BMX Coach Tony Hoffman coaches athletes remotely using Google Hangouts and Google Docs. Hoffman responds to questions about the role of technology in training, data analysis, and the pros and cons of correspondence coaching.
Jose Fernandez stands as one of the most creative minds in sports performance and sports medicine. His experience ranges from the use of muscle diagnostic data, advanced physiological testing, to some of the most progressive solutions in sport. The last few years he has spearheaded Haloview, a consulting company in Spain and the UK.
One of the sharpest minds in sports medicine and recovery science is Michael Tankovich, a physical therapist with the Seattle Seahawks. World Class therapy can only be achieved when the therapists understand training and can compliment their approaches to a team environment. Cutting edge technologies such as Heart Rate Variability and GPS tracking is widely […]
One of the top strength and conditioning coaches, Ryan Reynolds is currently an assistant with UCLA Football. In this interview Coach Reynolds addresses questions about Olympic lifting for softball hitting power, lower body development for tall athletes, speed development of football players, bilateral movement, and periodization.
Seattle Sounders Performance Director David Tenney sits down with Carl Valle to discuss the current challenges of professional sport.
“Coach” Bill Pressey is a conditioning specialist for equine sports and is one of the shining stars in horse race training today. He owns a company that specializes in conditioning horses with solid sports science and in this interview shares some great insights from equine sports. California Chrome failed to win the Triple Crown (predicted by Pressey by the way) and there are many lessons to be learned by coaches who work with human athletes.
Håkan Andersson responds to questions about adaptations of muscle fiber types, plyometrics and sprint training, designing a strength training program for an athlete’s career, and the value of coach and athlete communication.
University of Oregon Sprints, Hurdles, and Relays Coach Curtis Taylor answers questions about fatigue and injury, plyometrics, consistent block starts, conditioning and recovery, and weight training.
The combine consists of seven events where athletes can showcase their strength, agility and speed along with position specific drills, interviews and other tests such as The Wonderlic. Here is a look at the results and the top performers.
As an Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning, Mann is responsible for assisting with the player development program for football and baseball as well as being responsible for Missouri’s women’s soccer teams. In addition to these team duties, he is also the Director of Research & Development, as well as being the Coordinator for On-Campus Academic Relations.