7 Keys to Weight Room Organization

I take a lot of pride in my weight room. Maintaining the equipment that we've purchased and keeping it organized is incredibly important to me. Here are 7 weight room organization tips that I use to keep it looking new.

2018-10-09T14:37:14-05:00By |

High School Weight Room Scheduling and Workouts For Efficiency

When most high school strength & conditioning coaches start out in the field, they have two goals. First goal is to establish a sound program within their school. The second, to establish a sound program where all team are involved. Most programs begin with a few sports and then build from there as the program

2019-05-20T12:50:49-05:00By |

Time Management in the Weight Room

My sophomore year in High School I took a careers test, like all of us have done.  I was rather confused when my results came back and indicated that I would make a great air traffic controller.  I thought that was about as far from what I wanted to do in life I quickly dismissed

2019-05-23T11:55:17-05:00By |

6 Steps for Weight Room Management: Get in, Get Strong, and Get out

Designing group workouts in a facility that caters to personal training, members, and group training takes some careful pre-planning and thought.  The program needs to be structured to maximize work time and minimize rest time.  This also needs to be done in a way to keep equipment available for members and personal training clients, but

2019-05-23T12:01:44-05:00By |

Turf in the Weight Room: How It Can Benefit Your Program

https://gopher.wistia.com/medias/uov6fb9h43?embedType=iframe&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=800 Adding Turf in the Weight Room, From Start To Finish Here is Pt. II of our video series with Wayzata HS Head Strength Coach Ryan Johnson. In our first video here, we covered their new weight room and the how and why behind it's design and function. Today, we're digging deeper into The Wayzata

2020-01-16T08:40:16-06:00By |

How to Build a Positive Team Culture

Building a positive team culture provides a foundation of integrity, loyalty, and work ethic that can permeate throughout a program. Ever been on a team consumed with negativity, poor leadership and conflict? That kind of environment can be very frustrating.  Considering no matter how hard the athletes train, poor team culture seems to continuously interfere with consistency and performance.

2018-06-25T12:11:53-05:00By |

Managing Large Workout Groups In A Less-Than-Large Weight Room

High school strength coaches have many challenges. One of them is working with large groups of students and athletes. Trying to figure out the best way for large groups to get in an effective workout in a weight room is tough for most of us.  Almost all high school strength coaches are limited by space and

2019-12-27T15:09:10-06:00By |

Weight Room Design: Perennial Athletic Powerhouse Wayzata High School

Wayzata High School debuts their new and improved weight room design, which now offers more open space, and updated equipment. This welcoming, and spacious floor plan draws athletes in by offering more personalized training sessions with Coach Ryan Johnson. With this new layout, the equipment is now strategically placed around the room, freeing space and

2019-12-31T09:20:52-06:00By |