Rugby Strength and Conditioning: The Force Velocity Curve

In this video we talk about the force velocity curve and how to apply it to your rugby strength and conditioning program. Hi guys I’m Jamie Bain from rugby renegade.com where we help rugby players get stronger, fitter, faster and stay injury free so they can dominate their opposition on the rugby field. Todays video […]

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Hand, Wrist & Grip Strength Training for the Hockey Athlete & Athletic Trainer – Part I

one of my passions has always been in the treatment and the training of the hockey athlete we’ve been doing training with hockey athletes for well over 20 years and one of the flaws we saw very quickly as we especially as we look at injuries was in the way the hockey athlete trains for […]

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The Rules of Olympic Weightlifting – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains, the Rules of Olympic Weightlifting The object of the game is to lift more combined weight than your opponents. Weightlifting, sometimes referred to as Olympic Weightlifting is a true test of strength and power. Weightlifters are separated into weight class and must successfully lift a barbell with weights over their heads with complete […]

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6D™ SLIDING – Improve badminton players performance and prevent injuries

My name is Casper Wiklund And I am a coach and activity manager at Lyngby Badminton Club We have made a corporation with 6-Directions Because this is a super super useful and fun tool to use Some of the things that are very interesting to us are that many of these injury prevention exercises which […]

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Anatomy of an Ice Hockey Player: the Strength and Recovery of Jenn Wakefield

We’ve taken six of the world’s top athletes to find out what it takes to make a true Olympian… That’s it, come on! ..as we push their bodies to the max. (ANATOMY OF AN ICE HOCKEY PLAYER) Ice hockey is a team game really like no other. They come onto the ice at 100%, they […]

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