Interval training has been a hot topic for the last several years, especially as the infamous “Tabata” protocol has reached the masses. The reality is that, just like every other piece of the training process, your conditioning should be specific to your needs. As a general statement, we’ve probably gone too far in the direction… Read more
Posts in "Athletic Development Resources"
There’s no denying the importance of developing strength and power for optimal sports performance. In fact, strength and power really create the foundation for speed, which is one of the key qualities that determines whether an athlete will be successful at any given level. Unfortunately, most training programs leave a lot to be desired and… Read more
Last week I got an email that Mike Robertson, co-owner of Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training (IFAST) with Bill Hartman and one of my go-to resources for new training information for the last 7 years, was releasing three free videos in anticipation of the release of his new program “The Bulletproof Athlete Project” (more on… Read more
A couple days ago I mentioned that Wil Fleming recently released his new DVD Complete Olympic Lifting. Today I wanted to follow up by sharing an article that Wil wrote that looks at 5 things you should consider before adding Olympic lifts into your program. Enjoy! Should You Olympic Lift by Wil Fleming The Olympic… Read more
The “Best of 2012” series continues today with the Top Performance Training and Injury Prevention Posts of 2012. These are posts that have a profound affect on athletic development and injury prevention, but aren’t necessarily written JUST for hockey players. As you know, most training and injury prevention concepts are applicable to most sports; this… Read more