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Nick Showman

Owner - Showtime Strength & Performance

Owner - Natural Ohio Bodybuilding Association

Topics Covered in this Podcast

1. Ownign two business at 25 tears old.  How Nick got to wear he is now.
2. Lessons learned from owning a facility
3.The most important factors in opening a facility
4. Designing the facility. What goes where
5. Initial assessments of athletes
6. Where we are filling in sports
7. What to look for with assessment tools. From landing to squatting.
8. Year long In-Season training
9. ImplementingCircuit training to address weak points
10. What are the most important movements fro all athletes in all sports.
11. Communication strategies with parents, sport coaches, and strength coaches
12. Marketing through education.
13. Hosting events for fundraising
14. The biggest challenges with youth athletes
15. Exercises to avoid
16. Olympic Lifts with athletes
17. Keeping Speed training simple and adjusting volume
18. Drills for success on the field or court
19. Creating a culture for success
20. How to reach Nick Showman

The Nick Showman File

Nick Showman
Owner Showtime Strength & Performance
National Academy of Sports Medicine- Performance Enhancement Specialist, Youth Exercise Specialist.

Previous Experience

  • Dension University- Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 2009-2012
  • Granville High School- Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 2010- 2013
  • Total Athletic Development- Sports Performance Coach 2010-2013
  • Columbus State Olympic Weightlifting Club Member 2009-2011

Since focusing on strength & conditioning, Nick has competed in bodybuilding, strongman, and powerlifting and learned training methods from the best in the world in each sport. 

Nick has helped athletes begin their athletic careers as children and has helped many athletes get to the collegiate level in sports.

 

www.elitefts.com

http://www.showtimestrength.com

Photo courtesy of Ken Snow

 

Direct download: SPP_42_Nick_Showman.mp3
Category:Sports and Fitness -- posted at: 2:44pm EDT

Nate Harvey, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for Olympic Sports at State University of New York at Buffalo

Topics Covered in this Podcast

  1. How Coach Harvey got started in coaching
  2. Transitioning from Football to the Olympic Sports
  3. The SUNY Brockport connection; D3 to Big Time S&C
  4. A typical template at SUNY Buffalo
  5. Adjusting the template based on sport
  6. Biggest misconceptions with the Conjugate system
  7. How the conjugate system fits in the collegiate setting
  8. How the conjugate system can help beginners
  9. Dynamic Effort Movements
  10. Go to movements for Max Effort work
  11. In-season considerations
  12. Developing rapport with sport coaches
  13. Assessing athletes
  14. Adding volume in a team setting
  15. Why coaches need to train
  16. Advice for young strength coach
  17. Building confidence in the weight room that a carries over to the field
  18. The RMU Strength & Speed Seminar
  19. How to reach Coach Harvey

@SUNYUBStrong

The Nate Harvey File

Harvey is entering his third year in the Sports Performance Program at the University at Buffalo. During this time he has either assisted in or directed the training of each one of UB’s athletic teams at one time or another.

Harvey holds a Master's Degree in Applied Physiology from the State University of New York at Buffalo. During his time in graduate school at UB he also served as a volunteer assistant in the sports performance department.

Prior to his time at the University at Buffalo he spent time as a high school football coach, sports performance coach in the private sector and a Fitness Director for Xerox Recreation Association in Rochester, NY.

Harvey’s undergraduate work was completed at SUNY Brockport in Exercise Physiology and Physical Education. At Brockport he was a four year letter winner in football and eventual Usafootball.com All-American selection. He completed his undergraduate work with an internship in the Buffalo Bills strength and conditioning department.

He has been training himself for twenty years and uses this ‘under the bar’ experience to help his athletes reach their maximal potential. Recently, he earned his Elite Powerlifting status in August of 2009 in only his third competition entered.

Harvey resides in Buffalo with his wife Hillary and two children Natalie and Rocco.

@SUNYUBStrong

www.elitefts.com

http://articles.elitefts.com/features/interviews/3-questions-with-coach-nate-harvey/

Direct download: SPP204120Nate20Harvey.mp3
Category:Sports and Fitness -- posted at: 4:07pm EDT

Ashley Jones

Team Elitefts Columnist

Strength & Conditioning Coach

Author, Rugby Strength Coach

Topic Covered in this Podcast

1. How Ashley got started in the profession
2. Minimum requirements for raining athletes: Overseas vs the States
3. Misconception about Rugby training; Rugby vs Rugby League vs American Football
4. Programming considerations for Rugby
5. Assessments for Rugby Players
6. Differences between in-season and off season training for Rugby
7. Setting up the game week in-season
8. Developing a system for workload based on the individual
9. Similarities to NFL Coaching Philosophies
10. Technical vs tactical vs Physical preparation
11. Monitoring Conditioning and speed work
12. A more creative way to implement conditioning
13. Top-ups to address biomotor qualities
14. Strength Training for Rugby eBook
15. Advice for young coaches
16. Future plans and how to reach Ashley

The Ashley Jones File
Ashley Jones, MS, CSCS, is a rugby strength and conditioning coach who has worked with the elite of the game. Jones has been employed by the Crusaders (Super XV competition), New Zealand All Blacks, and the Australian Wallabies rugby teams over the last decade. He has worked in the sports physical performance conditioning and fitness industries since 1978 and has worked in various professional sports across three countries.

- Biography & photo courtesy of nsca.com

Articles by Ashley Jones

http://articles.elitefts.com/author/ashley-jones/

Buy "Engineering Physical Performance: Strength Training for Rugby: A Neural, Mechanical & Metabolic Approach Here:

http://www.flexcart.com/members/elitefts/default.asp?m=PD&cid=370&pid=6364

About the Book:

-New from International Strength and Conditioning Coach Ashley Jones.

-Ash shares his thoughts and specific training modalities in a raw cut to the tin information packed bible.

-No flashy graphics in this book, it is all about the information and the athletes.

-With 89 A4 pages this e-book allows Ash to share much of his world class experience and hands on insights into over 35 years at the coal face of strength training.

-Many of the world’s best rugby players have trained under Ash’s careful tuition including the All Blacks, Crusaders and Wallabies.

-An absolute must read for strength and conditioning professionals working in rugby.

Direct download: SPP204020Ashley20Jones.mp3
Category:Sports and Fitness -- posted at: 4:55pm EDT

Elitefts SPP Jay DeMayo Interview

Jay DeMayo

University of Richmond

Central Virginia Sports Performance Seminar

Topics Covered in this Podcast

1. Coach DeMayo’s career path
2. Off-Season training for basketball
3. Monitoring athletes
4. Acclimating First-year players
5. The transition to In-season training
5. Program considerations for swimming and diving
6. Training divers vs swimmers
7. Plyometircs of swimming
8. Special Exercises for swimming
9. The CVASPS Seminar
10. Advice for young strength coaches
11. How to contact Coach DeMayo

The Jay DeMayo File

Jay DeMayo has been the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Men’s and Women’s Basketball at the University of Richmond since October 2005.  Jay is a graduate of the State University of New York College at Cortland where he was a two year starter on the Men’s Soccer team.  Prior to taking over the responsibilities of Men’s and Women’s Basketball at UR Jay worked with every team on campus as the Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach working.  During his tenure at Richmond, Coach DeMayo has worked with five All-Americans, and 10 Atlantic 10 championship teams.  Presently Jay is also responsible for the dry land training for NOVA Aquatics LLC, one of the top youth swim clubs on the eastern seaboard where he has coached over twenty athlete’s whom have qualified for Olympic Trials.

Coach DeMayo’s constant effort to better himself as a coach has brought him numerous certifications.  Coach DeMayo has his Level I coaching certification from USA Track and Field, is certified as an American Kettlebell Club Coach, United States Weightlifting Sport Performance Coach and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Coach DeMayo has also been a presenter for four consecutive years at the Pennsylvania State Clinic at Juniata College.  At the PA State Clinic Coach DeMayo has spoken on “Training Soccer Players, Developing a 3 Day Strength Training Program,”  “Max Effort Training for Sports,” and “Lift Preparation, The Next Evolution of the Warm Up,” “Developing a Progression for Auxiliary Lifts” and “Teaching the Squat and Deadlift.”  Coach DeMayo has also presented at the University of Richmond Sports Performance Clinic and with the Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball Academy.  Coach DeMayo has also been involved in developing the Basketball Strength Symposium in Raleigh, NC, and the Central VA Sports Performance Seminar.

