Fix Your Squat: 4 Tips & Tricks

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We believe the squat to be one of, if not the most important movement in which all athletes should become proficient. Learning a proper squat is crucial for athletes as it has applications in strength, mobility, stamina, injury prevention, and above all, sets a great foundation of strength and movement mechanics. While a relatively simple movement, we see a number …

How a Nationally Ranked HS Trains its Athletes

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Loyola Academy in Illinois is an athletic powerhouse. In the last decade, their football program has made 4 State Final appearances, which included a Championship and a Top-20 national Ranking. During the same span, the girls and boys Lacrosse teams have absolutely dominated, combining for over 15 State Championship appearances and numerous titles. Basketball is always competitive, girls soccer was …

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Improve Your Clean: 3 Part Drill

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The clean, and all of its variations, is an incredible tool for athletic development, as well as general fitness. When executed properly, this one movement can help an athlete improve in all of these areas. Overall Strength & Power Coordination/Full-Body Proprioception Balance Mobility That being said, many coaches and athletes ignore the highly technical nature of the Clean. In order …

From Football to Physical Education: Training Together

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At St. Paul High School in Nebraska, a smaller school comprised of just a few hundred kids, Rusty Fuller serves as the Physical Education director for grades 7th through 12th, and is the Head Football Coach. Like many schools across the country, St. Paul has recently initiated a school-wide approach to fitness and physical training. The goal was to bring …