Progress(ion)

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Looking back on September ’07, if there is one thing that I took away from my week spent learning at Athletes’ Performance, it is the importance of progression in training.  Coaches, and even those without coaches, need to understand where each person/athlete is, and what the next step is.  Is it to add load or … Continue reading

What Consumes Me

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This post is a little more personal than usual but, here we go.  When I am first introduced to people it is not uncommon for them to inquire if it’s ok to ask me a question about training even though I’m not at work.  Or, occasionally they ask if I want to be a coach/trainer … Continue reading

How Big Is Your Engine?

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I have written about the topic of speed and agility in the past but it bears repeating.  There are many tools available, including high speed treadmills, bungee cords, parachutes, JumpSoles, etc. that claim to be the key to improving agility, running that fast 40 yd. dash time or improving your vertical jump so that you’ll be … Continue reading