Recovery is a hot topic and gaining prominence for its role in athletic performance. The best recovery programs incorporate both nutrition and proven modalities. This session will review some of the most talked about recovery modalities, including sleep, physical treatments (compression, stretching, foam rolling, hot-cold contrast), and nutrition. The session will provide insight on the latest research and offer practical tips for successful recovery for your athletes.
Are you attending the 2016 CSCCA Convention in Fort Worth, Texas? Don’t miss this 3-hour workshop on Friday afternoon with world-renowned peak performance coach Brian Cain! His passion, energy and intensity for teaching the fundamentals of sport psychology, peak performance, and mental conditioning will give you a strategic plan of action to implement immediately in your physical conditioning programs to get the most out of the athletes you work with.
Clemson University director of strength and conditioning Joey Batson began his work at Clemson in 1986 under then-head strength coach Gary Wade, who hired Batson as a graduate assistant. Throughout his career as an athletic performance coach, Batson has sought to educate himself about his craft and continuously improve within his profession.
Despite their common frequency of occurrence, most football players do not properly understand what a muscle cramp is. This article examines the different types of cramps, causes of cramping and good methods for keeping cramps in check.
Dynamic Fitness & Strength’s Nick Weiss explains how to perform a proper bench press. This is a great video for football coaches and strength coaches alike, because it teaches proper technique and explains how to avoid injury.
If these coaches and products don’t get you pumped, you’re in the wrong line of work. Football coaches, take note of these strength coaches and how amped they are to use this equipment.
Power Five conferences pass legislation giving team physicians and athletic trainers “unchallengeable autonomous authority” to make return-to-play decisions following concussions and other injuries.
The Polar Team Pro system easily integrates with other tracking systems, making it easy for the Green Bay Packers to incorporate it into their own intense training regimen.
The goal of a preseason conditioning test is simple: motivating your athletes to show up to camp in-shape and ready to roll. A physically well-prepared squad spends less precious practice time conditioning and more time becoming better at the game.