Bridging the Gap Between Elite and Recreational in Return to Sport Protocols, by Patrick Marti
For athletes at any level, serious injuries can not only derail their progress in the sport, but also threaten a […]
Total Athlete Management with Sebastian Pisano of Wesport
The act of “managing” athletes tends to bring two completely separate images to mind: either an agent negotiating contracts and […]
The Next Generation of German Sprint Training
Digital natives are changing the course of speed development for Germany’s fastest sprinters. Following a long tradition rooted in Soviet […]
Individualizing Speed Training in the Bundesliga with Patrick Eibenberger
Competing in the top tier of German football (soccer), Borussia Mönchengladbach play a season that begins at the end of one […]
Improving Sprint Speed in High School Athletes, By Kyle Davey
Kyle Davey, Coordinator of Athletic Performance at RE_Building by NWRA in Salem, OR, lays out his methods for using resisted sprint sessions with the 1080 Sprint to improve speed with high school athletes.
Building the Athlete First—Magnus Norman on Guiding Tennis Players from Good to Great
Magnus Norman, formerly a top-ranked Swedish tennis pro and currently an elite professional coach, describes the long term athletic development program at the Good to Great Tennis Academy, where the coaches coordinate to train the next generation of top Swedish players.