Tag Archives: Injury Prevention

Empowering Your Cyber Monday: Recovery

If you think that your performance in the gym or on the field is only tied to your best efforts under the barbell or at practice, […]

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Winter is Coming: Sprinting

Hi Guys, Today’s field strong has the circuit in it. Now I often have to head out to do it as I have a home gym […]

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SPP: The Secret Sauce

Heavy footballs, “banded” sprints, basketball with ankle weights. While all this could easily be mistaken as sport specific training, in reality this is simply simulation of […]

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GPP: The Foundation of Athlete Development

If you’re a field or court sport athlete, you’re entering the greatest time of the year…summer training! As spring sports finish up their seasons, fall sports […]

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What the Science Says: Sleep

“Sleep is for the weak!”…probably one of the more common phrases in today’s society, right along with “I’ll rest when I’m dead!” I’m sure we’ve all […]

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Pain: This Shit is Complicated

Did you know that the US healthcare system spends approximately two billion dollars a year on the management of pain due to sport-related injuries alone? Beyond […]

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PA Radio – Episode 224: Bert Sorin

Get a Grip Bert Sorin has amassed more stories about strength and conditioning than anyone else you know. He has also cooked more potatoes, which in […]

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PA Radio – Episode 223: The Crew

Two Eyebrows are Better Than One Attention actual athletes, people who call themselves athletes, mathletes, and sufferers of athletes foot…another episode of Power Athlete Radio feature […]

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PA Radio – Episode 187: Mike Wasilisin

  Taking down the mediocre treatment. This week’s episode is like the most unconventional trip to the chiropractor ever. Dr. Mike Wasilisin of CaliSpine and the […]

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PA Radio – Episode 171: The Crew

 Slow sucks. Speed Kills. This week The Crew returns to answer your questions. Inquiries about training, supplementing, and injury prevention are just a few of the […]

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Battle Bullshit: Skill and Speed Resistance Training

We at Power Athlete have declared war on the bullshit in the strength and conditioning world. Lately, I’ve been seeing athletes and training sites showing off […]

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Power Athlete Concussion Protection Training

Concussions are a serious immediate and long term concern for every athlete participating in field sports from football to lacrosse, and even in sports that don’t condone contact […]

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PA Radio – Episode 114: Lauren Polivka & Zach Anderson

  movement that looks good usually is good.  This week we are excited to chat with Lauren Polivka and Zach Anderson.  These two hail from Atlanta, […]

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PA Radio – Episode 104: Dr. Tim Hewett

  Forget what you know about ACL injuries. This week, Power Athlete Radio is bringing you one the best and most informative episodes to date.  The […]

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Power Athlete Radio – Dave Tate: Part 2

“Opportunities are all around us.” Power Athlete Radio is back with Part 2 of our interview with Elite FTS founder and CEO, Dave Tate. This second […]

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ACL Injury Prevention: Anti-Rotation

Common thinking in strength and conditioning is the stronger the muscle, the safer the joint is from injury.  Focusing on linear force production regardless of the set […]

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ACL Injury Prevention: Neuromuscular Reeducation

The first article in this series, Injury Mechanisms, focused on identifying neuromuscular imbalances present in non-contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears, one of the most common non-contact […]

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ACL Injury Prevention: Injury Mechanisms

Injury prevention in strength and conditioning is an interesting beast.  If an S&C coach does their job correctly, non-contact injuries are an afterthought in the athlete or […]

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Power Coach: Communication

Communication is essential for any coach who aims to truly empower their athletes.  Just as a coach must invest in their voice, they must also invest […]

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