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Making his second appearance at The Seminar is Dr. Vladimir Issurin.  Most notably recognized for his method of Block Periodization published through Ultimate Athlete Concepts (Vol 1, Vol 2), Dr. Issurin also has an extensive background working with athletes, ranging from 3 Olympic cycles of scientific adviser and head of the scientific group for the USSR Olympic canoe/kayak, and […]


Today we are ecstatic to introduce our 8th presenter for The 2015 Seminar Baylor University’s Director of Applied Performance, Andrew Althoff.  Andrew is in the forefront in this country in High Performance Management working alongside with one of the most reputable performance programs in the country.  His addition to the lineup will bring a great […]

Video Interview with James Madison University’s Olympic Sports High Performance Team

I had the great pleasure of having Dr. Christian Carter and Coach Willie Danzer on campus the other day to hang out and talk training.  It was a great discussion for the afternoon.  These guys are doing great things up in Harrisonburg, and I can’t thank them enough for coming down.  This is the first […]


Making his first appearance on The Seminar docket is University of Wisconsin’s Strength and Conditioning Coach Jim Snider.  “Snides”, as he is known, is one of the top practitioners in the country.  He is involved in the development of athlete’s in both the private and collegiate sector.  His facility Neuro Explosion is one of the top facilities in the country […]


I am beyond excited to have the addition of Port Adelaide Football Club’s Michael Regan.  Michael has been in sports science and high performance for over a decade working with Catapult along with roles with Australian Football Clubs and consulting with college and pro teams across the US.  Michael’s wealth of knowledge in athlete monitoring […]

Off-Season Conditioning: A guest post from Michigan Tech’s Matt Thome

In today’s guest post, Michigan Tech’s Matt Thome discusses the conditioning program he used with the Huskies Men’s Basketball team this off season.  Off-Season Conditioning It seems as though conditioning has become an increasingly popular topic in various strength and conditioning circles over the past few years.  Maybe it’s always been a popular topic but […]


Making his third appearance at The Seminar is University of Iowa’s Olympic Strength and Conditioning Coach and Nutrition Coordinator Landon Evans.  Known as one of the most intelligent coaches in the NCAA, Landon’s diverse background in computer science background combined his extensive background in nutrition allows him to attack the preparation of his athlete’s in […]

Skill Acquisition: A Practiotioner’s Perspective- Part 2, Guest Post from Jeff Moyer

In Part 2 of his series Dynamic Correspondence‘s Jeff Moyer dives into history and various theories of Motor Control, and those who have paved the way for many of today’s theories.  This great synopsis of the works of the pioneers in the field provides great incite into the development of this subject and why it’s important for coaches in regards to […]


Yes he is back.  The man who blew the doors off of The 2013 Seminar with his presentation “The Effect of Aerobic Capacity on Repeated Sprint Performance” is back for a second go around.  This is just another fantastic addition to a lineup that is sure to blow the roof off again this summer.  It is […]

Off Season Field Hockey Training Part 3

Below is the final table. This was the data after the last weeks of training were completed and the final assessments performed. As you can see in the table, several cells contain the letters “DNT”. This stands for “Did not test” due to an injury. I highlighted in green any improvements from the 1st assessment in […]

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