Coaches love to boast about their off-season success. Commitment and big turnouts, lead to personal records and results. But how do we build a tradition of off-season success? We asked Jeff Lindeman, CSCS, a few questions about his experiences as a strength coach.
A commitment to Physical Education has been PROVEN to drastically improve academic achievement, decrease rates of depression/anxiety/stress, elevates mood, and decreases the rate of disciplinary incidents in school settings.
Such is the power of PE.
PLT4M is proud to announce it’s first ever Essay Contest! A new company has moved to your town and is looking to cancel Physical Education. Students are tasked to write an essay as to why Physical Education is important to them. Enter for a chance to be featured on PLT4M’s Website and Win $250.
High School Athletics can be the stepping stone for students to “make it to the next level.” Getting recruited is a young athlete’s dream. So how does it all work? We talk with college coach Greg Hadley about juggling camps, social media, and all of the in’s and out’s of recruiting.
Grading has gotten a bad wrap in recent years. What if we re-think grading to help inform students for good? Rusty Fuller uses his five pillars to not only help students improve in class, but also grow in life.
In some circles, the controlled chaos of a high school weight room could be considered theater. There are bodies everywhere and only so much space and equipment. While managing it all may seem daunting, Coach Breslin and Coach Reno put us at ease and encourage some best practices when it comes to managing a high school weight room.