I am an avid reader and most of what I read relates to athletic training and strength/conditioning. That’s why I have my blog here of courseJ. I have realized how little I knew previously even as I was going through college and how far I’ve come in the last year. Read the rest of this entry »

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Last week Eric Cressey posted two great posts about baseball pitchers. If you are unaware, Cressey is one of the premier strength and conditioning specialists specific to the game of baseball. He has been featured in Men’s Health, Yahoo! Sports, ESPN, and other national media. He runs Cressey Performance which emphasizes on athletes’ performance. Read the rest of this entry »

Strength and Conditioning

September 26, 2011

Many people have their thoughts of the job of the strength and conditioning coach. Most people think it is to simply make an athlete stronger, faster, and a better athlete. What most people don’t realize is there is much more involved than that. In fact, I’d even say that those three things are not priorities with most strength and conditioning specialists. Read the rest of this entry »

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