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Squat Jumps: Build Explosiveness With This Simple Lower-Body Exercise

Before discussing the benefits of jump squats, we need to explore what the benefits of Olympic lifting and athletic development. Olympic lifting is a...

Master Your Push Press Form to Develop Total-Body Power

The Push Press is an explosive lift that is a derivative of the classic Olympic Lifts. It's one of the best total-body exercises, developing lower-bod...

The Workout Terms and Equipment Athletes Need to Know

If you're new to working out, some of the terms you might hear spoken around the weight room or have read on your workout chart might seem like a fore...

A Simple Strength Training Strategy for Multi-Sport Athletes

Even in this world of kids failing kindergarten entrance exams and specializing in sport at the age of 7; there are still a few athletes that compete...

3 Strength Coaches Predict the Biggest Training Trends for 2017

Fitness trends come and go in the blink of an eye. Everyone heaps praise on a new exercise or style of training one year, then it suddenly disappears ...

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Track and Field In-Season Training With Texas A&M

Texas A&M Track and Field trains hard during the season to maintain their top form and athletic ability, as well as to gain an edge over the rest of their opponents.

The Aggie Tradition at Texas A&M

Texas A&M Track and Field thrower Landon Hartwick talks about the tradition and comradery that is instilled in every athlete who chooses to be an Aggie.

Getting Recruited for Track & Field

Texas A&M Track and Field thrower Landon Hartwick discusses tips for making your name known and how to ensure you get recruited by a top school.

Texas A&M Track and Field: Proper Lifting Technique

Allen Kinley, director of strength and conditioning for Olympic and team sports at Texas A&M, explains how focusing on form--and not weight--for a Front Squat can teach proper movement mechanics.

Creating Speed With Texas A&M Track and Field Sprinters

The Texas A&M Track and Field sprinters perform the Hang Clean to Front Squat to help maintain their speed and power, with coaching by Allen Kinley, director of strength and conditioning for Olympic and team sports.