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  • Best Way to Organize your Workout for Best Results

    Best Way to Organize your Workout  for Best Results.  by Mark “Coach Rozy” Roozen If you caught our radio show, “LIVING WELL WITH COACH ROZY” on November 17 or November 19,...

  • EXERCISE OF THE WEEK: HANG HIGH PULL with PVC

     ♦ Eliminates Cheating the Length of the Pull ♦ SAFE Exercise to Introduce Olympic Lifting ♦ Increase Lower-Body Power ♦ Easy to Regulate Load – If you hit the bar,...

  • POST OF THE WEEK

    Stop looking for the quick-fix, magic potion, or secret sauce… Being a better and smarter athlete will always have a better return on investment than having a coach, who sees you...

  • EXERCISE OF THE WEEK: INCLINE BENCH PRESS with HANGING DB’s

    INCREASE UPPER-BODY STRENGTH IMPROVE SHOULDER STABILITY GREAT FOR SHOULDER REHAB Progression Level: Moderate to Advanced (depending on load)

  • POST OF THE WEEK

    No “ground-breaking” coaching philosophies… Just some great advice from a great coach… About a piece of equipment that is overrated and misused!

  • EXERCISE OF THE WEEK: Single-Arm Stability Ball Chest Press w/ Rotation

    Great for Rotational Athletes! Improve Total Core Stability Increase Pressing Strength   Progression Level: Advanced

  • POST OF THE WEEK

    Programming, exercises, equipment, educations, certifications, resumes……. Those are the small things! Building relationships, being a leader, and changing lives…. That’s what we chase everyday!   You might beat me talking about...

  • EXERCISE OF THE WEEK: Lateral Bound to Med Ball Hip Toss

     – Improve Change of Direction – Increase Rotational Power – Improve Lower-Body Coordination & Stability Skill Level: Advanced

  • POST OF THE WEEK

    During inseason/sport prep – warm up may be the only contact time a strength coach has with a group. Tons can be achieved in this time building not only quality movement...

  • Training To Be ELITE or AVERAGE?

    First of all, the idea that strength & conditioning is more time “beating down” athletes is outdated and false. Instead, training needs to be looked at as hitting the reboot button....

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