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As the elite athlete progresses, it's common practice to think that they need to workout harder and more.
This is a catastrophic cultural trap that ends athletic careers prematurely.
Elite athletes eventually reach a place in training that we call arrested development.
They are good enough at...
TMP Training for Elite Athletes
We work simple to complex and complex back to simple.
We could do it all day.
She's the only person I've ever worked with where we turn the music OFF when we train, instead of on.
A seemingly simple but powerful exercise for improving balance!
The answer to all of your training questions is:
Yes, No, Maybe.
These three words show me the way more and more, everyday.
I am a believer that there are no protocols.
Everyone is different.
Last week I had multiple people with similar issues.
None of them assessed the same.
Adding layers of complexity for this football player and his recovery from ACL repair.
Oftentimes, recovery is unfinished and the athlete is left with a very high risk of repeating injury.
Integrating visual skills with high levels of...
When you want the advantage and you go looking for help, do you get excited when you find "more of the same" or "completely different?"
Welcome to - completely different!
What are your goals?
We have the tools.
Here is my all-time favorite core strengthening exercise!
The Banded Lumbar Circle.
Here's a scary statistic that Dr. Cobb made us aware of at the last seminar we attended.
It sounds strange, I know!
Why would moving more make you feel worse?
This is literally what I deal with everyday with the adult population that comes to work with us.
Chronic pain from chronic disuse.
Check out my most recent video of Corey learning to jump rope.
This is an awesome demonstration of how powerful training inputs can be to create greater performance.
The goal was to jump rope for the first...
Most training and rehab systems are based on output.
For example, if someone is performing a squat and you notice that their knee is doing something funky, what do you do as the coach?
Most will tell the athlete to make a voluntary correction to try and fix the unwanted knee movement.
Learn why respiration, vision, vestibular, and complex movement integrations are essential tools for every coach!