Scott Leech - Off-season S&C Field Work
In this course, head athletic strenth coach Hans Straub breaks down the three step process into having a successful conditioning or weight lifting session as a football player. A big part of being successful is being organzied and having a plan when going into any physical exercise session. Straub breaks this down into three simple steps giving you a good guideline of where to begin. This course includes topics like examples of linear speed days, dynamic evaluations, training specificity and many other tools designed specifically to help your needs. Book this course now to get you on your way to creating a easier plan to help you get on the right track!
In this course, Troy Head Football Strength & Conditioning coach Rusty Whitt teaches how he keeps the Trojans in shape with drills, mechanics, and exercises.
Amanda Ruller shares a comprehensive approach to training football athletes for speed. From an understanding of sprint mechanics to drills tech them, she illustrates how to train each position for speed on the football field. She concludes with sharing effective coaching cues for teaching speed and puts it all together in an example plan.
Blair Vaughan of Army West Point Strength and conditioning breaks down functional range conditioning in a collegiate program. Coach Vaugn explores concepts such a s flexibility vs. mobility, as well as providing movements and exercises for your team to perform. He also shows how to implement an FRC program into your team's workout regiment and details the background of how he was able to discover and implement this program and getting his team to buy into it. Simply click “Book this course” now to get started learning about the FRC program and learn how you can apply this into your squads strength and conditioning development.
Organization and Management
Coaching abilities in terms of organization are vital to a teams success on and off the field and that starts in the weight room. The players believe they can rely on their coach to "find a way" for them to succeed. Most great coaches also have the ability to manage and communicate effectively with their coaching staff and players.
In particular, sports management includes the oversight of essentially all parts of an athletic program. From player development, general planning, player safety and structure. Being responsible for your players' training and development in the weight room can be demanding. With targeted training, players can not only individually but collectively elevate their game by focusing their lifting and exercises that correlate to on field aspects.
Technology has changed sports organization making time efficiency easier, setting the stage a lot simpler. Being able to assign workouts to players before arrival saves time and gears your focus. The first 3 minutes of a team workout is important, setting the tone and leading the group and effecting the rest of training. “Be the thermostat”, set the mood in the room. Set the intensity that needs to be there. Do simple better, It is about progression. Have the “If it's wrong, fix it” mentality.
Introducing Army’s Conor Hughes guide to management and organization.
**Organization and Management in the weight room training**
Strength Coach for Army West Point Conor Hughes talks about the importance of organization and management of large teams, especially in the weight room. He walks through the set stage of managing as well as the organization and implementation of workouts.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Learn how to incorporate proper organization and management into the weight room!
Spencer Brown- Training Plan and Program Design
In his course Leadership Perspective, Charlotte Strength and Conditioning Coach Lew Caralla share plenty of ideas which are a part of who he is a leader and a coach. This is a resource of ideas which you will find yourself going back to again and again.
In this course, Brian Hess, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach of the UNC Tarheels football team, dives into
In season training
Travel Lifts Examples
& Non Travel Lifts Examples
Vince DiGaetano -
In this course, Chris Fee, Head Strength Conditioning Coach/Assistant Director of Athletics of Sacred Heart University goes in deph on their strength and conditioning design plan, athletic performance, speed development, and their testing of athletes.
In this course, Spencer Brown, Dartmouth's Holekamp Family Director of Strength & Conditioning, goes in deph on their football program protocols for first year players. Included is:
Tommy Moffitt- Off-season/In-season training for football