From the 2022 NSCA’s Coaches Conference, Bill Amonette reviews exercise-induced training stress and adaptations, consequences of too much training stress, tools for strength and conditioning coaches to use to help monitor stress, and practical applications to help strength and conditioning coache...
Micro-Dosing Strength Training - a Conceptual Framework
From the 2022 NSCA’s Coaches Conference, Professor Paul Comfort, Ph.D, CSCS*D, ASCC, discusses micro-dosing strength training in athletes and provides some preliminary research comparing it to a more traditional training approach. This presentation is based on work from Dr Matt Cuthbert’s PhD, wh...
From the 2022 NSCA’s Coaches Conference, Head of Combat Sports at the Star, Matt Crawley, discusses the importance of sleep in athletes, examines some high performance case studies involving sleep tracking, and provides sleep health resources for strength and conditioning coaches.
From the 2022 NSCA’s Coaches Conference, Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Seattle Sounders Football Club, Megan Young, discusses the intricacies of sport performance, data collection, and the importance of relationships at the professional level.
From the 2022 NSCA’s Coaches Conference, Brittney Bearden discusses nutrition culture, the impact it has on athletes, how strength and conditioning coaches can play a role in nutritional habits, and how to collaborate with sports dieticians.
Golden Connection: Problems, Rx and Power Development for the Rotational Athlete
From the 2022 NSCA’s Coaches Conference, Head Strength Coach at the University of Texas, Donnie Maib, explains the dynamics of the hips and shoulders, addresses common performance hindering issues, and shows strength and conditioning coaches different methods to increase power in rotational and o...
Sandbag Training - Alternative Methods to Build Hip Extension Strength
In this hands-on session from the 2022 NSCA’s Coaches Conference, Brad Gillingham provides strength and conditioning coaches with sandbag training techniques to incorporate into their programs to develop functional strength and power.