Strength & Conditioning

Physically preparing athletes for the season ahead

Most people want to be given a plan, but I think it would help more in the long run to give coaches the principles to build their own performance prog... more »

Culture is king when building a successful program

I've had some amazing opportunities over the last 10 years, working with some of the best people players and organizations in the world. And as I writ... more »

Recovering from high ankle sprains

Ankle ligament sprains are the most common cause of sports-related disability. The majority of these injuries are associated with an “inversion” m... more »

Staying in postseason shape

As we head toward the postseason, the stakes grow higher and higher. With March Madness looming just around the corner, coaches and players alike are ... more »

Winning starts off the court

Although winning is the world's ultimate quantifiable standard for the word winner, there is more to the story. This is one of my favorite topics to w... more »

Refueling your athletes

What athletes do nutrition-wise following hard workouts is just as important as the physical efforts they undertake. It can, in fact, determine the qu... more »

Maximizing your conditioning sessions

School has started, which means its time to organize your preseason workouts. In addition to maximizing strength and explosiveness training, your prim... more »

Shooting for success during the offseason

I've seen many summer program workouts that specify an amount of shots each player should shoot. Shoot 100 threes, 20 jump shots, 20 jump shots off ... more »

Reggie Miller’s ‘Shooting-Off-The-Dribble’ workout

Each player starts with a spin out and catch on the perimeter anywhere from 15 feet to 3 or 4 feet outside the arc using the whole court. The players ... more »

Statistical Analysis: To Hack Or Not To Hack-A-Shaq


IN MY 31 YEARS of coaching basketball I repeatedly heard the phrase "Never foul the jump shooter." At first glance the statement seems reasonab... more »


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