Improve and prepare for a better workout

You’ve had a long day of work and have more stuff to do when you get home. So, when you finally do make it into the gym, you hop straight into your workout only to realize how sore your shoulder is mid-set of a bench press. You decide to lift a little lighter because ofContinue reading “Improve and prepare for a better workout”

The journey to being athletic again

New year’s day came and went. And as January 2nd came and went, so did a lot of naive naive resolutions that started with “I’m not going to….”. The awesome energy that a new year brings allows us to make plans to be better. It gives us an opportunity to look at past failures andContinue reading “The journey to being athletic again”

Striving for better

After a long hiatus, I wanted to return to writing on this site to express some opinions I have. Gaining experience over the last few years, I have been enlightened in many ways to the development of athletes. There are so many great people involved in sports and many of them are young athletes strivingContinue reading “Striving for better”

Modes of recovery for the minor league baseball player

Picture the walk back to the clubhouse after you’ve just finished a 4 game road series that included a late night extra inning marathon. The team is tired, the bullpen was maxed out, and nobody is looking forward to the five-hour bus ride back home. While you’re packing up your stuff and grabbing a biteContinue reading “Modes of recovery for the minor league baseball player”

Where a young athlete should begin

3 parts As I can recall going into high school, I had a lot to think about that didn’t include playing sports. Yet, playing sports ended up taking up most of my time throughout high school. But when you are a young athlete and your plate keeps growing, it’s important to simplify in order toContinue reading “Where a young athlete should begin”

Training your body as a system rather than components

For the past 6 years, I have spent hours and hours each day reading research, writing papers for professors, and watching athletes work towards their goal of improving performance. I’ve learned from some wonderful people and read books by people much smarter than myself. But with the amount of work I have devoted to theContinue reading “Training your body as a system rather than components”

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