How did a lack of transfer from physical preparation means lead Shawn Myszka on a journey to sport movement coaching? What really transfers from our work with athletes to on-field success? Find out in this week’s Friday Five.
Want to discover basic, but powerful, progressions for athletes seeking strength and power development in the weight room? Check out this week’s Friday Five with John Cissik, director of Human Performance Services.
Want to know how the workings of the 1×20 strength system are broken down practically and implemented in a university setting? Check out this week’s Friday Five with UW-Whitewater strength coach, Ryan Bracius.
Want to know what’s really important on the topic of vision and athletic performance? Check out this week’s interview with optometrist and Sports Vision trainer, Dr. Brandon Walley.
Want to learn the nuts and bolts of developing ‘game speed’? Read this latest Friday Five interview with speed expert Lee Taft.
Want to get a modern, science-driven explanation of key components of sprinting? Lance Brooks of Southern Methodist breaks down sprinting science in a straightforward manner in this week’s Friday Five.
Want to learn some distinctions for the effect and role of the physical preparation coach? Interested in seeing where the field is heading and how to be successful at it? Check out this week’s Friday Five with Aiden Oakley of the South Sydney Rabbitohs
Want to see how the integration of sports performance and sports science lends to a leading assessment and implementation protocol in college athletics? Find out with Craig Turner and Nate Brookreson of North Carolina State University.
Want to know some key differences between sprinting and skating, and how to assess and develop hockey players in the physical preparation setting? Find out with Kevin Neeld of the Boston Bruins in this week’s Friday Five.
Jamie Smith of the “U of Strength” is on the cutting edge for many aspects of physical preparation. Today, he answers questions on using perturbations and unpredictability to replicate sport, as well as on his use of isometrics and partial reps. This is the second part of a two-part Freelap Friday Five conversation with Coach Smith.