Andrea Hudy [@A_Hudy] oversees the athlete strength complex on the KU campus and works specifically with the men's and women's basketball teams. In 2013 she received the NSCA Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year award. In total, Coach Hudy has personally worked with 39 athletes that went on to play in the NBA. If you're thinking right now...fuck, she's good...you're absolutely right. Hear how she's infused science into the course of her programs and how she's managed to ignore the stigma of female strength coaches. Incredible insight from a truly accomplished leader in the field.
Imagine that. Conditioning athletes not through voluminous long distance running drills or sub maximal effort sprints, but using the intensity of game speed. We've said it a thousand times. The best way to get "in shape" for your sport is to play your sport. Andrea Hudy has spent a nearly fifteen year career basing those training principles on observations and biofeedback. She utilizes power output trends as means to determine how to scale the strength and conditioning for her in-season athletes. The result is a high performing team with a championship legacy.
Start following Andrea Hudy on instagram through her personal page [@A_Hudy] or her team page [@kuhoops]. She spoke of the Midwest Sports Performance Conference which is TBA but occurs sometime in the spring each year.
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