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Dan Pfaff is wrong?

A quote from Dan Pfaff recently made the rounds through the athletic development community. Pfaff is obviously a great coach, and I do not intend to criticize him or judge […]

Evolution or Genetic Variety?

Watch the video on antibacterial drug resistance in E. coli.

Some people use this type of experiment as the chief evidence for darwinian evolution.

Here’s my beef. Bacteria have sources of genetic […]

Prevent Muscle Cramps

Pain Above the Knee Cap?

The rectus femoris (green marker) is one of the quadriceps muscles, but it is anatomically and functionally unique to the rest of the muscle group. The other quads simply cross […]

On the Origin of Species

From a purely scientific standpoint, the evolution of species from one ancestor is a joke.

From what science has shown, the process is impossible. Mutations don’t add more genes to the […]

Jump Science Principles Produce 20-foot Javelin PR

In September 2014, I got an email from a collegiate javelin thrower asking me for some training advice. He was coming off Tommy John surgery and missing the next track […]

Why Basketball Players Are Weak

This video covers some of the common reasons that basketball players struggle to develop strength and athleticism.

Skill is Specific (speed ladders and balance exercises)

What carries over to what? That is one of the biggest questions in training athleticism. There are a million exercises, a million ways to get tired, a million cool things […]

Force vs Technique: Knee Bend

Force has a big influence on technique. A lot of athletes and coaches get caught up in focusing on technique as a way to improve without realizing that producing more […]

Force vs Technique: Acceleration Angle

Force has a big influence on technique. A lot of athletes and coaches get caught up in focusing on technique as a way to improve without realizing that producing more […]