How To Work With Injured Young Athletes

Brilliant examples of how to work with injured young athletes: Prevent 30% More of Injured Young Athletes? Click Here ==>

High School Strength & Conditioning (Video)

High School Strength & Conditioning Rules: The power and necessity of education… Coaching High School Strength & Conditioning is no joke. Watch This: Have Are You One of the ONLY People Who HASN’T Seen This? Quickly ==>

Youth Fitness: Outcome vs Form Coaching

Youth Fitness Coaching Principles What is the difference between Outcome-Based Coaching and Form-Based Coaching? When is one more important than the other? When should you NOT use one versus the other? This video will clear everything up regarding Youth Fitness coaching: Have you seen the Art of Coaching? Have a Look –>

The Youth Fitness Niche Market

Quality Youth Fitness Coaches are in need… … But where are the kids? Watch this: How Did Dave Gleason find the youth fitness clients? He Started Here –>

Speed & Strength For Young Athlete Development

Chris Scarborough is a professional Strength & Conditioning Coach who specializes in Young Athlete Development. His information is top-notch and reflects his unprecedented knowledge of this topic. BG: What’s your background in youth sports and athletics? Have you trained a lot of young athletes? CS: As a young athlete myself many years ago, I was always interested in the conditioning aspect of sport. In 1995 I became licensed as a Physical Therapy Assistant in the State of Alabama and took a job in an outpatient therapy clinic that had a lot of patients that.. More »

Sport Specific Youth Training: Part 2

Sport Specific Youth Training Principles The following are some guidelines for training and developing figure skaters from an athletic and functional perspective: Promote concepts of multilateral development. This is a hard pill to swallow within the world of figure skating due to the fact that many coaches, parents and trainers are interested in pushing the limits with young kids in the hopes of national and international success. Your job as a parent or coach with young skaters is to introduce them to as much athletic stimulus as possible. The nervous system of a young athlete is malleable and.. More »

Sport Specific Youth Training: Part 1

Insert/edit linkYouth Training Enter the destination URL URL Title Open link in a new window/tab Or link to existing content Search No search term specified. Showing recent items. Top 4 Alternatives for Olympic Lifts When Training Young Athletes2012/07/16 Beat the Heat To Keep Fit2012/07/09 Misuse Of Speed And Agility Training2012/07/05 Training Young Athletes: Are You Coaching an Entitled Child?2012/07/02 Kettlebell Training: It’s All About Progressions2012/06/27 Trinidad & TobagoPage Cueing Athletes2012/06/25 Using Complexes In Warm Ups to Improve The Skills Of Young Athletes2012/06/21 Youth Speed Training & Development: Speed is a Skill2012/06/19 Evaluating Yourself As A Coach2012/06/13 Your Youth Fitness Business.. More »

Exactly How to Become The Best Youth Coach Possible…

OK… Here are the definitions that were emailed to me. What do you think? (1) Balance The ability to remain centered while center of gravity changes within static, dynamic, locomotive and non-locomotive action (2) Rhythm The ability to express timing (3) Movement The ability or aptitude to be locomotive through varying levels and directions (4) Strength The ability to express force (5) Mobility The ability to move within free and full ranges (6) Tactical The ability to demonstrate strategic or intentional action in order to produce a desired outcomes Become a Youth.. More »

The Early Youth Specialization Debate

Youth Specialization Interview Juan Carlos is the director and CEO of the Institute of Human Performance in Boca Raton Florida. His training methodologies have been successfully applied to the full spectrum of the population; youth, geriatrics, rehabilitation and elite athletes. He has authored numerous articles, books and videos, on various topics involving optimum physical performance. BG: What’s your background in youth sports and athletics? Have you trained a lot of young athletes? JC: I’ve been a competitive athlete for over 3 decades. I started with little league when I was 7 and I’ll compete in the.. More »

Youth Sports Training or Youth Fitness?

