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Tag Archives: Coaches Development

The Sacrifices It Takes To Be A Great Coach

The life of a coach is not for the faint of heart. While the barrier to entry is relatively low, the hurdles and obstacles to sustain […]

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Coach Like a Pro, Not Like a “System Guy”

In the world of performance it’s common practice for a coach to label themselves as a system guy: “I’m a conjugate guy”, “I’m an weightlifting guy”, […]

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Reflections of a Johnnie Football Space Monkey

If you’ve been listening to the premiere podcast in Strength-th-th and Conditioning-ing-ing, you know that we’ve reached the 10-year anniversary of Power Athlete. To celebrate, Johnnie […]

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Coaching Conversations: The Multi-Cultural Coach

There are an incredible number of cultures spread across this disk we call Earth. If we use language as a dividing line to separate one culture […]

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Power Athlete Nation Book Club: Outsmart Your Instincts

“Your feelings will lie to you…” A common phrase in the Power Athlete coaching community. Often referring to movement faults an athlete believes to be correct […]

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Clash of the Titans: Dual Program Dilemma

Part of being a good strength and conditioning coach is knowing where an athlete is at in their life cycle, and applying the correct program to […]

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Lab to Leg Day: How to be a Scientific Strength and Conditioning Coach

Recent research suggests that 6-weeks of whole body vibration training improves vertical jump training (Rubio-Arias et al., 2017). Additionally, drinking an ice slushy will help athletes […]

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