The HPCT #6: It’s All in The Hips, Happy!

The High-Performance Chalk Talk #6  *This is the sixth installation of what will become a weekly email covering high-performance training.  Top 5 Hip Mobility Movements “It’s All in The Hips, Happy. It’s all in the hips.” – Chubbs Peterson There is not an athlete on this planet that does not need to be relentlessly working Read more about The HPCT #6: It’s All in The Hips, Happy![…]

The HPCT #5: From In-Season to Off-Season (PART 2)

The High-Performance Chalk Talk #5 *This is the fifth installation of what will become a weekly email covering high-performance training.   Block 1 – Football Off-Season The season is wrapping up and it is time to begin looking at how to attack your off-season strength and conditioning program.  In our last installment of the HPCT, Read more about The HPCT #5: From In-Season to Off-Season (PART 2)[…]

The HPCT #4: How to Successfully Transition from the In-Season to the Off-Season

The High-Performance Chalk Talk #4 This is the fourth installation of what will become a weekly email covering high-performance training. How to Successfully Transition from the In-Season to the Off-Season For football athletes, the end of the season is not something they look forward to, however, for a strength and conditioning coach the end of Read more about The HPCT #4: How to Successfully Transition from the In-Season to the Off-Season[…]

HPCT #3: Four Year Model for Progressing High School Athletes

The High-Performance Chalk Talk #3 This is the third installation of what will become a weekly email covering high-performance training.  4 Year Model for Progressing High School Athletes I am a firm believer that a high school athlete should be provided with a top-notch training program within their high school which provides them with the Read more about HPCT #3: Four Year Model for Progressing High School Athletes[…]

HPCT #2 – Top 3 Ways to Develop Athleticism in the Weight Room

The High-Performance Chalk Talk #2 High Performance, as I define it, is optimal human movement, recovery, and strength training.  Top 3 Ways to Develop Athleticism in the Weight Room: Walk into any collegiate weight room and you will see one common occurrence… …The strongest players on the team rarely play!  They are strong, but not Read more about HPCT #2 – Top 3 Ways to Develop Athleticism in the Weight Room[…]