Courtesy of www.cvasps.com

Direct download: SPP203920Jay20DeMayo.mp3
Category:Sports and Fitness -- posted at: 5:12pm EDT

Elitefts SPP Adam Feit Interview

Interview with Adam Feit

Director of Sports Performance at Reach Your Potential Training

Founder of The Young Strength Coaches Corner

www.adamfeit.com

Topics Covered in this Podcast

  1. Adam's career path: paying dues
  2. The Springfield College advantage
  3. From a young assistant to a younger head coach
  4. Developing assistants for the next step
  5. Finding what makes you stand out as a coach
  6. Empowering assistant coaches
  7. Nutritional strategies for athletes
  8. Adjusting from college to the NFL
  9. The decision to make the move into the private sector
  10. Communication with youth athletes
  11. The experience of a private sector like RYPT
  12. The YSCC : From networking to coaching frustrations to career advice
  13. How to reach Adam

The Adam Fiet File

Courtesy of www.igotrypt.com

Certifications:

  • National Strength and Conditioning Association- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS)
  • Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association- Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified (CSCCa-SCCC)
  • United States Weightlifting Coach- Level 1 Certified (USAW-1)
  • National Academy of Sports Medicine-Performance Enhancement Specialist (NASM-PES)
  • Precision Nutrition- Certified Nutritionist (PN-1)

Education:

  • B.S. Applied Exercise Science (Springfield College, 2006)
  • M.S. Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention  (California University of Pennsylvania, 2009)

Adam Feit is the Director of Sports Performance for Reach Your Potential Training and is responsible for the design and implementation of the center's sports performance programs. Adam brings a host of college and professional strength and conditioning and nutrition experience to Reach Your Potential Training. Previously serving as the Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach and Nutrition Coordinator for the NFL's Carolina Panthers, Adam designed and implemented the strength and conditioning programs for the Panthers' specialist and quarterback position groups. Adam also supervised the strength and conditioning programs for the offensive and defensive skill players while overseeing the entire team's performance nutrition program, including meal plan design, supplement protocols and on/off-site meal services.

Before joining the Carolina Panthers, Adam served as the Head Sports Performance Coach for Eastern Michigan University in 2010-2011. Adam designed sports performance programs for football and women's soccer, while supervising a full-time staff in charge of 21 varsity sports. While at Eastern, Adam implemented the university's first nutrition training table and supplement station and directed major advancements and renovations to the school's strength and conditioning facilities.

Prior to assuming head coaching responsibilities at Eastern Michigan, Adam served as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for the University of Louisville's Football Team. At Louisville, he assisted with the design and implementation of the football team's athlete development programs through the 2008 and 2009 football seasons.

Earlier in Adam's career, he served as a Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for The Citadel in Charleston, SC. He also performed strength and conditioning internships with Arizona State University, US Olympic Training Center, University of Connecticut and Springfield College.

As a college athlete, Adam played football for Springfield College in Springfield, MA. During his years as an offensive lineman, he was a team captain and garnered all-consensus 1st Team All-American and All-Empire 8 League honors. As the Division III's East Region Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2006, he helped Springfield win its' only Empire 8 Championship and reach the second round of the NCAA playoffs. Adam also represented Team USA in the Division III All-Star game, the Aztec Bowl, in Aguascalientes, Mexico.

Adam's passion for sports performance doesn't end with coaching. He is an active competitive lifter in Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting and strongman. Adam is married to Mary Kate Feit (Jones), also a sports performance coach and competitive lifter, and have a newborn son Cody. 

