"The Coach's Corner with Coach Boyle"- Coach Boyle talks about his article "Abbreviations and the curse of knowledge”; a part of Malcom Gladwell’s
book “David & Goliath”; and his takeaways from the Dave Tenney interview.
This resource is about as thorough as they come; it’s almost
like a choose-your-own adventure book for people looking to achieve their
The programs in this resource start out with a quick and
easy (yet effective) assessments so that you can identify a few important
things that must be taken into account to effectively individualize your 16-week
This resource also includes over 200 incredibly detailed coaching
videos; it’s like being in a half-day seminar with Eric where he coaches you
through the drills just like you’re one of his professional athletes or
"Hit the Gym with a Strength Coach"Dave Tenney (Seattle Sounders FC) is onto talk about his goals for player monitoring, using questionairres, HRV, the importance of collecting data and getting compliance for monitoring.
"The Coach's Corner with Coach Boyle"- Coach Boyle talks about the RG3 video going around, frontal plane strength & power, and using challenges in the gym setting.
"The Coach's Corner with Coach Boyle"- Coach Boyle talks about the practical application of HRV, the forum threads "Modifying Lifts based on Fatigue", "Lifting on Game Day" and "The Impact of Cardio on Powerlifting." .
"Hit the Gym with a Strength Coach"Brad Kaczmarski (Tampa Prep) is onto talk about his experience at the pro, college and high school levels, his article "Permission", his article "The Standard Deviation of Communication", using the FMS in the high school setting and much more.
"Hit the Gym with a Strength Coach"Nate Baukol (University of North Dakota) is onto talk about his philosophy, his programming, keeping it simple, sport & position specific training, separating out the freshmen and much more.
"The Coach's Corner with Coach Boyle"- Coach Boyle talks about static stretching, an update on his HRV numbers, and getting athletes to comply with what we want them to do.