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Joe Kenn
Physical Preparation Coach. Creator of Tier System Strength Training & Block Zero Concept. Author of The Coach's Strength Training Playbook & Push,Jump,Punch
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#IUFB Recruiting 15h
Pushing Performance... Get to know and 🔴⚪️🔴⚪️🏈💨💨💨
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App State XC/T&F 16h
Home meet in Holmes Convocation today @ 5. Men’s & Women’s Weight Throw & Triple Jump
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App State Athletics 16h
. hosts the Appalachian Open this weekend. Events begin at 5 p.m. on Friday and 11 a.m. on Saturday. Full schedule of events below:
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That’s right people. I used to coach on the grass too! Keith Flynn and Pine Crest Preparatory…
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Herm Edwards Jan 18
ASU Players, In life it’s easy to make a Living, it’s a lot tougher to make a Difference.
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Herm Edwards Jan 19
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Doug Haller 21h
Coach Herm Edwards holds up ASU's off-season workout shirts. "Words and actions," he said. "That's your whole life."
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Zach Even - Esh 22h
How big is BIG ? We're squatting today .
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Replying to @ZEvenEsh @RUWrestling
As big as needed!
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Coach Storms Jan 19
Big SQUAT Friday!!! Let’s Go.
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Joe Kenn Jan 19
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Jeremy Frisch Jan 18
Balance is much more than standing on one leg. It's static and dynamic, prone and supine, multi-planar and multi-directional. It's coordinated-stability and best developed between ages 4 to 12.
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Ben Hilgart Jan 19
BIG SQUAT FRIDAY!!
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Joe Kenn Jan 18
Congrats Health and Happiness to you and the family
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Joe Kenn Jan 18
That Matt Rhea and Big House guy became a helluva team at Arizona State. All it took was a meathead strength coach emailing a lab rat to come at chop it up in our weight room.
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Joe Kenn Jan 18
Replying to @bmarcello13
Reducing injury risk comes through a plan of protective programming. By evaluating athletic movement we can develop a plan that initiates physical fitness/athletic measurable enhancement while focusing on at risk areas for particular sporting events!
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Joe Kenn Jan 18
Replying to @bmarcello13
And this is why I have chosen the term protection to replace both these over used terms when speaking about goals of an S/C program. There is no way any of us can prevent injuries. There are too many variables in competition that we can’t replicate. See #2
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Joe Kenn Jan 18
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Joe Kenn Jan 18
Replying to @GrahamGano
On that get right son!
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