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Strong Content of The Week: 6/25/14


What’s up Strong Content readers?! I know I say it every week, but this weeks content is SUPREME!  I think I have finally  narrowed down the material, to the really good stuff.

A couple of the articles this week refer to programming and how we deliver our programming to our “audience”.  As I grow as a coach, I realize that our job is so much more than simply programming a strength and conditioning plan.  While the plan and actual sets and reps is important, the actual execution of said plan is so much more important.  USC contributor Adam Gentry wrote a great article this week, here, outlining the importance of keeping the actual plan as simple as needed and placing focus on the overall quality over what is being done.  On a daily basis we must find ways to get athletes to buy into the program we create, and coach the the shit out of everything we do.

I hope you all enjoy!

Daniel Breen:  http://www.irishsportscoachesinstitute.com/being-a-mike-boyle-strength-and-conditioning-intern-the-ultimate-experience/

Ben Bruno:  http://www.benbruno.com/2014/06/training-update-and-two-more-challenges/

Robert Panariello:  http://www.strengthpowerspeed.com/incorporate_everything_into_training/

Matt Foreman:  http://www.catalystathletics.com/articles/article.php?articleID=1859

Eric Cressey:  http://www.t-nation.com/training/bosu-ball-the-good-bad-and-ugly/print

Harold Gibbons:  http://haroldgibbons.com/2014/06/23/managing-the-message-what-you-say-matters/

Chad Smith:  http://www.jtsstrength.com/articles/2014/06/24/4-ways-make-program-work/

David Epstein:  http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/11/opinion/sports-should-be-childs-play.html?_r=0


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