East Valley Strength & Conditioning

East Valley Strength & Conditioning

5.0 (1)
1 hire on Lessons.com
3 employees
14 years in business

About this pro

With over a decade of experience training athletes of all caliber, I have dedicated my life to the pursuit of creating elite athletes. Working with players in the beginning of their competitive years in high school, to football players in the NFL, the drive is the same while the program varies.

-USAW-Strength Coach
-CF-Mobility & Movement
-NASM-Nutrition Coach

-CrossFit Games Athlete
-National USAPL Powerlifting Athlete
-National USAW Weightlifting Athlete


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Chandler, AZ 85226
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1 Review


  • Barb Surchik

    Our son plays travel hockey. Sam has been instrumental in pushing him to increase his strength, speed and endurance in order to reach the next level. We highly recommend and will continue with East Valley. Thanks Sam.


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Getting to know the client and what their goals are is the most important & first step in the process. Looking at movement patterns and possible imbalances helps to set the stage for where to begin.

Giving the client the insight as to what the program is going to look like helps the them to understand why we are doing what we are doing. It makes doing the hard things easier to understand what the payoff is going to be.

Once the program has been established, I deliver the goods. High intensity training, motivation to push beyond our limits, and laser-focused training programs.

What types of students have you worked with?

-High school football
-High school volleyball
-High school hockey
-College hockey
-College football
-College rugby
-Professional football
-Professional rugby

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Working with a young high school hockey player for the past 2 years and watching him grow into an amazing young man. From the smallest, youngest person on his club team, to making AAA hockey and getting pushed to forward from how fast and strong he has gotten on the ice.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Look for someone that cares about their athletes, someone that will help you through the failures and is more excited than you when you succeed.