Michigan Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning
To most effectively enhance student-athletes' athletic performance by utilizing scientifically supported methodologies in order to succeed at the highest levels of NCAA Division I competition.
The philosophy of the University of Michigan Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning Department revolves around the predominate use of ground-based multi-jointed movement patterns during the weight training portion of the program while concurrently addressing the specific metabolic demands of each sport. All aspects of the performance enhancement programs adhere strictly to industry accepted, scientifically supported methodologies.
Staff Sports Responsibilities
Mike Favre: W Soccer, Wrestling, Volleyball
The First Pull (USA Weightlifting Magazine)
Power Into Excellence: The Weightlifter's Approach to Training the Pull (Journal of Pure Power)
Weightlifting for Sports Specific Benefits (Sportex.net)
Undulation Training for Development of Hierarchical Fitness and Improved Firefighter Job Performance (Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research)(click here)