When not coaching, training or spending time with family, you can find Adam writing on his blog at http://www.adamfeit.com or working with his online social network of young strength and conditioning coaches with the YSCC (Young Strength Coaches Corner).

Direct download: SPP203820Adam20Feit.mp3
Category:Sports and Fitness -- posted at: 3:13pm EDT

Carl Valle Interview

Topics Covered in this Podcast

1. The decision to take a risk

2. The gap between technologoy and application

3. From HRV to GPS: Assessing Readiness

4. Overtesting Syndrome

5. Practical procedures for testing

6. Facial Coding for readiness

7. Evaluating muscle tissue with TMG

8. Using GPS to adapt workload

9. Communicating and Education team coaches to morph tactical and physical training

10. VBT Training: A metric of a metric of a metric

11. Perspective on the athlete managment system

12. The 3 data sets that all coaches want

13. Technology and job securtiy

14. Jurassic Park for Coaches and the 3 levels of technology

15. Quick Take-a-ways for coaches: The 4 Ss

16. Speed training made simple for sport coaches

17. How to reach Carl

About Carl Valle

Since 1997 I have coached Track and Field at every level, from high school to the Olympic level in the sprints and hurdles. Having the privilege of working with great athletes that have been All-American and school record holders, many rewarding experiences made me love both the sport and working with great people. After years of seeing athletes fall through the cracks in the US  and abroad, I decided to create a unique solution to leverage the great coaching community and medical network by organizing those resources

Direct download: SPP203720Carl20Valle.mp3
Category:Sports and Fitness -- posted at: 10:58am EDT

Ryan Horn is the Director of Athletic Perofrmnace of Men's Basketball at Wake Forrest University.

Topics Covered in this Podcast

1. Ryan Horn's Career Path

2. Coming in to a new role at a new school

3. Utilizing Technology in the Athletic Performance Setting

4. "You can't manage what you don't manage."

5. Off-Season Training

6. The Upsidedown Pyramid

7. The role of the Athletic Performance Coach

8. "My job is not to ask questions, its; to give answers."

9. Assessment & Evaluation

9. "I'd much rather teach, than correct."

10. Off-Season carryover into the Season

11. Perceptual vs Objective monitoring for readiness

12. How to reach Coach Horn

 

The Ryan Horn File:

Ryan Horn is in his first season with the Wake Forest basketball program in 2014-15. Horn serves as the Demon Deacons' Director of Athletic Performance.

Horn joined the Demon Deacons in April 2014 after working under head coach Danny Manning at the University of Tulsa where he helped the Golden Hurricane win the 2013-14 Conference USA regular season and tournament championships--the program's first league title since 2003.

Horn spent three seasons at Tulsa and most recently directed the athletic performance programs for men's basketball and softball while assisting with football. He also previously worked with the Golden Hurricane women's basketball and women's soccer teams.

Prior to Tulsa, Horn spent five seasons at VCU as the associate head strength and conditioning coach. Horn was directly responsible for designing and implementing strength and conditioning programs for the Rams' men's and women's soccer, field hockey and golf teams while also assisting with men's and women's basketball.

Horn began his professional career as a volunteer intern at Robert Morris University and Liberty University where he assisted with all aspects of the strength and conditioning program for football and men's and women's basketball.

Horn played football at East Stroudsburg University for one season and James Madison University for three seasons.

Originally from Inwood, W.Va., Horn graduated from Shepherd University with a bachelor's degree in exercise science in May of 2007 and completed his master's degree through the VCU Center for Sports Leadership in 2008.

Horn is an approved mentor and strength and conditioning coach certified through the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. He is also a certified Sports Performance Coach through USA Weightlifting and a Level 1 Track and Field Coach through USA Track and Field.

Horn and his wife, Ashley, have two children: son, Landon, and daughter, Addison.

