Get on Your Green Dots

David Weck
Strength and Conditioning, Biomechanics


In coaching, cueing is key. That is why you’ll hear Cal Poly strength and conditioning coaches Chris Holder and Chris White calling out “Get on your green dots!” all day long.


Why green dots? Because green means go. If you want to be athletic, you have to know how to launch from the haunch (glutes and upper hams) and balance through the balls of your feet.


Cueing "green dots" enables you to train your athletes to do this.


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