August 9, 2017

Original Strength: A book report

This is a list of notes that I put together for a conversation with a strength coach named Brad Kazmarski in Florida, who is a big […]
August 7, 2017

Stage V of the American Development Model: Learn to Compete

Girls aged 15-18 and boys aged 16-18 fall into the Learn to Compete stage.  It is designed to prepare athletes for the high-competitive environment, help them continue […]
August 4, 2017

Stage IV of the American Developmental Model: Train to Train

Stage IV, which lasts from ages 11-15 in girls and 12-16 in boys, is a window of accelerated adaptation to aerobic, speed, agility and strength training, […]
July 31, 2017

Measuring Matters

Not just with adults trying to build muscle or lose fat.  Tracking height is also important for youth who play, or anticipate playing, sports.  We’ve been […]
July 27, 2017

Learn To Train: Stage 3 of The American Developmental Model

We’ll be continuing our series today reviewing the American Developmental Model, which is a Long Term Athletic Training and Development program created by USA Hockey and […]
July 17, 2017

3 Keys to Success from Bruce Kelly

A fellow strength Coach, Bruce Kelly, wrote a great article on the three keys to success, and I wanted to share them.  I’ve modified it slightly, […]
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