One of the most vast and influential misconceptions in the area of athletic development is the idea that kids that develop early (perform above the level of their peers) will inevitably reach a higher level of performance than their peers in the end. The feeling is that if they are this good now, and continue… Read more
Posts in "Athletic Development Resources"
Every few months I do a featured Q&A column for the Golf Association of Philadelphia website. Because most hockey players head to the courses once their season is over, and because there are some commonalities in training principles between the two sports, I wanted to share the most recent feature with you. Check it out… Read more
I wanted to switch things up a bit to start this week off and feature some work from other people that I’ve really enjoyed. If you’re having a tough time shaking off the weekend and need an outlet to kill some time while you’re pretending to work, this is it! These articles, in one way… Read more
As you may have inferred from my posts over the last several months, we’ve been extremely busy at Endeavor both preparing for our impending move to a new indoor sports complex and in creating new services to better serve the athletes in the area. On that note, I wanted to formally announce two new services… Read more
A few weeks ago, I had an opportunity to review a new DVD titled “Exercises for the Landmine” that I really enjoyed. To be honest, I’m not much of an enthusiast for any isolated piece of equipment. I think proper movement should be foundational to all exercises, regardless of the method of loading. That said,… Read more