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Lifting for Volleyball & Soccer

The following post is written by Nick Cipkus.  Nick works as the Social Media and Marketing Representative for Liberty Performance Training.  Please take a moment to visit his website at https://cipsportbiz1988.wordpress.com/ for insights on small business and sports performance!  When someone hears the phrase, “strength and conditioning,”…

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3 Exercises Every Pitcher Should Be Doing

The following post is written by Nick Cipkus.  Nick works as the Social Media and Marketing Representative for Liberty Performance Training.  Please take a moment to visit his website at https://cipsportbiz1988.wordpress.com/ for insights on small business and sports performance! The middle and end of June is a…

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Athlete Interview

This week we caught up with Harry Markotay, a junior at Chowan University who plays baseball and is looking at breaking into the strength and conditioning field when he graduates. You can follow him on Twitter @harrym0013 to see all the talk about him hitting…

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Advocare – A Rebuttal

Recently, ESPN the Magazine & Outside the Lines produced a scathing report on Advocare, the multimillion dollar supplements and healthy lifestyle company. It is a fairly lengthy read from Mina Kimes (access it here) but allow me to sum it up for you in one…

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Over-The-Counter PEDs

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Over-The-Counter PEDs

This week the quarterback for the Florida Gators, Will Grier, was suspended for one calendar year for testing positive for Performance Enhancing Drugs (PEDs), meaning he will not be eligible to play again until the seventh game of the 2016 season. Jim McElwain, the program’s…

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Education vs Experience?

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How important is education versus experience when dealing with a strength and conditioning coach?  Or perhaps a better question is: why can’t you have both? We all know each kind of trainer.  The first is the one with 7,000 cool guy letters after his name…

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