The Art of The Squat Stance 

To understand the fundamental value of the squat stance is to appreciate a position that provides efficiency and effectiveness for multilateral function.  We recognize The squat movement stance as essential for activities  basic human function such as sitting, lifting. However, in sport this fundamental yet complex stance provides the stage for executing a multitude of … Continue reading  The Art of The Squat Stance 

Look, Learn, Live & Do You: The Squat Stance Cable V – Bar Chop w/ Tricep Extension

In the past I have found difficulty in prioritizing certain isolation exercise and core movement. Historically, exercises that center on isolating a particular muscle group often appear towards the end of the workout. Take for instance, the bicep curl, calf raise or the triceps extension.  When It comes to anything in life, if you hold … Continue reading Look, Learn, Live & Do You: The Squat Stance Cable V – Bar Chop w/ Tricep Extension

A Traditional Metric & Methodology for High Performance continues to hold its Weight.

"In God we trust; Everything else we measure" Introduction to Weight Management in the NFL and a Potential solution for an Off-Season Detraining Dilemma - Part 1 All across the nation Professional Football teams of the National Football League are gearing up for training programs otherwise known as off season programs. These off – season … Continue reading A Traditional Metric & Methodology for High Performance continues to hold its Weight.

The “Extra Work” You Need For Athletic Success – Part 3

“No Pain, no gain” is the perhaps the most popular catch phrase of the sporting world.  This verbal expression which gained popularity for its motivational intention within the  fitness world is commonly used to explain a powerful ideology – Pain produces gains. In other words, painful or  discomforting experiences incurred by an individual is necessary to yield positive … Continue reading The “Extra Work” You Need For Athletic Success – Part 3

The Three Important Steps for Dealing with the Crisis of a ‘Weight Room’ Injury

     It is undoubtedly the worst feeling you can suffer through as a strength coach, trainer or movement specialist. Unfortunately, many who work in the profession of human movement and performance have or will encounter this experience to some degree. Regardless of how great you may be at delivering a safe and sound program … Continue reading The Three Important Steps for Dealing with the Crisis of a ‘Weight Room’ Injury

“Living High and “Training Low” and implications for the NFL – A Proposal for Altitude Training Interventions in American Football” – Part 2

In Part 2 of “A proposal to investigate the use of Altitude Training Camp Interventions for improved athletic performance in American Football”  we will examine the past research and build a foundation to help construct an effective vision and resource for the betterment of our athletes in regard to exercise performance. “The more you know … Continue reading “Living High and “Training Low” and implications for the NFL – A Proposal for Altitude Training Interventions in American Football” – Part 2

Build for Better – Haitian Relief Effort

We are Building for Better by taking part in a relief effort to help Haitians who were deeply impacted by Hurricane Matthew. Your donation will be used to ship a pallet of goods (Gatorade, first aid, food) from 1 Bills drive to the First Haitian Baptist Church of Orlando(FHABCO).  From there A mission group named Humanitarian … Continue reading Build for Better – Haitian Relief Effort