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Mike Young, PhD

Rotational Sprinting Volume II: Unlocking the Power of The Frontal Plane just-fly-sports.com/rotational-spr… via @JustFlySports
The JuggLife | Mighty Ducks and Weightlifting jtsstrength.com/articles/2017/…
Your instincts are better than you think they are sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/201… via @sethgodin
The Negative Effects of Sport Parental Pressure on Children scienceforsport.com/negative-effec… via @ScienceforSport
What determines how well muscle fibers can transmit force? – with help from@HughesDC_Muscle (new infographics project)
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The critic, the mimic and the comic all have one thing in common sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/201… via @sethgodin
Huge thanks to all the speakers, attendees, @MikeYoung & the @athleticlab staff for making #HPAD17 a phenomenal exp. See you next year!
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Adding volume when intensity Is compromised hurts performance! @MikeYoung #HPAD17
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Training for #speed presentation with @MikeYoung today #Smartspeed video tomorrow on #speed and #power
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Adding volume when intensity is compromised HURTS performance. @MikeYoung #HPAD17 🤔🤔sgn
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@MikeYoung delving into what is actually specific to sprinting. #HPAD17
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We can explain ⬆️CSA being detrimental by excess mass swinging like a pendulum on a key area @MikeYoung #HPAD17
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Training from the elite track group that trains at AL #HPAD17 @MikeYoung
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I believe in doing partial reps. It's very well backed by research. @MikeYoung #HPAD17
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A 2 times body weight squat is better than 1.9 times body weight squat @MikeYoung #HPAD17
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I can actually max out concentric work with my hands on a barbell to ensure I get an accentuated eccentric action #HPAD17 @MikeYoung
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How do we achieve this accentuated overload? The @go_exxentric K Box #HPAD17 @MikeYoung
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We could slow descents in a squat at 70%, faster drops at 70%, or heavy and fast drops. @MikeYoung #HPAD17
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