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How to Leverage Online Training Tools

Posted by BridgeAthletic on Nov 3, 2018 10:14:15 AM

Online Training Tools 

Online training can be very effective and beneficial to your team when implemented correctly. If you decide to take on technology to assist in workflow, make sure it's doing the job you ask of it. Think of this technology as another assistant, implementing progress reports and evaluations of the actual tool is just as important as doing so with an athlete.  So here are some tips for leveraging tech:

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Topics: Coaching Tips

Communicating with Your Athletes

Posted by BridgeAthletic on Nov 3, 2018 10:13:39 AM

Remember earlier when we said, "It all starts with how you are utilizing your time, space and tools while in the gym?"  

Let's get back to that...

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Topics: Coaching Tips

Training Technologies to Leverage with Your Athletes

Posted by BridgeAthletic on Nov 3, 2018 10:13:02 AM

Here's a breakdown of the latest trends in training and tracking your athletes more effectively.

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Your Quick Guide to Periodization

Posted by BridgeAthletic on Nov 3, 2018 10:12:33 AM

Periodized Training

What is that? 

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Creating a Structure for Success

Posted by BridgeAthletic on Nov 3, 2018 10:12:02 AM

Implementing & Evaluating Tools in the Gym

It all starts with how you utilize your time, space and tools while in the gym. Establishing a structure can be an easy way to kick start being more efficient and effective during training. At AS Roma they did just this. They realized that both the organization of their staff and their physical structure were areas that could improve.

What does that mean?

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The Performance Mindset - #5

Posted by Maia Monell on Nov 1, 2018 8:51:00 AM

 

 
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Topics: Performance Trends, Sports Technology, Coaching Tips, Powering Performance

Cultivating Relationships - Part II

Posted by BridgeAthletic on Oct 18, 2018 6:45:00 AM

As we discussed in Part I of this two part blog series, Ramsey Nijem has been able to drive his career with a passion for his work and a dedication to always learn more.  As one of the youngest strength and conditioning coaches in the NBA, he has a refreshing perspective on communicating and learning from those he is surrounded by.

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Topics: Performance Trends, Sports Technology, Coaching Tips, Powering Performance

Creating A Training Culture - Part I

Posted by BridgeAthletic on Oct 12, 2018 8:09:00 AM

In our latest episode of Powering Performance, we were lucky enough to sit down with Sacramento Kings’ Director of S&C and Performance, Ramsey Nijem. He has quickly climbed up the ladder in Strength and Conditioning, starting as UCSB's first intern in their athletic department, to assistant strength coach for the Kings, to where he is now, entering his third season as the head of the Kings' Strength & Conditioning and Performance. He attributes some of his success to good fortune and luck. But, looking more closely at Ramsey's accolades and his ability to thrive as one of the youngest S&C coaches in NBA, we quickly discover his success can be attributed to much more than luck. From his customized, state of the art training facility, to the work-flow he established early on, his passion and determination makes it no surprise that he's quickly become an influencer across the industry. His quintessential thirst for knowledge has allowed him to enter each new stage of his career well prepared to excel and advance his team to the next level. So join us as we dive into how Ramsey Nijem is transforming the landscape for Strength Conditioning and Performance in Sacramento.

Would rather read with your ears? Listen in on this episode here. 

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Topics: Performance Trends, Recovery, Sports Technology, Coaching Tips, Powering Performance

Becoming Coachable - #4

Posted by Maia Monell on Oct 2, 2018 7:30:00 AM

 

 
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Topics: Performance Trends, Coaching Tips, Powering Performance