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Beast Reality: Shitty days

When I was a young boy, My father took me into the city To see a marching band. He said, “Son when you grow up would you be the savior of the broken, the beaten and the damned?” He said, “Will you defeat them, your demons, and all the non-believers, the plans that they have […]

“Walk, walk, walk … ” Don’t forget the Little Things

It’s the little details that are vital. I think very definitely it’s the little things that make big things happen. – John Wooden You have to practice every day the way you are going to play on game day. – Jerry Rice I enjoy training athletes in Beast, but I am rarely completely satisfied following […]

Training the Energy Systems used in Football

When considering an Athlete’s energy systems, there are three methods the body uses to produce Adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the body’s main energy source on the cellular level. Each method is “selected” in accord with the cell’s demand for ATP. When conditioning for Football, it is of paramount importance to consider the body’s appropriate energy system. […]

$hit Overheard in The Beast

Let’s face it, when you’re consistently moving heavy weight, a lot funny $hit is said in-between sets. The intent of this blog series is to memorialize some of the $hit we’ve heard in (and around) the Beast Strength & Conditioning Facility over the past several years. Names (in some cases) have been omitted to protect […]

January 2011 – Beastly Year in Pictures

Please comment; which picture do you like Beast best? Tom Fox (below) was simply a Beast; this Trumbull High School Baseball Captain “Brought It” for each and every punishing workout and somehow always asked for more core work; definitely a prime example of someone that makes a Strength Coach’s life easy. I didn’t know what […]