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This blog post is based on the recent draft pick from the Toronto Raptors – Bruno Caboclo. Good or Bad…time will tell, or are we facing a bigger problem with the NBA?
“In reality, no amateur draft is more […]
With the NBA draft this coming Thursday, let’s take a look at Andrew’s Wiggin vertical jump – courtesy of our friends at P3. This is an awesome group, headed by Dr. Marcus Elliott. They are doing great things and […]
Improving your vertical jump is just a matter of simple addition…make sure you have enough of each of these 7 categories, and you will FLY!
DETERMINANTS OF VERTICAL JUMP HEIGHT:Simple List!
1 – Motor Coordination and Timing (5)
2 – Reactiveness/Elasticity (4)
Screen Capture from http://www.bsmpg.com/2014-summer-seminar/
I’m excited to be in Boston, once again for the Boston Sports Medicine and Performance Group Conference. Art Horne and his group out of Northeastern, consistently does a great job hosting the event, putting a star-studded […]
FITS Toronto would like to formally invite you the 1st Annual Hockey Sports Science Presentation on May 3rd at 1:30pm – 2:30pm. This talk is exclusively for hockey coaches and interested parents and takes place at our new location […]
After almost 4 years as an athletic development coach at FITS, it is time for me (Cory) to take the next step in my career. I will continue to help athletes reach their Olympic dreams, this time in Montreal!
Welcome back to our Volleyball Training Tip of the Week Series!
Today we are discussing Sprinting and why it is important for Volleyball athletes to sprint in their training programs. Often we see some change of direction and jumping, since […]
After reading research I take some time to think about the take home points, how I can apply it to my practice (either performance or in clinic), additional questions that pop into my head, concerns about the methodology, and […]