Harassing Hard Drive

photo credit: Josh Rokman When I left Tampa I put my entire life (figuratively) on a 1 terabyte external hard drive.  I thought I would back it up on the shared drive at my new position.  I then learned the hard way a lesson I am hoping you avoid. One week into my new job as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at the University of Tennessee I was working on my computer off the external hard drive when I turned to my desk and heard a my external hard drive crash to the ground.  My chair had caught the

By | March 4th, 2013|Technology, Tribe TV/Blog|4 Comments

Microsoft Excel the Hidden Secret of a Strength Coach

By Angelo James and Patrick O'Neal Excel can be used in many different ways in the strength and conditioning field. You can create programs, keep records of your athlete’s, and calculate your players weight percentages for the upcoming workouts. The thing that most people don’t know about excel is in order to do this efficiently you need to know certain formulas. Formulas in excel will do math, pull information from various sheets, and many others things that are beneficial to a strength coach. Here are five formulas that will make your program more efficient. The ROUND formula will calculate percentages

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