Youth Sports Training Vs Fitness How can you engage your young athletes with more than just ‘training programs’? Is there a difference between ‘Youth Fitness’ and ‘Youth Sports Training’? Watch This: Your Key to Training ALL Young People (Athletes & Non-Athletes) Is Right Here –>

Young Athletes & Their Parents

Do you involve Parents in your Young Athletes training programs? Should you? Does long-term success INCREASE when you do? Why and How you can involve Parents in your facility or Young Athletes training programs to ensure success… Speaking Of Long Term Success, Look At This: –>

Speed Training for High School Athletes

Speed Training for High School Athletes; Isn’t about ‘running’, ‘cone drills’, ‘speed ladders’ or even ‘sprinting’… Watch this: Absolutely EVERYTHING You Need to Know About Speed Training for High School Athletes —>

Teaching the Squat For Young Athletes

Ever seen an instructional video that talked you through how to teach a squat to young athletes WITHOUT actually showing you? This one you have to see… Learn More About ‘Skill Sets’ and Teaching the Squat For Young Athletes. Here —>

Youth Speed Training & Inuries

What kinds of programming and coaching information did Dave Gleason offer you in my new ‘Youth Speed Training’ system? Enjoy this video (actual footage from the ‘Youth Speed Training’ system):

The Youth Speed Training System

How much would you pay for a blueprint youth training system that included: 5 Hours of Video Instruction 2.5 Hours of Audio Education 30+ Sample Programs Now, how much would you pay when you found out it was created by some of the very best Youth Speed Training Coaches in the world:

Youth Speed Training Mistakes

Youth Speed Training Expert Opinions Coach Robert Dos Remedios is considered one of the best Strength Coaches in College sports. And he agrees. So does Sue Falsone. Sue is the former Head Physical Therapist for the Los Angeles Dodgers and current Director of Physical Therapy for the vaunted ‘Athletes Performance’ facility in Arizona. The ability of an athlete to become ‘elite’, ‘professional’ or ‘world-class’ is based almost entirely on what kind of development happened when they were young. Coach Dos explained to me how puzzled and frustrated his is year-in and year-out to have all-state.. More »

Olympic Lifts and Young Athletes?

Young Athletes Performing Olympic Lifts? Yes or No? Teach them so you can use them in programming? Recognize space, time and technique limitations so teach ‘3-joint-explosition’ in a different way? Lots of opinions regarding Young Athletes… … And I want to hear yours. Leave your thoughts below:

Youth Sports Training Technique: Part 3

Youth Sports Training ********************************************************************** The Importance of Speed Training for Young Athletes… Click Here —> ********************************************************************** Open versus Closed Habits? ‘Part 3’: The core of technique development or learning is in the action of achieving perfect sensory-motor habits. A sensory-motor habit is simply a “learned activity of sensory and motor processes intentionally practiced to the point of nationalization”. From a physiological perspective, this entails creating a permanent conditional reflex connection that enables the exact same motor reactions to respond to the same stimuli. The development of a sensory-motor habit occurs through many.. More »

Youth Sports Training Technique: Part 2

Group One, Group Two & Group Three youth sports training classifications… But what else? Here’s Part 2: How efficiently an athlete learns the technical skills of a sport, strength training exercise or movement is determined by several variables – Age – Complex skills are often understood and comprehended better by more mature athletes (although individual exceptions certainly apply). Emotional State – Relaxed and easy-going athletes tend to learn and reproduce new skills better than athletes who are uptight and self-critical. Motivation

Youth Sports Training Technique: Part 1

I found this archived article and wanted desperately to bring it to your attention. There is SO MUCH MORE to youth sports training than just selecting some exercises and counting reps… ‘Part 1’: Demonstrating good technique from a sporting perspective involves applying optimal movement ability in order to accomplish or solve a particular task effectively.  A young athlete, for instance, who demonstrates sound technical ability while running is getting from point A to point B in an effective manner. Technical ability in a sport is typically the underlying measure for potential success. Good athletes are more often.. More »