Kevin Hollabaugh is former graduate assistant at the University of South Florida under Ron McKeefery. He is the owner of ProForce Sports Performance in Cincinnati, Ohio. Shares one of the different core exercises they are using in Cincinnati. In this video we review how we coach and use the foam roller crush. We will use this exercise to help our athletes learn how to brace. There are two variations that can be used ipsilateral (same side) and contralateral (opposite side), and then we can progress the exercise by making the athlete have to hold a greater range of motion by
Jake Beiting was hired as Astros strength and conditioning coach for the 2013 season. Prior to joining Houston, he had served as the Cleveland Indians minor league strength and conditioning coordinator for five seasons (2008-12).
As coordinator, Beiting worked with players at the Indians Spring Training complex in Goodyear, AZ, which included working with Major League players during the offseason.
He began his career in professional baseball as an intern working in the Cleveland Indians weight room in 2004-05, and later was named strength coach for the Gulf Coast League Indians minor league club in 2007.
Beiting earned a bachelor’s degree in physical
Anthony Glass has been the director of strength and conditioning for Olympic sports at Ohio State since 2000. Glass oversees strength and conditioning efforts for all sports at Ohio State with the exception of football.
He came to Ohio State after four years at the University of Georgia, where he directed all strength and conditioning efforts for 20 sports, with the exception of football, in the Bulldog athletics program.
Prior to his tenure at Georgia, Glass spent one year in a similar position at Boston College. Prior to that he spent four years with the physical conditioning/strength and conditioning program at Northern
Derek Millender joined the Cavaliers from local Cleveland State University (CSU). As the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for four seasons at CSU, he was responsible for the strength and conditioning programs for nearly 300 student-athletes in 17 intercollegiate sports. Prior to that, he served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Cleveland Indians and their Class A and Double-A teams.
In this episode we discuss:
His journey into the Strength and Conditioning field.
Basketball Annual Plan
What a typical training session looks like.
How he motivates superstars.
The best piece of coaching advice he has received.
His favorite quote, Book/App/Website recommendation
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Coach Ted Lambrinides has over 26 years of coaching experience in the field. He served as the Assistant Strength Coach at The Ohio State University where he trained numerous Buckeye All-Americans in a variety of sports. Presently, he serves as a consultant to several NFL teams including the Cincinnati Bengals, the Jacksonville Jaguars and the 2005 World Champion Pittsburgh Steelers. He also consults for numerous major collegiate programs. Ted is also a member of the NCAA speakers bureau where he is nationally know and leading expert on Strength Training Research, Sport Nutrition & Ergogenic Aids.
In this episode we discuss: