July 16, 2018

This is a post that is coming a bit off the cuff but its on a topic that everyone has heard of and with different things currently going on around me, I have been getting a bit fired up regarding the idea of continuing education and why it should be a staple to any pro...

July 7, 2018


Hypoxia training is something that is gaining more mainstream recognition in the strength and conditioning community, but it is something that has been used extensively by endurance athletes. It has proven benefits for improving aerobic capacity, as well as...

May 26, 2018

Full disclosure, this next part is stuff that I learned from Dan John, so in no way shape or form am I claiming credit for coming up with this idea... but its awesome and 100% applicable to older individuals. 

The foundation for this exercise series is simple, if you we...

May 7, 2018

This is the first in a series of posts on a few thoughts surrounding training practices with older individuals. A lot of these ideas are practices I incorporate with my own clients and I am always trying to improve upon these as I continue to grow as a coach. Please fe...

February 7, 2018

We all have that one athlete, no matter what you try, no matter how long you work on something with them, they just never seem to get it. I do not believe its entirely their fault. As a coach, I have run into people that have forced me to change my perspective on how t...

January 14, 2018

Haraldsdottir, K., Brickson, S., Sanfilippo, J., Dunn, W., Watson, A. In season changes in heart rate recovery are inversely related to time to exhaustion but not aerobic capacity in rowers. Scandinavian Journal of Medical Sports Science. 2017;00: 1-7


January 1, 2018

May, L., Glaros, A., Yeh, H., Clapp, J. F., & Gustafson, K. M. (2010). Aerobic exercise during pregnancy influences fetal cardiac autonomic control of heart rate and heart rate variability. Early Human Development, 86, 213-217.

Link to the abstract here

Overview: In this...

December 24, 2017

“When you have professional athletes, individuals who are paid millions of dollars to compete and perform at the highest level in the sport they love, but are constantly being sidelined by injuries, most of which are non-traumatic and in many cases, non-contact, what’s...

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