Power cleans, squats and some things you haven't seen! Dave Williams, Associate Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at Liberty University.
Don McCauley, USAW regional coach, crossFit Level I coach covers Olympic Weightlifting, the key to power. For more information about Coach McCauley, click here. This series covers the theory on a white board then backs it up with a live demonstration of several olympic lifts.
Here you will find details about the "tier system" for strength training that you can adapt to your program so you can build stronger, healthier athletes.
Cross Fit is working its way into high school strength and conditioning programs. If you're wondering how Cross Fit Training can help your program this is a great clinic to watch.
Olympic Lifting like anything else, has pros and cons. Your job as a strength coach is to study your situation and determine the best tools to meet your needs. This video gives you some things to study.
Weight lifting and physics class don't usually share the same paragraph, but if you want to create specific strength you need to understand some basic physics!
The philosophy of your athletic program should filter down to your strength program. In this video, Coach Melton covers the Georgia Southern Strength Program and gives ideas about how you can adapt their program to yours.
Matt Ely covers smiplified weight program design for a high school strength program along with the importance of properly implementing your program.
Tony Kunczewski of LaGrange College covers multiple aspects of a strength program and gives you ideas that any high school coach can incorporate into their program.
What is the role of a coach? Seems obvious doesn't it? Wish it were that easy. John Croyle offers insights and examples of the ways that coaches impact the lives of young athletes. Coaching is a powerful role...make sure that power is used to make a positive difference in the lives of your athletes.
Body weight training is a great way to teach form and technique to your athletes and while it's not a replacement for free weights in the weight room, it's a great way to complement them. BWT also is great for the middle school athletes who aren't ready for the weight room.
Winning a state championship starts long before the season, and often it starts in the weight room. Coach Glover covers the program that they've used to build their championship program.
It's not whether you get knocked down; it's whether you get up.