We all know that your role as a strength and conditioning coach is to produce higher-performing, more injury-resistant athletes. But what does that actually mean for your program? How do you achieve it?
The interworking systems of the human body cannot be separated, and it all begins in the brain. Every moment of stress is trauma to the brain, and a good coach knows how to deal with this.
Expert or guru? Innovative training method or gimmick? In the second part of his presentation, Buddy tells you how to spot the difference.
In this first part of Coach X’s presentation, he discusses two factors that will influence everything you do in life: genetics and environment.
No matter the athlete, the ability to move is the most important function to build. Sometimes, it’s best to slow things down.
How you learn and who you listen to will determine whether or not you keep growing in this industry.
This specially-released footage from the elitefts Sport’s Performance Training Summit goes inside the mind of a strength and conditioning pioneer.