Training Athletes in Pittsburgh

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A little thought here.. I recieved a text message from one of my 14 year old clients asking me about diet and training questions this week.  His tryouts start next week.  Take in mind that I haven’t seen this client in 6 months.  No matter, he’s a good kid and I’ll do anything that I […]

Pittsburgh Monster Bench this past weekend..

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My man Chris did the editing but didn’t put the weights down on the video.. I opened with 405 on the bench and got red lighted(miss) for my ass coming up I hit 420 clean I missed 440 and almost killed myself. On the deadlift I opened with 550 next to 600-smoked it.. and smoked […]

PJ Pedrosky a true Pittsburgher

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A friend of mine whom I’ve know since I was cognizant died a few weeks ago at the age of 31.  He died from complications  of leukemia.  Without any prior health issues, he went into the hospital on a Tuesday and passed away on Sunday morning- out of the blue.  His name is PJ Pedrosky […]

Balance Training for Ice Hockey

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Eric Cressey sent some comments out on his newsletter that were fantastic. (http://ericcressey.com/newsletter142.html) It stems from his heavily research book called The Truth About Unstable Surface Training (http://ericcressey.com/products). Ice Hockey coaches all over the country think that they are different.  They are on 2 blades and requires their training to be so different right?  Wrong.  […]