Articles by Joe Kenn



Joe Kenn is the head strength coach of the Carolina Panthers and President of Big House Power Competitive Athletic Training, Inc. He has over 20 years of coaching experience on the high school and collegiate levels. He has directed programs at Boise State, Utah, Arizona State, and Louisville. Kenn is a CSCS, a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach and the 2002 NSCA National Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year. He has authored the highly successful The Coach’s Strength Training Play Book and is a popular clinic speaker. For more on Coach Kenn, please head over to Big House Power Competitive Athletic Training Inc. at www.bighhousepower.com.
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It's Not a Race for Last
Joe Kenn | General Training | September 28 2010 | Comments (1)

This July, my youngest son Peter was going through his first training camp of organized tackle football and I was very excited. With football, as with most other team sports, practices are pretty much all the same; start off with a warm up, move to position fu... Continue reading
The Essence of Time
Joe Kenn | General Training | August 31 2010 | Comments

In sports, when the word “time” is used in a conversation, most discussion will be focused on an individual’s 40-yard dash, or how fast they can cover 40 yards in a maximal effort sprint. This is usually discussed in seconds, as in, “My... Continue reading
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