics and “God-given” talent play a huge role in an athlete’s ability to perform certain maneuvers, agility can be improved through proper training. Unfortunately, […]
Coaches are constantly asking me what can be done to make their in-house Speed and Agility programs more effective. After talking with hundreds of coaches and looking at what is happening all over the country, I have come up with six keys to increasing the effectiveness of any Speed, Agility and Quickness (SAQ) program. Educate […]
12 Weeks to Better Cardiovascular Health Part 2