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Lacrosse Training: Shooting

Lacrosse Training: Shooting

Lacrosse Training: Shooting What have you missed when training the lacrosse shot? During my time as the head strength coach for the University of Denver lacrosse team I was always asked by parents and younger players, “how do I make my shot faster?”.  Most...
To Boot or Not to Boot?

To Boot or Not to Boot?

During my time as a collegiate strength and conditioning coach, I have seen many common ankle sprains (inversion ankle sprain). Depending upon the grade of the ankle sprain the athlete was held out of training was almost always given a form of immobilization along...
Needs vs Wants

Needs vs Wants

Had a great conversation with one of my mentors (Logan Schwartz) which I would like to share with you. He asked me to define function. I responded “function is based on each individual’s tasks and goals”. His response was much more global and was based on anything a...
Training Coordination

Training Coordination

I was asked a great question on how should we be training coordination and where it occurs in the human body. When I think about coordination I think about the proprioceptors that live throughout our human body. Proprioceptors are a transducer or converter like...
Joint by Joint / Mostability

Joint by Joint / Mostability

I read the book Advances in Functional Training by Mike Boyle” in 2010 and it was a great book that created parts of my training philosophy today. One of the biggest things I took away from the book was the Joint by Joint approach. Boyle credits himself and Gray Cook...