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Strength, Conditioning, and Fitness



Creating Powerful Athletes Using Velocity-Based Training

Creating Powerful Athletes Using Velocity-Based Training

BY NUNZIO SIGNORE, BA, CSCS, OWNER OF ROCKLAND PEAK PERFORMANCE AND AUTHOR OF VELOCITY-BASED TRAINING SEPTEMBER 2021 When I first started training I, like many others believed that if we just keep improving absolute strength,...

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Why jump testing is important for baseball players

Why jump testing is important for baseball players

BY DAVID SZYMANSKI, PhD, CSCS,*D, RSCC*E, FNSCA, CO-EDITOR AND CO-AUTHOR OF STRENGTH TRAINING FOR BASEBALL SEPTEMBER 2021 Power is an essential factor in achieving success in sport, and research by some has stated that power is...

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Core training vs. abdominal training

Core training vs. abdominal training

BY GARETH SAPSTEAD, AUTHOR OF ULTIMATE ABS AUGUST 2021 You might be thinking that focusing on core training would be most beneficial because it hits the most muscle mass. And you’d be right, it can be....

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Why sugar isn't always bad

Why sugar isn't always bad

BY MELODY SCHOENFELD, MA, CSCSJUNE 2021   Melody Schoenfeld, author of Diet Lies and Weight Loss Truths, explains why there aren't "good" and "bad" foods and why sugar isn't all bad. For more information and...

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Training to prevent hamstring injuries

Training to prevent hamstring injuries

BY KEVIN CARR, AUTHOR OF FUNCTIONAL TRAINING ANATOMYMAY 2021 Statistically, hamstring strains are one of the most common soft tissue injuries in all of sports. Oddly enough, I rarely see hamstring strains in our athletes at...

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