Robust Physical Prep

Robust Physical Prep



Training Philosophy: Develop the general training qualities that underpin ELITE athleticism to build the ROBUST athlete.

Athletic Development: Robust Physical Prep seeks to enhance the following training qualities:

SPEED: Improve the rate at which the athlete can operate at

POWER: Improve the amount of force the athlete can exert as quickly as possible

STRENGTH: Improve the general ability to produce muscular force

AGILITY: Improve the ability to move efficiently and swiftly evade opponents

Watching athletes make improvements that lead to acheived success in their sport!


1 employee
3 years in business
Serves Lakewood , CO

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    Frequently asked questions

    Students are brought through a speed and power assessment where we measure acceleration, max velocity, lower body explosive power, and single leg power

    I am currently a collegiate strength and conditioning coach for University of Denver. I currently oversee the performance training for Men's Lacrosse, Women's Volleyball, and Alpine Ski athletes

    each session is a flate rate fee of $50 - generally each session is 60 minutes long +/- 10 minutes

    I first began as an intern at the University of Denver and University of Iowa Football strength and conditioning staff. From there, I became a Graduate Assistant Coach at Boston University where I earned my master's degree in Applied Human Development. Then, I was hired at Grand Canyon Univeristy in Arizona as a strength and conditioning coach working with soccer and softball. Presently, I am a strength and conditioning coach at Boston University 

    I specialize in speed, power, and strength development for the hockey, soccer, basketball, and softball athlete

    There is a lot of gimmicks in the field of sports performance. My advice would be to seek out a coach with a proven track record of achieving results. If they cannot show you hard data, they have not achieved results. 

    Am I ready to dedicate my time and be consistent with my training?

    If you are not willing to commit to two sessions per week for at minimum 4 weeks straight, you will not see progress or results.

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