Courtesy of Wake Forrest Athletics

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Direct download: SPP203620Ryan20Horn.mp3
Category:Sports and Fitness -- posted at: 5:01pm EDT

Elitefts SPP - ACL Prevention with Dr. Tim Hewett

Timothy Hewett, PhD

Director, OSU Sports Health & Performance Institute
Director of Research, OSU Sports Medicine
Professor, Departments of Physiology & Cell Biology, Family Medicine, Orthopaedics and Biomedical Engineering


Topics in This Podcast

1. Recent trends in ACL injury

2. How the NBA utilized Dr. Hewitt

3. Biomechanical casues of ACL injuries

4. Post injury factors

5. Screening for risk factors

6. The best exericers for reducing ACL injuries

7. Prevention and training... one in the same

8. When to starting training to prevent ACL injuries

9. Why education is the most important aspect of prevention

10. How soon is too soon to come back from an ACL injury

11. Why reinjuries happen

12. The emotional toll from an ACL injury

13. Information about the ACL Workshop: 

www.regonline.com/2014aclworkshop

 

Education and Background

  • B.A. Anthropology from the University of Cincinnati 1984
  • B.S. Biology the University of Cincinnati 1984
  • Ph.D. Department of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Cincinnati College of
    Medicine 1990

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Molecular Biology, Department of Pharmacology & Cell
Biophysics, University of Cincinnati 1993

Experience & Interests

As Director of Research, Dr. Hewett is responsible for the oversight and coordination of a multi-disciplinary research program, as well as the development of strategic OSU Sports Medicine priorities.

Hewett joined Ohio State in 2010 from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, where he served as director of the Sports Medicine Biodynamics Center. He is nationally recognized for his work in the area of knee injury prevention in female athletes.

Hewett, who also serves as a tenured professor in Ohio State’s department of physiology and cell biology, completed a doctorate in physiology and biophysics from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, and has a post-doctoral fellowship in molecular biology. His research interests range from the molecular alteration of muscle contraction to the development of new methods for injury prevention and athletic development.

Hewett is a member of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine and the American College of Sports Medicine. He has more than 220 peer-reviewed publications, over 15,000 citations and an h-index of 70. He has authored a book and multiple book chapters.

He is a permanent member of the National Institutes of Health MRS Study Section and is on the Editorial board for several medical journals. He is an international expert in the field of injury prevention, especially of ACL injuries. Dr. Hewett has received several prestigious awards, including the NCAA, Excellence in Research, Systematic Review and O’Donoghue Awards from the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, the Rose Excellence in Research Award from the American Physical Therapy Association, the Clint Thompson Award from the National Athletic Trainers Association and a Young Investigator’s Award from the American Heart Association. He has been a Keynote speaker at many national and international conferences. His work has been cited on hundreds of occasions in lay press journals, including over ten in The New York Times, as well as Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Fox News, NPR and CBS. Dr. Hewett is a member of the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, The Orthopaedic Research Society and The American Physiological Society and is a Fellow in the American College of Sports Medicine.

 

Advising Narrative

I am a Professor in the Departments of Physiology and Cell Biology, Orthopaedic Surgery, Family Medicine and Biomedical Engineering, as well as the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at The Ohio State University. I have a doctorate in Physiology and Biophysics and post-doctoral fellowships in Molecular Biology and Biomechanics. I am an international leading expert in the field of injury prevention, with a special focus on ACL risk factor and prevention research. Thus far I have published over 220 peer-reviewed articles with over 15,000 citations in the medical literature, an h-index over 65 and have also authored a book and several book chapters. A permanent member of the National Institutes of Health MRS Study Section, I also serve on the Editorial board for several medical journals. My awards include the NCAA, Excellence in Research, Systematic Review and O’Donoghue Awards from the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, the Rose Excellence in Research Award from the American Physical Therapy Association, the Clint Thompson Award from the National Athletic Trainers Association and a Young Investigator’s Award from the American Heart Association. My work has been cited on hundreds of occasions in lay press journals, including over ten in The New York Times, as well as Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Fox News, NPR and CBS. My professional memberships include the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, The Orthopaedic Research Society and The American Physiological Society and I am a Fellow in the American College of Sports Medicine.

 

Books

American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. Understanding and Preventing Non-Contact ACL Injury. Champagne, IL: Human Kinetics, January 2007.

