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DVDs to Watch

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Below are several continuing education DVDs that I suggest you watch.

Mike Boyle’s Functional Strength Coach: Vol 1.  Maybe the best DVD series in the field of strength and conditioning.  Covers everything from assessment to finished program and everything in between.

Lower Body Performance for Sport–Gray Cook and Jeremy Boone.  Shows a good dynamic assessment that I’ve begun to use more frequently as well as training progressions and some unique exercises.

Magnificent Mobility–Eric Cressey and Mike Roberston.  One of the founding products of the dynamic warm up revolution.  If I’m not mistaken, it is actually on sale for 30% off at Eric and Mike’s websites this week.

2005 Biomechanics Conference–Dan Pfaff.  Dan is one of the legends of track and field, so when he speaks I listen.  This seminar on DVD is outstanding, and you’ll undoubtedly walk away with more knowledge than you’ll know what to do with.  Watch it a few times.

Medicine Ball Training–Michael Boyle.  If there is one mode of strength training that seems to be forgotten often in programs, but offers big results, it is the medicine ball.  It is an incredibly versatile tool for developing power, speed endurance, and general endurance while teaching your body how to properly link the upper and lower extremities.


Carson Boddicker

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