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    If you were to do a little research into the role...

    If you were to do a little research into the role mitochondria and capillaries play in cell function, you would have your answer. Athletes need to be explosive, but they also need to be explosive for...
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    Neurological adaptions happen fast and you could...

    Neurological adaptions happen fast and you could potentially notice change after only 1 or 2 workouts - that's provided you have the necessary strength and use appropriate speed, though.
  • I think it is important to realize that 90% of...

    I think it is important to realize that 90% of the people that buy from you would buy from you regardless of how poorly you sell it, and 90% of the people that turn you down will turn you down...
  • It really depends on what your program looks like...

    It really depends on what your program looks like and where you are in your training cycle. Is your trainer referring to 15 seconds between straight sets or are you supersetting upper/lower or...
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    I guess I have never really considered t-drill,...

    I guess I have never really considered t-drill, Illinois, 5-10-5, etc. as footwork drills - I really like those drills to teach deceleration/acceleration mechanics. What I consider footwork drills...
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    Footwork drills are largely a waste of time....

    Footwork drills are largely a waste of time. Players that do footwork drills improve on the drills, but there is little if any carry over to the field.

    You would be better off spending that time...
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    Much better. One thing I notice is that your knee...

    Much better. One thing I notice is that your knee and hip extension is out of sync. You're extending your knees before your hips which is throwing your balance off at the bottom. Push your knees...
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    I would be careful with this one, most of the...

    I would be careful with this one, most of the time with inexperience lifters it does the opposite of what is intended.

    My advice would be to go only as narrow as you can while keeping your elbows...
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    Same as what? A Goblet squat? Front squats...

    Same as what? A Goblet squat?

    Front squats demand more mobility and stability of the upper back than goblet squats. If you can front squat with good form go ahead, but my guess is it will look...
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    To me it looks like you have some sort of motor...

    To me it looks like you have some sort of motor control issue. I'm guessing your breathing is all jacked up as well. Either way, you have no business doing back squats until you address the...
  • I sent you a PM...I think.

    I sent you a PM...I think.
  • Good stuff. I think a narrow stance hex bar...

    Good stuff. I think a narrow stance hex bar deadlift is probably a more "functional" movement and it is sure as hell a lot easier to coach.

    Yes, having Dietz and the rest of the University of...
  • krakkerz, what's your opinion on "sport" squats -...

    krakkerz, what's your opinion on "sport" squats - a narrower base squat (feet shoulder/hip width) where the athlete goes down to parallel or just above? This is something strength coach Cal Dietz...
  • I don't think it is an overcomplicated response,...

    I don't think it is an overcomplicated response, just detailed. OP is educated enough to know about joint angles and has obviously heard the, "always squat below parallel" response. Some people...
  • I think the answer to this question is more...

    I think the answer to this question is more complex than most here will lead you to believe. The most popular answer is, "squat as low as possible," but I think there is more to it than that. For...
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    This is why chiropractors get so little respect...

    This is why chiropractors get so little respect in the S&C world.
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    Yes, it is weird - teenage girls work with male...

    Yes, it is weird - teenage girls work with male trainers all the time. As long as you are professional you have nothing to worry about.
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    Sounds complicated and dangerous. When an athlete...

    Sounds complicated and dangerous. When an athlete is worried about not breaking their jaw, they are not going to be able to use maximal effort on their jump.
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    Yes. COD = change of direction.

    Yes.
    COD = change of direction.
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    Eccentric squats, eccentric split squats, depth...

    Eccentric squats, eccentric split squats, depth drops, COD sprints.
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