Author: Grant Skinner

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  • Why Female Athletes Need To Strength Train – Part 2

    In Part one of this blog, we spoke about early specialization, Preparation for the future and reducing risk of injury. Today we will go over the other more looked over benefits of strength training for female athletes! 3.       Increases in Strength                                                                                 Developing an athletes strength capacity can be significantly enhanced through a program that […]

  • Has your bench press hit a plateau?

    There is a small but mighty trick to break through, switch to a DB chest press and get the most bang for your buck. The strongest, smartest lifters don’t bench-press with their upper arms 90 degrees from their sides; they tuck their elbows in on the descent to get more power and reduce the risk […]

  • Squat Depth: How low should I go?

    The squat is one of the most well known, if not the most well-known exercise for developing lower body strength. One of the age-old questions in the athletic community and strength and conditioning world is how low should I go? This post aims to delve into this topic and provide insight into how low one […]

  • 48 hours left….

    Speed…speed and more speed! Other than specific skill for you sport; speed is the one attribute all coaches are looking for in athletes. Its not as simple as just running a few sprints daily. This summer I will take 10 athletes and GUARANTEE their results. YES GUARANTEED Email me personally at: ljusdanis@sstcanada.com

  • Speed Training- Parents are you doing it right? MY RANT – Part 3

    Part 3- can you start and stop quickly? Ok if you are back reading then you really want your son/ daughter to get faster. Before I get into what I believe very important for stop/ starting I ask these questions: Does your son / daughter: Stand tall when changing directions Slow changing directions Takes extra […]

  • Do you have the correct stance?

    Offensive line play is one of the hardest positions in sports to truly master because of the amount of technique that is involved with every movement during a play. When coaching OL one of the most important parts of coaching OL is having a great stance! It goes back to the old saying, “if you […]

  • Top 3 ways to condition Linemen- not what you think!!

    ***Top Three Alert*** Offensive Line Conditioning Conditioning Offensive Line and Defensive athletes is harder than you may think. Naïve people think that you can condition and OL athlete just like a skill position, but they couldn’t be more wrong. Skill positions run a very long distance on most plays without must strain. OL and DL […]

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