Our Time To Shine, Part 2: 2017 MSCC Class On The Importance Of Mentors

18 of the best strength and conditioning coaches in the country earned the honor of being named a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC) in 2017. In part two of our four-part series, several members of this new MSCC class explain why being a mentor and having great mentors is vital in the strength and conditioning profession.

Long-Term Cardiovascular Adaptations And Implications For Preseason Training

If you’re looking to get fit in a hurry, you should hit high intensities often. But understand that you are getting fit by only attacking one side of the equation, and there’s a limit to how fit you can ultimately get this way (not to mention a greater risk of injury and overtraining). Complete aerobic fitness happens when you put in the work at low intensities over time and develop the “low end” aerobic adaptations to support the higher intensity work.