3 Linear Speed Exercises for Home Workouts
Seated Arm Action Athletes start with their elbows at 90 degrees, shoulders back, chest up maintaining posture with slightly bent knees. Then bring one hand behind the back pocket and then up to the chin. Athletes should start off slow and controlled, working the technique. And then slowly add speed and increasing velocity. Athletes should …
Let’s Talk About Concussions
Bill Parisi is joined by Dr. Seth Stoller to discuss sports concussions.
Understanding Processed Sugar
Bill Parisi is joined by Dr. Derrick Heydinger to discuss processed sugar.
How Much Protein Do Athletes Need?
Bill Parisi is joined by Dr. Derrick Heydinger to discuss protein requirements for athletes.
Meal Timing for Athletes
Bill Parisi is joined by Dr. Derrick Heydinger to discuss meal timing for athletes.
Pre & Post Workout Nutrition
Bill Parisi is joined by Dr. Derrick Heydinger to discuss pre and post workout nutrition for athletes.
My Biggest Mistake as a Sports Performance Coach
I love coaching people. I love the impact our words have on the outcome of an individual’s movement. I love the environment we help foster to create savage human beings. If you are reading this blog, my guess is you feel the same. So 3 years ago, I realized I was making a vital mistake …
The Non-Negotiables of Linear Speed Part 2: Maximum Speed
In Parisi land, we refer to maximum speed as the athlete’s ability to maintain maximum force production by way of optimal stride length and optimal stride frequency. I think it’s important we start this week by diving into the non-negotiables of what has to happen in an athlete’s maximum speed phase in order to, well, …
Training Fascia-Driven Athletes
Bill Parisi explains the difference between fascia-driven and muscle-driven athletes and how to properly train each for optimal performance.
The Non-Negotiables of Linear Speed Part 1: Acceleration
Hey Coach, welcome back to another Parisi blog series. This round we are going to be talking about the non-negotiables of linear speed. We’re going to kick things off talking about acceleration, and how we can get our athletes achieving high rates of speed. Now, if you have checked our sports performance mentorship’s ‘trial week’, …
Hip Mobility & Power Transfer
Bill Parisi shares the importance of hip mobility for power transfer.
Not Your Average Coach’s Warm Up – Part 3
Hey Coach, welcome back, glad you’ve made it to part three! If you haven’t, make sure to go back and check out part one and part two…they are super important for laying down some context on what you are about to read… Now, here is the secret sauce to the ADW. So listen closely. A …