Corbin Loubert

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Keep The Passion, No Matter What: Your Success Depends On It

Are you passionate enough to succeed as a strength coach? Here's how to keep focused on what matters most as a strength coach.

Here Are The 4 Key Relationships That Every Strength Coach Should Invest In (And How To Navigate Them)

Maintaining and growing your interpersonal relationships will play a large role in your development as a strength coach. Here's how to knock it out …

The Death Of Expertise

I am (or at least think I am) an expert. Not on everything, but in a particular area of human knowledge, specifically social science and public …

How to Make a Readiness Monitoring Using a Simple Wellness Questionnaire [Addendum]

<b>Click here to read the first part of the article »</b><p><b>Click here to read the second part of the article »</b><p><b>Click here to read the third part of the article</b> …

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Building a Champion

I think part of the reason for my passion as a coach was my inability to find someone to help me on my path to my athletic goals in my younger years. …

Acceleration and Power: Breaking Down the Start

This past summer, I was lucky enough to spend some time with JB Morin. I was excited because I am always interested in learning more about …

Coach Stuart McMillan’s Best Books of 2016 | Elite athlete training environment

<b>We are happy to present the fourth installment of ALTIS Performance Director and Sprint Coach Stuart McMillan’s ‘Best of’ Books.</b><p><i>“Some books are to be</i> …

A Harvard psychologist says people judge you based on 2 criteria when they first meet you

Harvard Business School professor Amy Cuddy has been studying first impressions alongside fellow psychologists Susan Fiske and Peter Glick for more than 15 years, and has discovered patterns in these interactions.<p>In her new book, "Presence," Cuddy says that people quickly answer two questions when …

Harvard Business School

Programming for Resisted Sled Sprint Training

This article is the second part of a mini-series on resisted sled sprint (RSS) training. Please read Part 1 first. This article will not deliver the …

Resisted Sled Sprint Training - Part 1 - Methods of Sled Load Prescription

Resisted sled sprint (RSS) training is an effective method to improve linear sprint performance – but how do we load the sled?<p>This article will …

The Less-Traveled Road: Frans Bosch’s Path to Contextual Strength Training

As a high school coach, I’m often asked questions about strength training. This includes the question: “Have I evolved beyond the deadlifting …

Exercise

A Deeper Look into Medicine Ball Training

If it weren’t for medicine ball training in high school, I would have gone to college to become an architect. Although, I was never a great athlete, …

Exercise

4 Things I Learned From Frans Bosch

Dutch coach Frans Bosch started quite the conversation last year when he released the English edition of his book Strength Training and Coordination: …

4 Stages for Building Grit in Your Children

One of the most significant indicators of how successful someone will be is his or her level of grit, or dedication to and passion for pursuing a …

How to Make an Academy System of Sport Succeed: Focus on More Than Just Sport

<b>Freelap Friday Five with Richard Evans, Right to Dream Football Academy in Ghana</b><p>Right to Dream Africa is a purpose-built, fully residential academy …

5 Reasons Why Strength Coaches Love the Raptor Test [And You Will Too]

Ask a dozen coaches what they do in the weight room for power testing and you will almost certainly get a dozen answers. Most mention something …

Stop touting the crazy hours you work. It helps no one.

By Jena McGregor<p>, Reporter<p>As Labor Day approaches, and a single day of rest from all the hours we Americans spend on the job is upon us, people can't seem to stop talking about the crazy hours they work.<p>One of the most-read articles on the Wall Street Journal's web site last week was a piece about …

World Economic Forum

Repetition Without Repetition

Just Breathe

I lost a lifelong friend this week. Everything in your personal life can be on track when you get hit with information like that, and it will still …

Setting an Atmosphere for Success

Atmosphere is a critical ingredient to the success of any organization. Whether the goal is business success, sports success, or family success, the …

Which Way Should S&C Go?

I love the clips of Bugs Bunny looking for Albuquerque. Growing up, this was my favorite cartoon to watch with my dad. Looking back on Bugs now, I …

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Impact — Do You Understand Yours?

As coaches, as strength coaches particularly, we need to be very competent in our given trade. We need to understand the needs analysis of the sport …

Expectations vs. Suggestions

I realize that I am not as young as I used to be. My body's ability to recover from training, my brain, or perhaps the grey hair starting to appear — …

Tweaking the APRE Cluster Method

I originally wrote about how we tweaked the APRE protocol months ago. Since then, we’ve made a few more tweaks and come up with something a little …

18 Survival Tips for Coaches

I grew up in a coach’s house and witnessed the toll that coaching takes on a family. My father coached for 47 years and won 644 games as a basketball …