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04
21
2012

Summer Training, Spring News, and Crazy Coaches' Corner

The summer season is nearly upon us, where high school seasons will be falling by the wayside and school will be out, allowing for more time to train. This summer will be a fun one, as we’ll have a bunch of our college guys back: University of Washington commit Jack Scheideman (6’1...

04
09
2012

Training to Meet Your Goals: Simple, But Not Easy

Fitness guru Dan John has a famous saying: “I said it was simple. Not easy.” Dan means that it’s not difficult to know what you need to do to succeed in your craft – but it’s not easy. The popular nonfiction books like Outliers and Talent is Overrated talk about the 10,...

11
27
2011

Never Say "I Could Have Done More"

The lack of blog posts lately has been due to a very busy schedule on multiple fronts. I hope to post at least twice per week going forward. When training for any competitive event, there will be times when you want to give up and take an unscheduled break. This is only natural, because the very thi...

08
16
2011

The Importance of Training Environment

Jack, our throws athlete (meaning discus and shot put), wrote this great article about The Importance of Training Environment over at our other blog/site, Driveline Athletics. Here’s an excerpt: At Driveline Athletics I’m surrounded by people who work hard and understand what training is and h...

06
03
2011

Improving Shoulder Internal Rotation with The Rotater

A tool that we’ve become fond of around the facility is The Rotater. The vast majority of older baseball pitchers exhibit glenohumeral internal rotation deficit (GIRD), as outlined by any number of research papers, including the aptly-named Glenohumeral internal rotation deficit in the asympto...