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The Ultimate Obstacle Course Race Strength and Conditioning Program

Thursday, July 6th, 2017

I wrote an article for StrongFirst called: “A StrongFirst Approach to Obstacle Course Racing” that has a sample one month training program included.  Here are the detailed instructions for this sample program with video links to most of it. Give it a go. Prepare your body to hit the course the right way and reduce […]

Summer Strength and Conditioning for Athletes 2017

Monday, June 12th, 2017

Summer Strength and Conditioning Program for Athletes! Guaranteed to Improve Your Strength, Speed, Power and Endurance! What Your Athlete Will Get: Increased Strength Lightning Quick Foot Speed Never Ending Endurance Injury-Proofing Techniques Pre and Post Athletic Testing   GOAL: Injury proof our kids while at the same time having them come into their sport in […]

SPRING Strength and Conditioning

Thursday, March 9th, 2017

SPRING Strength and Conditioning is here!  The kids tested out in the shuttle run (4 Quarters), broad jump, pro agility, bench press, dead lift and did great! Test results showed: Shuttle Run (test of anaerobic endurance) – on average showed a 3-4 second improvemnet which is a huge difference from day 1. Broad Jump (test of leg power) – 2-3 inches of improvement. Pro […]

Kettlebell Misconceptions Revealed

Sunday, February 12th, 2017

Like many things in life, there are great ways to do things and not so great ways. Kettlebells fall into this category. Here are three common misconceptions I deal with regularly. #1 misconception: “Kettlebells are bad for my back.” Absolutely NOT True! Bad form and poor instruction is bad for your back. Kettlebells taught correctly are […]

StrongFirst Kettlebell Course Exeter NH

Saturday, February 11th, 2017

StrongFirst Hard Style Kettlebell Training will teach you the precise ways in which kettlebells should be used for developing, maximizing, and maintaining strength!   The kettlebell can be utilized as an incredible corrective exercise tool as well.   Register: https://www.regonline.com/registration/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1902329   In addition to the specific kettlebell skills listed below — and no less important […]

Winter Strength and Conditioning For Middle Schoolers 2017

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

Winter session 2016 is finished!  The kids tested out in the shuttle run (4 Quarters), broad jump, pro agility, bench press and mile run (girls only due to weather) this past week and did great! Test results showed: Shuttle Run (test of anaerobic endurance) – on average showed a 3-4 second improvemnet which is a huge difference from day 1. Broad Jump (test […]

Strength and Conditioning For Middle School Athletes

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

Middle schoolers are at the optimal time to learn strength and conditioning basics.  These are the years to cement a solid foundation of movement. My focus in this age group is teaching proper movement patterns for athletes and reduce the likelihood of injury.  Things like running mechanics, speed, agility, change of direction, footwork, general strength, […]

Summer Strength and Conditioning For Middle School Athletes

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016

The summer is here and it is that time to start prepping for fall sports.  The best athletes train like athletes.  They do strength training, speed, agility, change of direction drills and more.  The best athletes do not show up to fall sports out of shape.  This program will be fun and challenging all at […]

MONSTA Tire Training Pre Order

Friday, March 25th, 2016

Here is my Throw Back Thursday (TBT) to 2009! This was from my Rhode Island Monthly Magazine photo shoot. They made me flip that tire for about an hour up and down the hill outside my facility. I think they thought it was light and no big deal. Glad they picked one of my lighter ones (350 […]

SPRING Strength and Conditioning

Wednesday, December 30th, 2015

My focus in this age group is teaching proper movement patterns for athletes and reduce the likelihood of injury.  Things like running mechanics, speed, agility, change of direction, footwork, general strength, cardiovascular endurance, and injury prevention.   While nothing can absolutely prevent injuries, you can train to strengthen and improve movements in multiple planes of motion […]

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