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6 Keys For a Successful Baseball Strength and Conditioning Program

Offseason baseball strength and conditioning programs have evolved over the years. What used to be seen as a competitive advantage, baseball offseason training programs are now the norm. Instead of being seen as an advantage, it’s now common knowledge that … Read more >

Strength Training for Runners

There are still a lot of misconceptions about running and how to best train runners to minimize injuries and enhance performance.

Part of the problem is that there is a low barrier to entry to running.  All you need to Read more >

Does Strength Prevent Injuries?

Evan OsarToday’s guest post comes from Evan Osar.  Evan is doing a great job sharing his views and systems for corrective exercise.  He has a new program teaching you his complete assessment and corrective exercise system that he has produced with Read more >

Periodization for Strength Training and Rehabilitation

The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on my Periodization for Strength Training and Rehabilitation is now available.

Periodization for Strength Training and Rehabilitation

Periodization for Strength Training and RehabilitationThis month’s Inner Circle webinar is on periodization for strength training and rehabilitation.  In this webinar I’ll discuss:

  • Why
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Does Periodization of a Program Help Improve Strength?

When designing programs to enhance strength, there are many variables that you can (and should) manipulate to facilitate improvement.  These can obviously include the sets and reps (volume), loads (intensity), frequency, and rest time (density).  However, how we periodize these … Read more >

How to Get the Most Out of the Start of Your Baseball Offseason Training

It’s been a long summer of baseball and it is time to start thinking about your offseason training program!

Some people think of the offseason as a time to rest, or to get away from baseball, or to do everything … Read more >

Transitioning From Injury to Strength Training

If you ever work with injured people, you will inevitably get the question from a patient at some point “how do I transition back into working out after my injury.”  For the person with previous fitness and strength training experience, … Read more >

Get in Shape in 2012

Each year around this time I offer an article about fitness to help those with New Year Resolutions and those that want to get in shape in 2012.  I like to update this every year as trends in fitness are … Read more >