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Mike Young, PhD

Athletic Lab supports Special Olympics NC via @athleticlab
Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode #35: Cameron Josse… via @JustFlySports
The two vocabularies (because there are two audiences)… via @sethgodin
Eccentric overload training ↑ braking forces in CODs, because eccentric strength ↑ deceleration ability?
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Speed Training with Coach and Researcher Jake Schuster… via @SimpliFaster
The Role of Gender in Pre-Disposal to Injury by Lauren ...… via @FitForFutbol #soccer #mls
Powerlifting and Sprinting: Are We Really Giving Speed Athletes Wha...… via @JustFlySports
The JuggLife: Top 10 Strength Feats of All-Time…
What's the next step for media (and for us)?… via @sethgodin
Physiological Limits to Endurance Performance – Influence of Sex… via @ScienceforSport
Eccentric overload training improves sprinting ability, and reduces incidence and severity of injuries
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Benefits of Strength Training in relation to CNS 👇💥 1. Increase Recruitment 2. Rate Coding Improvements 3. Synchronization ImprovementmN
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Save Big with Athletic Lab’s Family Plan via @athleticlab
Setting Realistic Goals: Yo-Yo Dieting and Post-Starvation Obesity by... via @athleticlab
The Application of Postactivation Potentiation Methods to Improve #Sprint Speed 🏃 >>
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Use these guidelines to help teach training elements, mix it up once proficiency has increased @BooSchex #GillACP
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Starters are able to decelerate faster than non-starters, which may be a key contributor to change of direction ability
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The Importance of Isometrics in Preventing Injury by Brandon Gremilli... via @athleticlab
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