If you’re an early riser or need to train before work the Rise & Shine Strength Camp may be right for you! You’ll train with me twice per week focusing on strength and conditioning and one day focusing on conditioning. Additionally, you’ll have access to our gym on your non-training days for guided cardio training.Continue reading “Rise & Shine Strength Camp”
As I mentioned in my article here, females are at a significantly higher risk for non-contact ACL injury than males across all age bands. Many of these injuries are preventable and I am hosting a clinic this month to help identify at-risk athletes and help reduce their risk while improving their athletic performance. During thisContinue reading “ACL Injury Prevention Clinic”
**Let me preface this entry by saying that while this is mainly about females and ACL injury risk, I frequently see males demonstrate the same movement patterns that can lead to ACL injury, and males who play multi-directional sports should also be screened for risk factors.** We got a glimpse of spring earlier this week with temps goingContinue reading “ACL Injury Prevention”
America is obsessed with soreness, pain, and exhaustion as it pertains to training. We think that we have to train “all-out” all the time in order to make progress. However the human body doesn’t perform this way and attempting to push harder for extended periods of time can result in pain, injury, sickness or evenContinue reading “Training with Context”
It’s Father’s Day Weekend and there is no shortage of sports to watch! The World Cup, U.S. Open, College World Series, NBA Finals, and the Stanley Cup Finals are all going on. I’m thrilled because one of my athletes is playing in the CWS this weekend for Vanderbilt. My buddy Aaron and I wentContinue reading “A sports-filled Father’s Day Weekend”
I started training others in 1999 and over the course of 15 years, I’ve seen lots of trends in abdominal training come and go. Back then, if someone told me they wanted a six-pack (which was just about every client), I told them to clean up their eating and we would hammer their abs forContinue reading “Training the Core and Low Back Pain”
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