Really excited for this guy, Cam Dineen as he heads out to Arizona for another hockey season! Cam is one of the hardest working, most consistent athletes I’ve been blessed to work with! I stress to all my athletes to trust the process, give 100% effort all the time and keep a positive attitude. Cam… Continue reading Cam Dineen’s Best Off-Season Yet!
Last off-season training session for Matt today at All-Star Sports Academy! This guy has dealt for 10 months with a UCL tear that was FINALLY properly diagnosed. Even during this period of massive frustration, he kept his head up and his good humor intact! In spite of the uncertainty of this football season and training… Continue reading Last Off-Season Training Session for This Guy!
A few years back, I was asked to be part of a project with a huge task. Our goal was to produce a book that provided a “definitive guide” to what it meant to help young athletes develop successfully and safely. I got to co-author with some amazing youth fitness professionals. It was an honor… Continue reading Steal This Book! (Sort of)
The fitness world has known for a while now that resistance training has many benefits for seniors and older adults, when done correctly and in the right “dose.” Now, a position paper from a group of experts published in the National Strength & Conditioning Association’s Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research highlights the importance of… Continue reading Resistance Training For Older Adults Is a Must For Good Health: Paper
Yesterday was this guy’s last day at All-Star Sports Academy for this off-season. When Jaizon started with me, his football future was uncertain, to say the least. My advice was simple. Trust the process. Give it your best, always. Do the work. Today, he begins a new college football journey at the University of Rhode… Continue reading Last Day in the Gym For This Guy…
Today, I’m sharing the first of my “Essential Laws of Strength, Fitness and Performance.” These didn’t happen by accident. These Essential Laws were developed through observation and analysis, careful review of my work and that of others and trial and error. Law #1 may be the most important one to remember. Join me as I… Continue reading Podcast: Essential Laws of Strength, Fitness and Performance #1 – More is Not Better, Better is Better!
Everywhere you look, there seem to be fitness coaches, strength and conditioning coaches, personal trainers and others in the fitness profession who are trying as hard as they can to suck. They seem to be trying to be terrible. I’m one of those people who believes that if you really want something and are willing… Continue reading Podcast: 5 Surefire Ways To Be a Crappy Coach or Trainer
As an observer of the fitness profession, as well as fitness professionals, it looks to me like there are plenty of fitness coaches – strength coaches, youth fitness coaches, personal trainers and coaches all over our field – who are trying to be terrible. Maybe they’re really not, but it sure as heck looks that… Continue reading 5 Surefire Ways To Be a Crappy Coach Or Trainer
I’ve been around the Youth Training and Fitness field for 20 years and I’ve made enough mistakes to know I don’t know everything.However, I DO know that parents and coaches are still committing some “deadly sins” when it comes to training youth athletes!Listen in as I share 5 of those “deadly sins.” Find out: Why… Continue reading Podcast: 5 Deadly Sins Parents and Coaches Commit in Training Youth Athletes
My guest today is the inimitable David Jack, “International Man of Mystery!” When people ask “what does David Jack do?” the answer is often “he’s David Jack!” In truth, however, David is a deep pool of fitness knowledge. His impact, though, is delivered through his intuition, experience, love, passion and willingness to go where many… Continue reading Podcast: Friday Happy Hour with David Jack