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    I know a couple people that are members, but I do...

    I know a couple people that are members, but I do not know if they go in-depth on program design. I do know Mike Boyle is well respected in the S&C field and you will get what you pay for.

    A...
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    If you're using proper form and going through a...

    If you're using proper form and going through a full ROM you shouldn't need any supplementary core strengthening exercises. The function of the core musculature in sports requires very little...
  • The body can only handle so much volume per week....

    The body can only handle so much volume per week. If you are training for strength/power you should actually be training more frequently than if you were training for size. You will have similar...
  • The volume seems pretty high. The goal of...

    The volume seems pretty high. The goal of in-season training is to maintain your strength and stay healthy. This is generally done with 1-3 sets of 1-5 reps on your core lifts and throw in a few sets...
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    I'll agree with everyone else in saying don't buy...

    I'll agree with everyone else in saying don't buy one, but you're going to anyway, so might as well buy the most expensive one you can find. While you're at it, pick up a pair of Strength Shoes.
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    Dynamic Warm-Up

    Here is a time efficient dynamic warm-up playlist.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uz-g9gFrNCY&list=PL8r0mlW4-bw4jFBD1FUcjfxQOh9oo-4lK

    Most of the stretches/movements should be done 5-10 times per...
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    In reality, legs should be your primary focus....

    In reality, legs should be your primary focus. Scapula stability and anti-rotational core training is important too. Drop that whole "10-15 reps for muscular endurance" BS. Get stronger in the weight...
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    Isn't that true of virtually every profession?

    Isn't that true of virtually every profession?
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    Nothing screams power quite like squatting 20% of...

    Nothing screams power quite like squatting 20% of your 1RM for sets of 25....
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    Alright you vultures, I had the chance to play...

    Alright you vultures, I had the chance to play around with some CSS today and made some styling changes. I'll see if I can add in a border around the green font to make it stand out better this...
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    #1 I'm trying to figure out a way to have the...

    #1 I'm trying to figure out a way to have the canvas one color and the background another. I'm not the most tech savvy so I may need to outsource some of the polishing.

    Good advice on #2 and #3....
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    Critique My Website

    I recently rebranded my business and created a new website. She's only about a month old, so I plan to continually tweak things as I get the time.

    Let me know if you have any suggestions.
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    Speed squats and bouncing are two separate...

    Speed squats and bouncing are two separate things. Bouncing would involve releasing tension just before the bottom of a squat and using the elastic qualities of the ligaments in the knee to get a...
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    Just like Krakkerz said, the bounce is used for...

    Just like Krakkerz said, the bounce is used for weightlifters and powerlifters to lift more weight. As an athlete, the ultimate goal is to improve power/speed, not necessarily lift more weight. By...
  • Direct hip flexor work is definitely under...

    Direct hip flexor work is definitely under programmed by most coaches (myself included). I suppose most coaches believe that just because a muscle is overactive it is also strong, but that usually...
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    I attended a really good presentation on this...

    I attended a really good presentation on this topic a few months back. The researchers were looking for the ideal work-to-rest ratio for hockey specific energy systems training. To do this, the...
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    Here is a good video that explains how the...

    Here is a good video that explains how the hamstring does not (or at least should not) lengthen during a squat/lunge.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHTZuQHYgAQ
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    Of course there is activity, but there is little...

    Of course there is activity, but there is little to no change in length.
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    Sprinting while you're sore/fatigued is going to...

    Sprinting while you're sore/fatigued is going to be largely a waste of time and energy, and only make it harder for you to train next time around. I would evaluate what parameter is most important to...
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    Weight gain is a result of your diet, not...

    Weight gain is a result of your diet, not training style. If you don't want to gain weight, don't eat more calories than you burn. Your training program should be the same as anyone else that is...
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