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Archive | June, 2009

Stretching

Stretching has become very controversial over the years. Some coaches believe in it some don’t; some think it should be at the beginning, some at the end of a workout. Some believe in static stretching other think it is worthless and could cause injury. My philosophy is simple and scientifically based. It consists of 3 […]

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Speed: Acceleration

The definition of accelerate is unclear if it means from a dead stop or a moving state. The fact is it is up for interpretation. Whether we focus on the dead stop position or from a moving position the same principles hold true from a physical standpoint. What differs is how quickly and to what […]

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Speed: Deceleration

A well-respected strength coach once told me that when the DMV teaches kids how to drive they first teach you where the breaks are. The same should hold true for speed. I know most of you may think that speed is defined by how quick you can get from point A to point B, which […]

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