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Change Your Environment, Elevate Your Performance

Change Your Environment, Elevate Your Performance

In order to hit your highest potential as an athlete, it is not just the set-rep schemes and exercises that need to change during the course of training.  It is also the environment. I recently took a trip to the “Great Western Power Company”, a …

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Plyometric of the Week #4: Speed Box Hops

Plyometric of the Week Series 4

As I commonly mention, one of the best exercises, if not the best to develop vertical jump and reactive sprint power is the depth jump. Today, I’m going to talk about one of the most powerful compliments to the depth jump, the reactive box hop.  …

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Plyometric of the Week #3: Variable Bounding

Plyometric of the Week Series2

When it comes to improving explosive sprint and posterior chain power, bounding is one of the top movements on the list, second only to actual maximal sprinting. Bounding power is highly correlated to what your time will be in the 40 yard or 100m dash.  …

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Controversial Sprint Cues, Episode 1: Knees Up!

Running Cues part 1

Welcome to the first edition of “controversial sprint cues” (and what to do instead), where I’ll chat briefly regarding common coaching cues, and why they are not helpful (often the reverse) to sprint athletes and their performance. The great Charlie Francis has been known to …

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