Coach Sean Smith recommends using a flywheel system for anyone who desires jump improvements or who could use some quality strength gains. Since that includes nearly every coach and athlete, you should read this article to find out more.
The importance of building a complete neck is about more than just the possibility of reducing concussions or helping athletes recover from traumatic brain injury—although those are both worthwhile reasons. Preparing an athlete’s neck for sport means enhancing what the neck is designed to do and, while general sport movements will lead to a healthy neck, a high-performance neck depends on direct training.
If you are a coach dedicated to making your athletes better, you should know there is strong evidence that flywheel training works for athletes at all levels. Coach Sean Smith is a fan of the kBox flywheel system at his gym, and he recommends it for the 10 reasons outlined here.
Eventually, today’s youth athletes will become tomorrow’s sport elites. Before that happens, however, Coach Sean Smith believes that a lot needs to change in youth sports. Here are six actions he recommends for coaches to make sports safer and more enjoyable for today’s youth athletes.
Halo Neuroscience provides a new device for coaches to enhance performance and learning through brain stimulation. In this article, Coach Valle and Coach Smith investigate the Halo Sport tDCS system with some of their athletes.