Reflections On Coaching, Promote Positive Youth Development, and Low Reps With No Muscle Growth

This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Vern Gambetta, Science for Sport, and Jason Ferruggia.

 

Inner Circle Updates mike reinold inner circle

My Last webinar recording on “How to Perform Upper Body Plyometrics” is now available to watch. In this presentation, I demonstrate the different types of plyometric exercises you can perform for the upper body and show some of my favorite progressions.

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  • The different types of plyometric exercises you can perform for the upper body
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The #AskMikeReinold Show ask mike reinold show

On this week’s episode of The #AskMikeReinold show we have a baseball episode with special guests, Will Carroll, Dan Blewett, Kevin Vance, and Dave Fischer, all discussing the 2017 Saberseminar and what’s new in baseball performance.

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If you have any interest in baseball performance, training, or rehabilitation, you are going to want to check out my new website at EliteBaseballPerformance.com.

The mission of the site is to provide cutting edge, but trustworthy, information to enhance baseball performance.  There’s too much crap on the internet right now about baseball.  I want to fix this and create an ultimate resource for every baseball player, parent, coach, rehab specialist, and strength specialist.

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We have a bunch of great articles, resources we recommend, and even some educational programs available already.

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This Week’s Social Media performance training and training social media

Myself and my team at Champion PT and Performance are publishing a ton of great content on social media right now that you are not going to want to miss!  We have a few series running on our social media accounts, like my #PerformanceTherapyTips and Champion’s #MovementMonday, #TechniqueTuesday, and Champion TV.  That’s right, we started our own TV show to let you behind the scenes at Champion!

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Stuff You Should Read


Some Thoughts, Reflections & Advice on Coaching

Vernon Gambetta has an article up on FunctionalPathTrainingBlog.com relating some of his thoughts about coaching, always a good read.  Short, but sweet.

10 Ways Coaches Can Promote Positive Youth Development

Science for Sport has an infographic up on their site from BelievePerform talking about positive things coaches can do to promote youth development:

Low Reps = No Muscle Growth

Jason Ferruggia has an article up on JasonFerruggia.com talking about why sometimes it is better to increase reps in some workouts: