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By Andrew Cochran, PhD, CSCS “Is it safe for my young athlete(s) to weight train?” This is a question I hear often. I hear it
Scott Willgress, Canadian Sport Centre Atlantic The Beginning Rewind to the fall of 2016. I had been working in Halifax for 6 years with athletes
By Chris Chapman, Steve Lidstone, Joe Vecchione, and Jeremy Watkin Power is defined as the rate of work or work divided by time. This is
(by Sarah Applegarth MSc, CSCS, R.Kin, CSEP-CEP) Whether it’s an NHL level hockey player, a teenage provincial lacrosse player or a Masters ski racer it’s
The Past The strength and conditioning profession at the university and collegiate levels in Canada has grown significantly over the past 10 to 15 years.
BRIEF HISTORY Conversations about the formation of a Canadian S&C Association have been on-going in pockets across Canada for over 20 years. On April 4,
Since the founding of the NSCA just over 40 years ago strength and conditioning (S&C) coaches have gone from being a fringe group of professionals