Robert Fisk

 
A Semester with Conjugate U
A Semester with Conjugate U
After meeting Nate Harvey and reading his ebook, I decided to try out a conjugate-based system with two of my teams, men’s soccer and women’s volleyball, during the spring semester. Here's what we did, how it worked, and changes I'm making moving forward.
Evolution of a Collegiate Warm-Up
Evolution of a Collegiate Warm-Up
Over the last five semesters, we've made a lot of adjustments to how we warm-up our athletes. Here are the most important changes.
Tweaking the APRE Cluster Method
Tweaking the APRE Cluster Method
I had used the APRE Method with great results in the past. After trying some new things in the summer, we decided to implement these changes in the fall.
Progressions and Regressions in Strength and Conditioning
Progressions and Regressions in Strength and Conditioning
This model allows you to assess and modify the training of your athletes based on their daily performance and movement proficiency.
Your First Summer of Planning — Schedule and Program Setup as a New Coach
Your First Summer of Planning — Schedule and Program Setup as a New Coach
Young coaches often find a spot late in the summer leaving little time to prepare for the year ahead. Here are the planning and scheduling factors to consider as you construct your program.
On-Court Results with APRE Cluster Method
On-Court Results with APRE Cluster Method
We've utilized Mann's method with great results as written and with a few tweaks — breaking up the fourth set is just what our basketball players needed to bust through their strength plateau.
The Responsibilities of a Strength Coach: How Much is Too Much?
The Responsibilities of a Strength Coach: How Much is Too Much?
With all the new technology for improving athletic performance, strength coaches should remember why they are there in the first place.

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