This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Trinity University’s Assistant head coach, and the AFCA’s D3 Assistant Coach of the Year, Coach Paul Michalak. Coach Michalak talks about both his and his family’s football journey, shares what it is like recruiting at a non-scholarship, high academic performance university, and gives us insight into the advanced technology used to run Trinity’s camps.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring St. Charles East High School Assistant Coach, Brad McCaslin.
Advancements in software and hardware tools are helping coaches and athletes train their brains, enhance their intelligence and create competitive advantages that can have just as dramatic an impact on overall athletic performance as traditional strength and conditioning programs that primarily address musculoskeletal optimization.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Princeton’s Special Teams Coordinator and Outside Linebackers Coach, Mike Mendenhall.
Recruiting and compliance has always played a major role in a program’s success. But in our current era of frequently changing rules — along with surging and retreating illness — uncertainty is the name of the game. Software developers can help you plan ahead without getting left behind.
Front Rush will soon launch Recruit EDGE, an innovative software platform built for speed and coach usability, and designed to replace multiple legacy software systems with a “one-stop shop” for college athletics recruiting.
EdjVarsity helps coaches determine win probably at any point during the live game, and it’s turned Steve Specht into a believer in new-school analytics.
Probably the best metric available to coaches, Game-Winning Chance (GWC) is a real-time measure of how likely a given team is to win a given game.
The good news for football coaches is that sport science does not require a lot of money and it is getting more affordable.
Former Villanova head football strength and conditioning coach Jake Cox makes his student-athletes earn the right to utilize technology. Though they may be tech-savvy, student-athletes can’t use the technology until they prove they deserve it.