4 Recovery Tips for Optimal Performance

4 Recovery Tips for Optimal Performance

We all know that lounging around on the couch is the best way to recover from a training session or sporting event, right? WRONG! In fact, if you've been consistently working hard but not getting the results you want, you should consider spending as much effort recovering as you do training. Here are 4 quick tips to help you optimize your recovery so you can attack your next session.

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3 Reasons You Need to Provide Your Female Athletes with Quality Training

3 Reasons You Need to Provide Your Female Athletes with Quality Training

Female participation in sports in America has skyrocketed since the 1970s. But what about participation in strength training programs? If you're not providing quality strength and conditioning for your female athletes, here are 3 reasons why you should. Nearly half of all Volt teams are female, so we asked some Volt coaches to share firsthand what quality training has done for their female athletes. Read on to learn more.

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3 Performance Habits You Need To Do Daily

3 Performance Habits You Need To Do Daily

It's sometimes easy to find good reasons to take some time away from training. But vacation or your daily routine doesn’t have to derail your athletic performance. To get the most out of your down time without allowing your performance to slip too far off-track, practice good habits that can help you get a head start after the holidays. Prevent poor performance on the field with these 3 good habits that help keep your body finely tuned—even when you’re on break.

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The Importance of a Flexible Training Program

The Importance of a Flexible Training Program

If you want to train athletes safely and effectively for performance, your program MUST be flexible. This is why static programs just don't work for athletes. Period. Volt Advisory Board members Patrick McHenry and Mike Nitka weigh in on the importance of a dynamic, nimble training program, and why rigid, off-the-shelf plans just don't cut it.

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3 Rules for Testing Your Athletes

3 Rules for Testing Your Athletes

Testing your athletes is crucial for implementing a successful strength and conditioning program. After all, how else will you know if your program is working?! But to obtain the most accurate and objective data, there are a few important rules to follow. Coach Christye explains the 3 most important rules to remember when testing your athletes, to help you get the most out of your data.

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