Archive for November, 2010

Ingredient #1 for building the Ultimate Athlete…

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

Ingredient #1 for building the Ultimate Athlete… An optimal training program          When designing an optimal training program, we must consider the chronological, biological, and psychological development of the young athlete(s) in front of us. In previous blogs, that I have posted on my site, I keep bringing up the importance of having young […]

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Three most important ingredient’s for athletic development

Sunday, November 28th, 2010

         What does baking food and training athletes have in common?  This might sound like a strange question, but there are some similarities.  As we approach the holiday season, I always find myself  looking back to when I was a child and all of the fun that my brothers and I had during the season. Being […]

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CAN YOU ANSWER YES TO THE FIRST TWO QUESTIONS?

Sunday, November 7th, 2010

Would you expect a third grader to pass calculus? Would you expect a junior in high school to have the experience and knowledge to run a multimillion dollar corporation?   Well, this is what we are asking of our youth when it comes to sport performance and their conditioning programs.      Due to the ultra/unhealthy competitive […]

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