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Mike Young, PhD

Static Stretching to Improve Performance by Chris Graham via @elitetrack #trackandfield #track
Leucine is a trigger for protein synthesis - @JordanStrength #elitetraining
The 4 primary mechanisms for protein synthesis - @JordanStrength
Belly fat is a fertile site for inflammatory cytokines...bad - @DavidGJoyce #elitetraining
Perception of Breakfast Ingestion Enhances High Intensity Endurance Performance… via @YLMSportScience
Getting 💪 won’t mean you will win, but being weaker will 📈 chance of losin@Coach_BrettBt#elitetrainingn4N
Strong squatters have 1rm velocity of ~0.2m/s. Weaker athletes at >0.3m/s. @CoachDanBaker #elitetraining
Here is some insight in to how I use @trainwithPUSH for velocity based training:
Terminology is important so we’re all speaking the same language @Coach_BrettB #elitetraining
The “holy trinity” of Strength are press, lower body pull & squat @CoachDanBaker #elitetraining
Using drop sets to increase TUT for #elitetraining trophy with @CoachDanBaker #elitetraining
The systematic return to play levels from @DavidGJoyce #elitetraining @davidgj49
Honored coming from the man who LITERALLY wrote THE book on High Performance…
Absolutely outstanding presentation on strength training for speed from one of the world’s very best, @MikeYoung
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What does speed mean to you? Your sport requirements for speed should guide your training. @MikeYoung
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The only metric to predict injury (wrt symmetry) is >20% asymmetry in eccentric deceleration phase - @JordanStrength #elitetraining
Keys to optimal sprint mechanics - @MikeYoung - great stuff.
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“Non-functional mass (fat or non-necessary muscle mass) slows us down” @MikeYoung
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