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The Knee Joint – Injury Prevention

The Knee Joint – Injury Prevention By: Todd Riedel Speaking as a forever-active individual and 17-year football veteran, I can tell you you’re as old as your knees. For me, it wasn’t the usual suspects of running, football, basketball or … Continue reading

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Winthrop – Todd Riedel

ROCK HILL, SC–Todd Riedel has been hired to the fill the vacant position of assistant  director of strength and conditioning in Winthrop Athletics. Riedel comes to Winthrop following 3 years as Wofford’s director of strength and conditioning where he primarily … Continue reading

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Wofford’s nationally-ranked football team powered by Ayers and Riedel

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Spartanburg, South Carolina, home of Wofford College, is nearly 450 miles away from Clermont County, but two of the county’s own are the reason the Terriers’ football program is among the best in the nation … Continue reading

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Running a Successful Low Budget Strength & Conditioning Program

Running a Successful Low Budget Strength & Conditioning Program By: Todd Riedel Congratulations you have dominated the interview process and received the position you’ve always wanted. It’s a position with the title of director of strength and conditioning at a … Continue reading

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Shoulder Joint – Mobility & Stability

The Shoulder Joint – Mobility & Stability In my opinion the shoulder joint requires more attention than any other joint in the human body.  The shoulder joint is an important joint due to the fact we use it so often.  … Continue reading

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