Strength & Conditioning

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Physical Skills, Running Technique, Flexibility, Programming

Yes, you can forget how to run, and relearn to do it well. Improved running mechanics improve running efficiency. This means you will run faster with the same effort.  Learn how to use perceived effort and heart rate intensity to run faster with the same effort. What is your stride count per minute? Yes, it makes a big difference.  It is not rocket science, it is Sport Science

Flexibility is in; stretching is out

Quality functional Range of Motion for each joint can enhance physical performance.  Stretching can injure joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles. Stretching can weaken performance.  Learn and practice CRAC for Absolute optimal performance. 

Working to hard? or not hard enough?

Periodized training teaches us how and when to make the hard days hard and the easy days easy. Perceptual monitoring helps us obtain the Absolute optimal results form our time and efforts. Learn how to train for Strength, Power, or Body Building, from sets, reps, intensity, volume, and rest periods for optimal results.

Who should lift weights?

Lifting weights is only one method of gaining and maintaining strength. But everyone should do some type of resistance training to build and maintain strength. Yes even triathletes,  marathoners and grandparents.

Eat to train? or Train to eat?

Do you know which one you are? Nutrient timing, nutrition for recovery, nutrition for weight loss, health & fitness, or athletic performance can be determined by developing a plan to match the volume & intensity of physical activity (exercise & daily movement) with macro nutrients.  Yes, fats, carbs and proteins in proper proportions can aid in all energy goals.

FAQs

Will I receive detailed menus for daily eating?  NO, I am not a Registered Dietitian, but I can help you identify strengths and weaknesses in your diet and guide you with educational materials so you can "Earn it to Learn it". Learn about the mechanics of nutrition such as portion sizes and how protein, carbohydrates and fats may be "flexed" to meet your weight and performance goals, as well as environmental management, ie sleep, stress triggers, social interaction, and personal history.


What supplements do you recommend? Learning about the difference between food supplements and vitamin supplements are critical  to your health, fitness and performance.  I do  believe each person has a specific set of nutritional needs and going through the process of menu logging and performance analysis is a great method for determining nutritional needs. 

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