Athlete Development

If you want to be athletic, you have to know how to launch yourself and balance through the balls of your feet.
Whether you like it or not, how much money an athlete makes can, and should, change the way you train them.
Don't drown your athletes in a flood of cues and information.
Hill running teaches the drive phase of a sprint like nothing else can.
Smart group programming is secondary to a good community, but it can also be an effective way to build relationships.
CrossFit, culturally and as an organization, has always engaged in and encouraged trolling.
Teaching methods and coaches are evolving, as are the cookie-cutter software programs.
A shift in perspective is what the industry needs to prioritize movement for the long haul.
With the right approach, you can develop a training plan that will empower any mom-to-be.
An interview with legendary strongman Odd Haugen as he talks about the ins-and-outs of the fitness industry.
The first thing to realize about coaching masters is that age is not the most important factor.
it’s time to challenge the dogma that power cleans must be the backbone of your off-season program. Let's look at alternatives.
The most important job of a strength coach is to help reduce injury both on and off the field.
Coaches are inundated with cool-looking, “sport-specific” exercises. But simplicity is the key to progress.
Individualization is the most productive way to organize a team of lifters to achieve their highest potential.
An athlete’s ability to accelerate, decelerate, and accelerate again is the name of the game.
Resist the temptation to think that if your athletes are doing complex things, then the workout is good.