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National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
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Bridging the gap between science and application.
Bridging the gap between science and application.

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"A properly planned and implemented strength and conditioning program is the core of successful movement, whether for athletics, recreation, or physical activity." http://bit.ly/29Xsxiz

#strongeryouth   #TeamNSCA   #youthstrengthtraining   #youthtraining   #letkidsplay
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NSCA Releases New Position Statement on Long-Term Athletic Development: http://buzz.mw/b1c81_l

The NSCA is pleased to announce our position statement on long-term athletic development in order to help guide practitioners to safely enhance performance, promote health and well-being, and minimize the risk of injury in youth athletes. A special thanks to the authors of the ‪#‎LTAD‬ Position Statement who went above and beyond to ensure a thorough, thoughtful, and research-based stance on the importance of long-term athletic development. #strongeryouth   #youthtraining   #youthstrengthtraining   #LTAD   #strongerkids   #youthathletes  
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Get ready to experience the NSCA like never before at ‪#‎NatCon16‬. From the first session you’re engaged in or networking connection you land, to the last career talk or hands-on drill you experience, we're dedicated to taking strength and conditioning science, practice, and education to the next level. Whether it’s your first conference or you’re a seasoned attendee, #NatCon16 is bridging the gap between research and application unlike ever before! Register today: http://bit.ly/1WFk6if

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Early Sport Specialization Versus Diversification in Youth Athletes: How do these two methods impact injuries, motor development, skill acquisition, and social and psychological aspects? http://bit.ly/1XfrBc7 #youth   #athleticdevelopment   #strengthandconditioning   #sports  
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We're taking you out to the ballpark with this month's collection of articles and videos discussing strength and conditioning for America's favorite pastime, baseball. Step up to the plate and enjoy. #baseball   #strengthandconditioning   #baseballtraining   #coaching  

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NSCA's Matt Thompson bridges the gap between research and application with the first installation of Bridge Content: Efficient Deceleration. Learn how to apply techniques used for the four primary components of deceleration: dynamic balance, eccentric strength, power, and reactive strength. http://bit.ly/1Tt2Ydu #bridgingthegap #deceleration #strengthandconditioning
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Powerlifting versus weightlifting for enhanced athletic performance: are they complimentary or competing? Mike Favre and Chris Moore dive into the pros and cons to training with these methodologies. http://bit.ly/1PnmfMP #powerlifting #weightlifting #athleticperformance #trainstrong
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Growth happens outside of your #comfortzone . Step outside your limits and get uncomfortable. #wednesdaywisdom   #fitspo   #everyonestronger   #getuncomfortable  
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From physical prowess to mental toughness, the word "strong" can be used in many powerful ways. No matter how you define it, we hope you're off to a #strong   start for 2016!! #everyonestronger   #newyearstrongeryou  
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ICYMI: Why the eight highest-paid strength and conditioning coaches in college football are so valuable to their programs via ESPN http://buzz.mw/ba75u_f #strengthandconditioning   #ESPN   #NCAA   #collegefootball   #strengthcoaches  
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