Posts Tagged with "Lee Taft"

Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 1/17/20

BUT FIRST…I’M LIKE, REALLY, REALLY IMPORTANT (Things I’ve appeared in, places I’m going, you know, important stuff) 1. (De)-Constructing the Deadlift & Squat – Stoneham, MA: Sunday, January 26, 2020 ** EARLY BIRD rate ends this weekend (1/19/20). I’m teaming up with Brad Cox of ACUMobility for this 6-hour workshop where we’ll discuss hip assessment and, you… Read more

Using External Cueing To Improve Linear Acceleration

“I’m not fast, but I like to pretend I am on the internet.” Me Okay, I’m kinda fast. Well, I mean, as far as 39 year olds who are roughly 15 years removed from playing any competitive sports are concerned, I’m lightening quick. Besides, baldness increases aerodynamics right? Truth be told: as a strength and… Read more

Become a Certified Speed and Agility Coach: Like, a Real One, And Not Just Someone Who Sets Up a Speed Ladder

Yesterday renowned speed and agility coach, Lee Taft, released his new course Certified Speed and Agility Coach (CSAC). As the name implies, it’s a certification. Eric Cressey wrote a well-written article yesterday on his blog elucidating the meaning of that word…certification. Are certifications worth investing in? Which ones are the best? Which ones are the… Read more

Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 2/13/15

Gentle reminder fellas: Valentine’s Day is tomorrow. But I’m sure I didn’t have to say anything because as every guy reading who has a girlfriend, fiancee, wife, or is within a tw0-mile radius of anyone who’s a raging case of estrogen is fully aware…..50 Shades of Grey opens in theaters this weekend. It’s pretty much going… Read more

The D’Angelo of Strength and Conditioning?

I’m not bashful when it comes to admitting my weaknesses as a coach. I did it before when I wrote a post not long ago explaining why I don’t include the Olympic lifts into my programs, and I’ll do it again today. Ready? Speed and explosive training is not my strong suit. This is not to… Read more