Strength and conditioning coaches normally understand what the S stands for in S&C. But how do you define the C? In August we put together a variety of resources, including 2 new video lessons, 3 new podcast episodes, and 4 detailed training articles. Below you’ll find links to all our new resources and some highlights from our archives on the topic. As always, become a Plus Member to make sure you get access to all of the vast resources on the site.
Resources on training speed
New videos and podcasts
- Video lesson: Circuit training with Vern Gambetta
- Video lesson: Wrestling with Andy Stone
- HMMR Podcast 203: Conditioning, ranting, and throwing
- HMMR Podcast 204: Reconditioning (with Leigh Egger)
- GAINcast 167: Testing use and abuse
- The circuit training rule book by Vern Gambetta
- How to make better circuits by Nick Garcia
- Rethinking conditioning for contact sports by Nick Hill
- Finding the first step: how to optimize training to start the season by Martin Bingisser
- Vern Gambetta writes about the concept and application of work capacity. He also put together an earlier version of this series which might be insightful (Part 1, Part 2).
- Thoughts on conditioning and endurance needs of throwers.
- James de Lacey covered contact conditioning and preparing athletes for impact, which was also discussed in his appearance on HMMR Podcast 168.
- GAINcast 99: Fitness and endurance training for team sports
- HMMR Podcast 182: Metabolic conditioning
- HMMR Podcast 134: Endure and recover (with Nick Lumley)
- HMMR Podcast 36: Strength and endurance (with Steve Magness)
- GAINcast 91: Endurance methods and concepts
- GAINcast 76: Foundation training
- GAINcast 104: Polarized training (with Stephen Seiler)
- GAINcast 95: Endurance planning (with John Larralde)
- HMMR Podcast 12: The offseason
- GAINcast 49: Reconditioning (with Bill Knowles)