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What are your philosophies for athlete development? When it comes to athlete development first and foremost, we want to have research guide what we do. There are tried and true strength and conditioning methods that have stood the test of time and we want those principles...

Introduction The in-season training period is arguably the most important time of year for basketball players. Yet is often described as a “maintenance period” with much less of an emphasis placed on training than during the off-season. With a regular season that lasts in the upwards...

Most strength coaches will tell you there are one or two jobs across the country that, if vacant, they would always throw their hat in the ring for. The Assistant Athletics Director for Athletic Performance role at Stony Brook University was that position for me. I...

A fueling station allows athletes to fit fast, nutritious snacks into their busy schedules. Here’s how Stony Brook University implemented one without breaking the budget. Since the NCAA deregulated fueling for Division I schools in 2014, some athletic departments have spent millions of dollars on performance...

One of the most popular topics these days in the human performance realm is mental toughness. Sport and strength and conditioning coaches around the world chase this quality in prospective athletes and it seems everyone is trying to figure out how to quantify and develop...