Strength & Conditioning

Strength & Conditioning is the practical application of exercise prescription in order to improve the physical performance of athletes. For example, it focuses on strength and power training, aerobic and anaerobic development, movement quality, and speed enhancement.

As the world of strength and conditioning is very complex, our aim is to simplify the science so that coaches, athletes, and everybody else can understand how to use these training methods in order to optimise sports performance.

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Basic Movement Patterns

Owen Walker

BASIC MOVEMENT PATTERNS This article discusses how most S&C coaches categorise exercises and use them for exercise prescription. Contents of Article Summary Introduction What are the Basic Movement Patterns? How are they classified? Examples of ... Read more

Countermovement Jump (CMJ)

Owen Walker

Countermovement Jump (CMJ) The countermovement jump (CMJ) is a simple, practical, valid, and very reliable measure of lower-body power. Contents of Article Summary What is the Countermovement Jump (CMJ)? Application Procedure (How to conduct the ... Read more

Wingate Anaerobic Test

Owen Walker

Wingate Anaerobic Test This article will help you to broaden your knowledge around arguably one of the most famous laboratory fitness tests! Contents of Article Summary What is the Wingate Anaerobic test? Application Variations Procedure ... Read more

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Barefoot running: Game-changer or fad?

Matt Klayman

When done correctly, barefoot running has the potential to improve strength of the foot and improve running economy as well. But proper transition from standard training and running shoes is vital.

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