Power cleans, squats and some things you haven't seen! Dave Williams, Associate Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at Liberty University.

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Don McCauley, USAW regional coach, crossFit Level I coach covers Olympic Weightlifting, the key to power.

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Here you will find details about the "tier system" for strength training that you can adapt to your program so you can build stronger, healthier athletes.

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Cross Fit is working its way into high school strength and conditioning programs.

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Olympic Lifting like anything else, has pros and cons.

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The philosophy of your athletic program should filter down to your strength program.

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Matt Ely covers smiplified weight program design for a high school strength program along with the importance of properly implementing your program.

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Tony Kunczewski of LaGrange College covers multiple aspects of a strength program and gives you ideas that any high school coach can incorporate into their prog

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What is the role of a coach? Seems obvious doesn't it? Wish it were that easy.

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Body weight training is a great way to teach form and technique to your athletes and while it's not a replacement for free weights in the weight room, it's a gr

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Winning a state championship starts long before the season, and often it starts in the weight room.

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Bigger, faster stronger is a great buzzword, but to get while preventing injuries takes a bit more.

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Neal Peduzzi of Georgia Tech covers some of the agility training techniques and drills used at Georgia Tech to help build bigger, faster and stronger athletes.

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Zach Reed covers the design of a strength program that you can use to develop strong athletes that peak DURING the season.

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Resistance Band Training offers a great, low cost alternative to some weight training to build strength in legs and upper body.

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Tristan Tillette of Elite Sports Performance demonstrates Weight Vest Training in this video segment.

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Tristan Tillette of Elite Sports Performance answers MyCoachOnline's questions about Performance Programs.

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This video series is part of the Youth Sports Seminars presented by the Huntsville Park and Recreation Department.

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The Youth Sports Seminar Series-Dealing with Youth Sports Injuries is offered by the Huntsville Park and Recreation Department as a way to educate parents and h

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Heat and summertime just go together and when we play outdoors, staying cool can be tough.

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Complying with NCAA rules can be a daunting task, and this series covers everything from grades to commitments.

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"The first obligation of leadership is to be able to accurately interpret reality.

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You'll find a wealth of information in this weight training talk by Leo Wright.

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There are various components to the warm-up and cool down in daily practice and on game day.

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Judy Green, Head Volleyball Coach at the University of Alabama, discusses the attributes she looks for in athletes.

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In this coaching video, UAB Softball Coach Marla Townsend discusses how essential it is to make expectations clear to both parents and athletes.

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What's the most important thing a coach ever taught you? That's what we asked John Croyle.

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Baseball Coach Mike Lane of the University of North Alabama covers a lot of ground in this Field Maintenance video series.

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John Croyle discusses the coaches that had had the most influence on his life, as an athlete, a person, and a parent.

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What one life lesson did you learn from you parents? That's what MyCoachOnline asked Judy Green, Head Volleyball Coach at the University of Alabama.

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John Croyle discusses the parent's role in ensuring that a child is in the care of a coach with integrity, who really cares about the athletes in his or her cha

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How do you deal with a coach who isn't a leader? John Croyle discusses the characteristics of a leader and the decisions parents face when a coach lacks leaders

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The most important thing a parent can teach young athletes about winning and losing is that BOTH are equally positive if you use the opportunity to learn.

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How do you handle a child who wants to quit after the season begins? Why does it matter if your child quits? John Croyle gives advice on why it's so important

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Why is recovery time so essential? How much recovery time is enough? It depends on the athlete.

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What do you as a parent want your child to get out of playing sports? We know we want our kids to enjoy playing youth sports: the thrill of competition, the ph

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Keeping athletes properly hydrated is essential to safety and health.

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Remember that song we used to sing as kids? "Once there was a little old ant, who thought he'd move a rubber tree plant.

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What do you say to your young athlete after he or she hasn't played well during a game? John Croyle suggests an honest, yet positive, approach to talking with

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If you're an athlete interested in playing at the college level, you need to review this section.

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Playing the game is great, but you're going to need cold hard cash to pay officials, maintain your field and turn the lights on.

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Whether you are a coach, an athlete, a parent, or a sports fan, you have those days where you wonder if you even want to make the next game.

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We were there when the mound at Mississippi State was uncovered after the winter and here are some tips from the fieldmaintenance experts at Warner's Athletic C

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