This past weekend was the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, and if you happened to miss the event - it was full of great information regarding the latest in sport-science, athletics, technology, and analytics. If you don't already have that weekend
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Being a leader isn’t a temporary job. It’s not season position or a typical nine to five. It isn’t a trait that you can turn on or off at your disposal. Being a leader is a permanent
I've wrote about Nike's "Real Women" advertisements in the past via this post here. I've said this before and I'll say it again, what Nike is doing for women athletics is absolutely outstanding. Now, I could break this
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I often explain to athletes that our strength and conditioning program is much like the Tortoise and the Hare analogy. If we get overly concerned with adding weight and progressing before we have the proper movement patterning, than we're
What The Five Levels of Leadership Are Level 1: Position (Power) - Given by Company People Follow Because they Have to. Level 2: Permission (Relationships) - Earned People follow because they Want to. People don't care how much you know,