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IGCT Episode #118: Kristin Shuman – “Stick To The Basics”

Kristin Shuman enters her first year as the Idaho State Athletics Director of Strength and Conditioning. Shuman is no stranger to Idaho State University as she has been involved with working with the strength and conditioning program since 2009.

Shuman was the graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach from 2009-2011 and from May 2011-October 2011 she served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach.

After receiving her master’s degree in athletic administration in 2011, Shuman remained in Pocatello as a Graduate Teaching Assistant, and has recently become, and remains, the Human Performance Lab Coordinator in the Sport Science and Physical Education department.

In

By |August 27th, 2015|Episodes|0 Comments

Kevin Hollabaugh – Baseball Warm Up for Overhead Athletes

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 their warm up that they give to all of their baseball players and overhead athletes. Simply follow the video for sets and rep guidelines.

Kevin’s Links:

www.proforcesp.com

Khollabaugh@proforcesp.com

https://vimeo.com/channels/proforce

Designed for those strength coaches who are unable to afford the time or money to do an onsite internship.  Coach McKeefery takes the same 8 lectures and assignments  he gives his interns and put them online.  Each week for eight weeks you will go through the same education program

By |August 26th, 2015|Tribe TV/Blog|0 Comments

IGCT Episode #117: Dan McKim- “How Bad Do You Want It”

Daniel McKim has lead an interesting life, never shying away from trying things. He tried the Scottish Highland Games and turned out being one of the best in recent history: two world titles, four national championships and two world records while he continues his career today. Training and humor are two of his passions, which has made him a large, funny man who is a sought after athlete, speaker and author. McKim resides in the Kansas City area with his wife, Natalie, and their five boys.

In This Episode We Discuss:

His journey as a Strength and Conditioning athlete.
What aspect of his training

By |August 20th, 2015|Episodes|0 Comments

IGCT Episode #116: John Cissik – “Maximum Interval Training”

John Cissik is the president and owner of Human Performance Services, LLC (HPS), which helps athletics professionals solve their strength and conditioning needs. He coaches youth baseball, basketball, and Special Olympics sports and runs fitness classes for children with special needs. He has written 10 books and more than 70 articles on strength and speed training that have been featured in Muscle & Fitness, Iron Man, and track and field and coaching publications. He is also the author of Human Kinetics’ Speed for Sports Performance DVD. Cissik specializes in education, strength training for baseball, basketball, track and field, and speed and agility training. In addition

By |August 13th, 2015|Episodes, Uncategorized|1 Comment

IGCT Episode #115: Doug Smith – “A Mile Deep And A Inch Wide”

Doug Smith has been the head strength and conditioning coach at Juniata since 1997. He is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Brumbaugh Strength and Fitness Centerand works with teams and individuals who have specifically designed workout sessions. Smith is certified with the NSCA and the National Academy of Sports Medicine and also has his certificate from the USA Weightlifting Federation of Coaching. Smith has organized and been the director of the Pennsylvania State Strength and Conditioning Clinic and has served as a spring training consultant to Major League Baseball’s Texas Rangers.  Doug recently won the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s award for Strength Coach of the Year for 2015. He also runs one of the most reputable underground strength and conditioning

By |August 6th, 2015|Episodes|0 Comments