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Dr. Brandon Marcello: A STT Exclusive

This week on iTunes, Stitcher and Spreaker, STT interviews a leader in our field from strength and conditioning through sports nutrition in many arenas of the field. Dr. Brandon Marcello is the Director of Sports Performance at Stanford University. His role is to oversee all aspects of athletic performance enhancement for the 35 intercollegiate sports. [...]

Sid McNairy: A STT Exclusive

This week on iTunes, Stitcher and Spreaker, STT interviews a yogi that is commonly called "coach". As a previous football coach at Northern Illinois University with a major in Movement and Sports Science from Purdue University, and a Masters Degree in Sports Administration from Easter Illinois University, Sid McNairy’s path to healing and inspiring others [...]

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Sean Skahan: A STT Exclusive

This week on iTunes, Stitcher and Spreaker, STT interviews a NHL coach making positive strides through ice hockey. Sean Skahan is the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Anaheim Ducks. Joining the club prior to the 2002-03 season, Skahan is responsible for the overall strength and conditioning program for all players in the Ducks system. [...]

Chuck Wolf: A STT Exclusive

This week on iTunes, Stitcher and Spreaker, STT interviews a great resource for movement and functional training. Chuck Wolf has a Masters of Science Degree in Exercise Physiology from George Williams College, and specializes in Applied Biomechanics. He presently is the Director of Human Motion Associates, in Orlando, Florida, consulting with clients ranging from the [...]

Ben Yauss: A STT Exclusive

This week on iTunes, Stitcher and Spreaker, STT interviews a MLS coach who has had big results. Ben Yauss is the Strength and Conditioning coach for the LA Galaxy and Athletes Performance. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Yauss joined the Galaxy prior to the start of the 2009 season after working for the previous two [...]

You Design Your Program

When you look at all of the things your coach tells you that you need to improve on to help the team next year, you may be overwhelmed. Even coaches struggle with where to fit it all in. Developing athletes and teams takes patience and persistence. Two qualities successful athletes, coaches, and programs hold in [...]

Do You Have A Desire To Progress?

The most important component of successful training is an unremitting desire to progress. Athletes and coaches sometimes become frustrated by lack of gains “their program” delivers. This leads to a search for magical solutions, food supplements, exercises and equipment. Typically the “program” will be changed, perhaps changing exercises, set, reps, percentages or speed of movement. [...]

Add To Your Football Conditioning NOW!

I am sure by now that you have received your “secret” summer football conditioning manuals. Let me guess it is filled with workouts like 300-yard shuttles, 110-yard sprints, “Gassers" and repeat 40’s? Yes, these drills make up the “meat and potatoes” of just about every summer football-conditioning program. But, let’s make your summer football-conditioning program [...]

Women’s Lacrosse Wall Ball Drill

The game of women’s lacrosse takes an immense amount of skill to catch, throw and cradle the ball while moving a full speed. A wall ball program can help you be more confident when you need to thread the needle for the game winning feed. Develop both your left and right hand to make sure [...]

Think About Your Warm-­Up

Think about the time you spend warming up. Focus on being at practice, not thinking about friends, parties or other distractions. You will often hear coaches say, “Get your mind right. Right here!” The second paragraph of every summer workout plan that I have developed has the following reminder: “Before starting any workout, please remember [...]