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Daniel Martinez
Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for | MS in S&C | CSCS | ASCA L2 | USAW SPC (Views my own)
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Dr Nick Knight 19h
A child should BE mobile. Not ON a mobile.
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Daniel Martinez 18h
Hearing some advocate CONCENTRIC VBT approaches then largely utilizing slow and long contractions ECCENTRICALLY makes zero sense (ISO joke)
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Sophia Nimphius Oct 19
Thanks for the chance to empty some of my thoughts out to those that will listen ! Always a privileged to be able to share!
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Aus S&C Assn Oct 18
"Role of single & dual force platform testing in performance profiling & injury rehab"
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Hale McGranahan Oct 14
Sportsmanship, pass it on.
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Paul Fisher Oct 14
Nice overview of athlete monitoring by and co
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Tom Dos'Santos Oct 12
IMTP testing - standardise & report joint angles. Specify if you are measuring angle relative to a vertical line or between 2 segments
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Damian Harper Oct 12
Piloting some stuff with SL posterior limb ISO test.....
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Daniel Martinez Oct 11
I am excited to be participating in the North Carolina State Clinic! Quality line-up!
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Daniel Martinez Oct 11
Very necessary.
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Trent Stellingwerff Oct 11
and why I purposely spend time on definitions/language when engaging with anyone in "training speak".
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Jason Avedesian Oct 10
Jumping & landing techniques in elite women’s 🏐. 45% unilateral landings on offense. Also note “point of no return”
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Tim Suchomel Oct 10
Whatever it is, these guys have got it! Sport Science 🥋!
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Dr. Kimi Sato Oct 10
& have black belt on operating Visual learning on force output in my class
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Daniel Martinez Oct 10
Replying to @DylHicks
Would love to see this! dmartinez@forcedecks.com
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Daniel Martinez Oct 8
Replying to @CWagon75
Absorb and adapt.
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Damian Harper Oct 8
SEE..force characteristics during eccentric & concentric contractions are very different
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Charlie Weingroff Oct 8
Not a newsflash but a stark reminder that we need to program more eccentric power in athletic development.
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Rod Whiteley Oct 7
Small sided games create large metabolic load but very little high speed running Important to know when tailoring your program
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Kevin Carroll Oct 5
Check out our recent paper comparing kinetic analysis techniques!
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