 

12th Annual ACL Workshop
State of the Art Prevention and Rehabilitation Program

Saturday, October 11, 2014
from 8 am - 5:30 pm
Medical Education and
Resource Center (MERC)*
619 Oak Street
Cincinnati, OH 45229
Maps and directions may
be downloaded from
www.cincinnatichildrens.org
*This is NOT held at the Main Hospital.

This workshop is designed for physicians, athletic trainers, physician assistants, nurses, occupational or physical therapists, students, researchers, strength and conditioning specialists, sports medicine and orthopedic health care professionals.
The ACL workshop is a day dedicated to the prevention, training, and rehabilitation of athletes who are at risk for ACL injuries. The world renowned team at the Human Performance Laboratory in the Sports Medicine Biodynamics Center will detail the latest prevention programs for female athletes. We will utilize state-of-the-art 3D motion analysis to teach athlete screening techniques. We will also teach neuromuscular training methods that focus on proper core and knee control and landing techniques.

www.elitefts.com

 

 

Direct download: SPP203520Tim20Hewett.mp3
Category:Sports and Fitness -- posted at: 5:16pm EDT

Elitefts SPP - James "The Thinker" Smith

James "The Thinker" Smith Interview on Elitefts Sports Performance Podcast

Topics in this Podcast

Self-educated beginnings
Learning from SEAL training
How James connected with elitefts
Combining the WSBB and the Charlie Francis Training System
Segregation between the sport coach and the physical preparation coach
Relationships between physical preparation and high performance sports training
Thermodynamics to explain coaching systems
What James would do different at the college level
The problem with tactical performance training
Addressing the injury potential of collision/ combat sports
How to contact James

 

Direct download: SPP203420James20Smith.mp3
Category:Sports and Fitness -- posted at: 4:47pm EDT

Mike Robertson is the President of Robertson Training Systems and the co-owner of Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training (I-FAST) in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mike has made a name for himself as one of the premier performance coaches in the world, helping clients and athletes from all walks of life achieve their physique and sports performance goals.

Topics in the Podcast

How Mike got into the Profession

How Mike hooked up with elitefts.com

Making the Connection between Rehab and Performance

The difference between medical based and performance based re-hab

The 2 sides of the R7 Philosophy origin

Creating systems for program design

Treat everyone like an athlete

Assessments and screening for new clients and athletes

What most athletes need and what their biggest weaknesses are

Mike's staple movements regardless of athlete or client

The benefit's of standardizing training templates

Progressions, Regressions, and Exercises Variations

The one thing that will help any athlete or lifter

Mike's advise for people getting into the profession

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Mike Robertson is the President of Robertson Training Systems and the co-owner of Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training (I-FAST) in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mike has made a name for himself as one of the premier performance coaches in the world, helping clients and athletes from all walks of life achieve their physique and sports performance goals. - See more at: http://robertsontrainingsystems.com/blog/who-is-mike-robertson/#sthash.SpfwXzgI.dpuf
Mike Robertson is the President of Robertson Training Systems and the co-owner of Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training (I-FAST) in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mike has made a name for himself as one of the premier performance coaches in the world, helping clients and athletes from all walks of life achieve their physique and sports performance goals. - See more at: http://robertsontrainingsystems.com/blog/who-is-mike-robertson/#sthash.SpfwXzgI.dpuf
Mike Robertson is the President of Robertson Training Systems and the co-owner of Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training (I-FAST) in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mike has made a name for himself as one of the premier performance coaches in the world, helping clients and athletes from all walks of life achieve their physique and sports performance goals. - See more at: http://robertsontrainingsystems.com/#sthash.9BBe83cW.dpuf
Mike Robertson is the President of Robertson Training Systems and the co-owner of Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training (I-FAST) in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mike has made a name for himself as one of the premier performance coaches in the world, helping clients and athletes from all walks of life achieve their physique and sports performance goals. - See more at: http://robertsontrainingsystems.com/#sthash.9BBe83cW.dpuf
Direct download: SPP_33_Mike_Robertson.mp3
Category:Sports and Fitness -- posted at: 11:23am EDT