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Santana J.C.,Institute of Human Performance | Fukuda D.H.,University of Oklahoma
Strength and Conditioning Journal | Year: 2011

Throughout the last decade, various forms of training have come to the forefront of fitness, strength, and conditioning. Exercises from strongman competitions, functional training, and other genres have been combined into a unique style of training. This style of training offers a diverse collection of methods that, if properly applied, can serve as an excellent tool for personal trainers and strength and conditioning coaches to apply with athletes. © National Strength and Conditioning Association. Source


Santana J.C.,Institute of Human Performance | Mcgill S.M.,University of Waterloo | Brown L.E.,California State University, Fullerton
Strength and Conditioning Journal | Year: 2015

THE PURPOSE OF THIS ARTICLE IS TO EXPAND A CONCEPT SURROUNDING THE ROTATIONAL FUNCTION AND TRAINING OF THE BODY'S CORE. MORE THAN A DECADE AGO, A MODEL WAS PROVIDED BY WHICH TO OBSERVE AND TRAIN THE CORE, WHICH WAS BASED ON A PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED THEORY REGARDING THE SERAPE EFFECT. THE PURPOSE OF THIS ARTICLE IS TO EXPAND ON THAT MODEL, THE ORIGINAL SERAPE EFFECT, AND TO PROVIDE A MORE COMPLETE MODEL FOR ANALYSIS AND TRAINING OF THE BODY'S CORE. © 2015 National Strength and Conditioning Association. Source


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Institute Of Human Performance | Date: 1986-01-14

COMPUTER PROGRAMS RECORDED ON CARDS, TAPES AND DISCS FOR ANALYSIS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS.


Fig G.,Institute of Human Performance | Fig G.,Institute of Human Performance
Strength and Conditioning Journal | Year: 2010

The purposeofthis column is to talk about the different ways an increase in power can improve swim performance. After the definition of power is established, the different components of a swim race that benefit from increased power output will be discussed. Finally, we will go over training methods. Copyright © National Strength and Conditioning Association. Source

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