4-disc DVD Package
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US Price: $94.95
4 DVDs | Length: 175 min
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Bring your strongest effort to the field, court, or mat. Strength for Sports Performance provides the tools to build a program for your needs, your sport, and your goals.
Through a series of self-assessments, you will identify areas of improvement and establish a baseline for your training regimen. Then, incorporate functional strength exercises designed for the movement patterns, muscle contractions, and energy demands of a variety of sports. In addition, learn to include nonstandard equipment exercises, using items such as chains and tires, to complement your standard program with variable and dynamic resistance training.
Sample training programs may also be customized to your sports seasonal workout schedule and position demands. Best of all, these programs and workouts may be printed from the DVD, so you can take instruction directly into the gym. Developed by Allen Hedrick, the head strength and conditioning coach at the United States Air Force Academy, the Strength for Sports Performance DVD will help you maximize training time for peak performance in competition.
Allen Hedrick, CSCS*D, is the head strength and conditioning coach for the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He also has served as the strength and conditioning coordinator for the United States Olympic Training Center and assistant strength and conditioning coach at California State University at Fresno. In these roles, Hedrick has provided hands-on training for athletes in a variety of sports, including field hockey, Greco-Roman wrestling, football, and speed skating.
Hedrick has published more than 80 articles in various professional journals, and he has presented at more than 25 conferences and clinics on topics related to strength and conditioning. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and was selected as the 2003 Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year by the NSCA.