The Past Week on

I’m beginning to catch up a bit. However, it’s now Thursday again. Week one is ¾ over at the new MBSC and things went great. However, there are just not enough hours in the day right now. I’m off to Chicago for the Perform Better Summit. My Handicapping article is third this week.

First up last week was our last review from Providence from Bruce Kelly:  Saturday & Sunday at The Perform Better Summit Providence, RI

Next up, was an article I wrote:   Dealing With Hamstring Injury This was based on three recent forum posts all asking about dealing with hamstring strains.

Also, we added Elsbeth Vaino to our expert panel. Elsbeth has been a great contributor and as Thomas Myers mentioned in Providence we need more good female representation.

Last up this week is the article I mentioned above. Handicapping Perform Better Chicago. If you are going, take a look. Tough choices but, tough choices means a good seminar

If you haven’t been on the site this week, make sure you log on and check out another excellent week of articles.

Video of the Week

Somehow there was no video of the week, sorry.

Make sure you check out the StrengthCoach Podcast Anthony interviewed Charlie Weingroff on Thomas Myers, “How Do We Get Length” and “Where Do We Go From Here?”  Episode 59

Also, make sure to check out Strength and Conditioning Webinars

Site Notes

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5 Responses to “The Past Week on”

  1. mboyle1959 Says:

    One vote for the black ( which I like), one against.

  2. I really enjoy reading this blog. It’s rare to find a resource with all the information you require in one place. I like the black background.

  3. mboyle1959 Says:


  4. Coach Boyle,
    Love your blog! It has great info. that can be a help to coaches everywhere. Do you mind if I post your blog address on my teacher help website? As we all know, new teachers are often asked to coach a sport, and they are not always prepared to handle the job. I address this situation on my teacher help website,

    Thanks Coach Boyle!

  5. Since you ask, lose the black background. Hard to read.

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