ACL injuries receive a tremendous amount of attention at all levels of sport, and for good reason. It is estimated that 250,000 ACL injuries occur
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The beauty of the strength and conditioning field is that it is still a relatively new industry. Auto mechanics can be traced back to the 1800s.
If you’ve ever dreamed of combining the world’s finest thought leaders in the field of sports performance into one book, then the second edition
Ivi Casagrande is currently the Women’s and Girls’ Sport Scientist at a FAWSL club team and a FIFA technical expert/consultant. She is a former
There have been a number of articles on this site dedicated to all aspects of movement in sports, such as acceleration, max speed, and change of
A few years back, I began working with an athlete who was coming off a very serious and rare form of thoracic cancer. For the sake of this article,
Another day, another misused term in the strength and conditioning industry. And thank goodness! Without these arguments of semantics, what on Earth
By Matt McInnes Watson and Ash Buckman Plyometrics are a powerful training method used by many athletes within speed and power sports. The
Sam Moore is an applied sport scientist who recently joined University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Exercise and Sport Science graduate
From the soccer pitch to the football end zone, speed is one of the ultimate, game-breaking physical attributes. Sports are determined by inches at
Anyone who has taken biomechanics courses in college and survived to tell the tale understands how the academic world looks at human movement.
Speed, agility, and fitness are perhaps the three most coveted physical attributes for a soccer player. On the surface, these are distinct and
Brandon Pigg is a second-year master’s student in the University of Memphis’s exercise, sport, and movement sciences program and current
For those not familiar with it, Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR) is a simple system of breathing and tactile input that resets your body from a
The relative importance of in-season vs. off-season training is often debated, and through my eight years of being a sports performance coach at the