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Jumps

Jumps

Many types of jumping movements can be readily arranged into a progressive curriculum by the imaginative coach who is able to link the principles of sound technique to the jumping context. read more
Musculoskeletal System

Musculoskeletal System

The skeletal and muscular systems work together to produce movement. Collectively, they are referred to as the musculoskeletal system. read more
Baseball and softball (throwing) program

Baseball and softball (throwing) program

The interval sport return program for baseball and softball (throwing) is designed to gradually return motion and strength to (and confidence in) the throwing arm after injury or surgery by slowly progressing through graduated throwing distances. read more
Overhead Pressing

Overhead Pressing

As mentioned in the section on vertical and horizontal pulling, straight bars determine the bar path and the shoulder motion for the lifter. Like the individual handles on the newer functional trainers or the handles of a suspension trainer, dumbbells allow the shoulder to have more freedom. read more
Three types of Masters Athletes

Three types of Masters Athletes

Not all masters runners are created alike. Because of differences in training background and motivation, some masters athletes experience a period of record-setting racing while others struggle to ward off a steady decline. read more
Leadership Mindset

Leadership Mindset

Leadership is a way of thinking. It begins in the head of each player with a desire to achieve and a willingness to take responsibility. read more
Foundational Movement 1: Squats

Foundational Movement 1: Squats

To use squats as part of a HIIT program, you need to understand why they are done and how to perform them. Squats are foundational moves because they are part of everyday activities in which body weight is evenly distributed through both feet (e.g., bending down to pick something up off the floor, lowering into a chair or onto a toilet seat). read more
Can good judgment lead to a misadventure?

Can good judgment lead to a misadventure?

Good judgment and decision making characterize effective outdoor leaders. read more
Pose: Triangle and Extended Triangle

Pose: Triangle and Extended Triangle

Triangle pose and extended triangle pose represent a strong mental and physical foundation formed by the two bottom points of the triangle. read more
When to start training children for distance running

When to start training children for distance running

Research shows that, pound for pound, normally active 6- to 8-year-olds have V\od\O2max values as high as, or sometimes even higher than, recreational adult runners who train 30 to 40 miles (about 48 to 64 km) a week. read more
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