The Dangers of Detraining – by Josh Daniels

November 24, 2020

Exciting news at TrueAP. Our VP, Josh Daniels, recently published an insightful article on the dangers of detraining in the Performance Volleyball Conditioning Newsletter! This national publication is on a mission to help improve athletic performance through enhancing the conditioning process. The newsletter publishes 6 volumes per year, and we...

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FREE DOWNLOADS – High School Year Round Strength Training Calendar

November 3, 2020

This year’s COVID shutdowns have prevented many athletes from getting proper strength and conditioning, making them much more susceptible to injuries. Please check out the resources below to ensure that your training plans are designed to ease athletes back into training. while working to stretch and strengthen commonly injured areas...

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Tendon Safety

July 20, 2020

As athletes start returning to the training field, it's essential to gradually build their strength and endurance back up and not just jump right into where their training level was before COVID hit. If not, there will be a high chance that injury will occur. One of the highest risk...

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The Importance of Assessments and Monitoring When Returning to Sport

July 16, 2020

I'm sure you feel it. The excitement and eagerness to finally be returning to sports after months of lockdown. You're excited to welcome your athletes back to the training field, and they're ready to get back into a disciplined training and conditioning program. This excitement may cause the desire to...

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The Dangers Of Detraining 

July 8, 2020

  Sports are looking significantly different in 2020. With the unexpected and sudden stop of leagues and school activities, athletes have not had adequate opportunities to practice and train at their previous level. Such extended time off can affect an athlete's performance and conditioning, leaving many to fall behind on...

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Are You Hydrated?

May 14, 2020

We know you sneak a peek 😅, so keep this chart in mind to make sure you’re hydrated enough the next time you gotta go. Click the download resource button for a printable PDF you can share with athletes to encourage proper hydration throughout the day. DOWNLOAD RESOURCE    ...

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Post-Workout Nutrition for Athletes

April 24, 2020

Your athletes muscles are like a sponge once a workout, practice or game is finished. They’re ready to soak up carbohydrates to refuel their body and protein to repair their lean muscle. Knowing which foods work best for an athlete – and when to eat them – makes a difference....

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Pre-Workout Nutrition for Athletes

April 21, 2020

Game-day performance starts well before the first whistle. Knowing which foods work best for an athlete – and when to eat them – makes a difference. Encourage players to better understand how to plan for their own needs before exercise with these sample meal and snack ideas. DOWNLOAD RESOURCE  ...

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3 Moves to Maximize Your “Off Day” [Cheat Sheet]

April 10, 2020

Here's 3 mobility moves to make the most of your training so that you’re faster, stronger, and fitter when you go to your next training session. Think rest days are for resting? Then you’re doing them wrong. Now, I’m not saying you need to do an hour-long workout on your days...

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The Perfect Warm-Up

February 24, 2020

Knowing how to warm up effectively can be the difference between your players surviving the preseason and thriving in the regular season or your players stumbling through the season due to preventable injury. Traditional warmups take athletes through a series of static stretches. There’s value in traditional stretch-and-hold, or “static”...

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