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My Strength and Conditioning Hierarchy
Ken Whittier - October 08, 2015
I just finished reading Renaissance Diet, which is a great book that I highly recommend if you are interested in learning about nutrition. While the book shares a lot of great insight about appropriate nutrition, it really taught me a great deal about having priorities that I think apply to Strength and Conditioning. . . . keep reading

Seeing is Believing
Mike Boyle - October 02, 2015
People lie, even those with the best intentions. This includes most of our clients. . . . keep reading

Video of the Week- Coaching the DB Row
Ken Whittier - October 01, 2015
Ken Whittier shows how they coach and fix incorrect technique for the DB Row . . . keep reading

Sean Skahan (BU Hockey) & Chris Chase (Atlanta Hawks)- Episode 172
Strength Coach Podcast
Sean Skahan (BU Hockey) & Chris Chase (Atlanta Hawks)- Episode 172Both coaches talk about their transitions from the pro ranks to college (Sean from Anaheim Ducks to BU Hockey) and from college to pro (Chris from USC to Atlanta Hawks) . . . keep reading

Call Them Like You See Them
Mike Boyle - September 28, 2015
The idea for this article actually came from a conversation with one of our coaches who had just taken a new job. He came back and said "wow, they ( the coaches at the new job) have strange names for some exercises". "They call lateral bounds Heidens and they call the Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat a Bulgarian Lunge". . . . keep reading

Video of the Week- Plank Row Iso Hold
Ben Buno - September 23, 2015
I've long been a fan of plank rows, but I've recently been experimenting with plank row iso holds and it's quickly becoming one of my new favorite core exercises. . . . keep reading

Hypertrophy Training for Athletes
Michael Boyle
Because of the popularity of the recent forum thread, "Hypertrophy, Start with the Why?" I wanted to re-post this. I train a lot of young athletes. These high school and college kids almost always need to gain solid weight in order to compete at a higher level. In the world of sports, hardly anyone is "big enough." Bigger is generally better. . . . keep reading

Interval Training- HIIT or Miss?
Michael Boyle
I think every fat loss article we read espouses the value of interval training for fat loss. In fact the term HIIT ( for High Intensity Interval Training) is thrown around so much that many people just assume they know what it is. . . . keep reading

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