It is important for athletes to understand how travel during the competition season affects their bodies. Often times, elite athletes have to travel all over the globe to attend different sporting events. It is essential that athletes find ways to manage the negative effects of travel so that their bodies don’t unnecessarily suffer. Here are some tips to help beat the negative effects of travel.Read More
Sport coaches are involved in nearly every aspect of training for their athletes. Designing practices, setting game schedules and incorporating a strength program are all important aspects of proper coaching. By allowing BridgeAthletic to implement a strength program for their team, these coaches have already taken a step to better focus their time and utilize their expertise. Bridge training has allowed these coaches to monitor and control their strength program, while converting the time spent before on designing strength workouts to time spent with their athletes to improve their performance. However, that control can be lost to coaches who do not understand the Bridge programs and its facets.Read More
The BridgeAthletic training platform offers pre-built training blocks and a comprehensive movement library created by EXOS, all in an easy-to-use format.Read More
Every day we hear championship stories about how BridgeAthletic's strength training software is helping coaches and athletes achieve their goals and overcome obstacles. By making coaches more efficient, the department more connected, and athletes' development more accessible, the BridgeAthletic strength training software takes athletic programs to the next level. These stories motivate us to build better athletes in all sports around the world. Featured in this #BridgeBuilt Series is Jordan Webb, the University of Notre Dame’s Associate Strength and Conditioning Coach and Head of Sports Science, who talks about the success his team of coaches and athletes has using BridgeAthletic’s platform.