Elite FTS shared the New Rules for Being a Strength Coach by outlining 10 steps to follow and live by.
Tony Gentilcore outlined Face Pulls: Do Them Right, Do Them Often what Face Pulls are, why you should do them, especially for throwing sports and hitting sports, the most common technical flaws and how to correct them.
The Bar Bend discussed Fasted Cardio for Strength Training: Pros and Cons a good outline of consideration, if you should do fasted cardio or not, as well as the benefits and disadvantages to guide you through the decision-making process.
Coach Mag UK explained The One Fitness Tip You Shouldn’t Ignore: Act Your Training Age understanding what training age is, and especially the training related to the activity you are doing is absolutely crucial. What do I mean by that? It’s not so uncommon for a Strength & Conditioning Coach to work with an athlete who performed a sport for 10 years but has never devoted any time to physical training. Hence his or her training for a particular sport can be 10 years, whilst the training age of physical preparation is 0 years.
Cycling Weekly answered ‘How do cyclists get big legs?’ – you asked Google and we’ve got the answer a simple, but good overview of what cyclists do in the different cycling disciplines. I guess I could add a cent or two to this discussion.
Unfortunately the legs are slightly cut-off, however, you can still get a feel of the size of their quads from this picture.
Juggernaut Training Systems discussed What Makes A Good Coach?, the hard skills and the soft skills a coach needs. Check it out