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Train Movements, Not Muscles

Train Movements, Not Muscles
By: Jonathan TaylorSports Performance SpecialistSpectrum Sports PerformanceThe human body was made to move! Starting when we are very young, the body begins to progressively learn how to move through a series of rolling, pulling, pushing, crawling, and eventually walking techniques. Through the need of getting from here [...]Read more

Rollins College Men’s Soccer – Strength and Conditioning

Rollins College Men’s Soccer – Strength and Conditioning
By: Will HitzelbergerRollins College Strength and ConditioningSpectrum Sports PerformanceOver the last couple of years, Rollins College Men's Soccer Program has become one of the most recognized soccer programs around the country. Two seasons ago they concluded their season at the Division II National Championship with a Runner [...]Read more

Rollins College Athletics

Rollins College Athletics
By: Will HitzelbergerRollins College Strength and ConditioningSpectrum Sports PerformanceOver the next couple of weeks, I will blog about the teams that I work with at Rollins College, our approach to each team over the course of a year and the teams’ recent success. For those of you [...]Read more

In-Season with Orlando City

In-Season with Orlando City
By: Dan SchuckOrlando City Performance SpecialistSpectrum Sports Performance Back out at Orlando City this morning. I started the day with Glute and Core strengthening exercises. We use minibands that either go around the knees, ankles, or both to help with glute activation. We used this tool in [...]Read more

Mythbusters for Women: Exercise Fact or Fiction, Part 2

Mythbusters for Women: Exercise Fact or Fiction, Part 2
By: Jonathan TaylorSports Performance SpecialistSpectrum Sports PerformanceI’m back! Often times with topics of fitness and exercise, it is not so much an issue of learning, as it is an unlearning of what we have learned. Self-image, opinions of others, miss-informed articles, and a host of other hurdles [...]Read more

What It Takes to Succeed

What It Takes to Succeed
By: Eric McGinnis, CSCSSports Performance Specialist, Rollins College Strength CoachSpectrum Sports Performance http://erikamiklosa.com/loan-low-cost Sports help teach young athletes to set goals and take appropriate actions in an attempt to achieve them. We all know that success doesn’t always come easy, but sometimes we fail to understand the [...]Read more

Orlando City Soccer Recovery Session

Orlando City Soccer Recovery Session
By: Dan SchuckSports Performance SpecialistSpectrum Sports PerformanceOut at the fields Thursday morning with the Orlando City Soccer team. The team had a game on Wednesday night against Rollins College where they won 1-0. A handful of the players were on the field for 70 plus minutes, while [...]Read more

Tracking Success with Justin Clark

Tracking Success with Justin Clark
By: Dan SchuckSports Performance SpecialistSpectrum Sports Performance Online Payday Loan Usa Justin Clark found himself in a familiar situation on Wednesday night…at the Rollins Soccer field, celebrating a win from a goal that he scored off of his header. The only difference between this game and the [...]Read more

Warm Up

Warm Up
By: Eric McGinnis, CSCSSports Performance Specialist, Rollins College Strength CoachSpectrum Sports Performance If you’re like most people, you hate to warm up and you don’t do it well enough. I’m not judging you. In fact I totally understand. A warm up is the last thing I want [...]Read more

Overtraining: More Isn’t Better

Overtraining:  More Isn’t Better
By: Calum McLellan, CSCS, NASM-PESSports Performance SpecialistSpectrum Sports PerformanceIt is commonly thought that if a little of something is good, then more must be better. When it comes to training for a sport, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Just like anything in life, training too [...]Read more
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