High-Powered Plyometrics

University of Oregon director of strength and conditioning James Radcliffe is well known as an innovator in plyometric training. He uses plyometrics to improve all aspects of the Oregon Ducks football program, but many sports can benefit from a solid plyometrics program. This type of athletic performance training will make your student-athletes faster and more agile than they ever thought possible.

Training The Chain

When Dr. Pat Ivey arrived at the University of Missouri during the spring of 2004, the first training he emphasized was posterior chain training. Ivey, who holds the titles of MSCC and Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Performance at Missouri, focused on training the chain to build a foundation. After all, he says, that is where the power comes from.