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!
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
Students are brought through a speed and power assessment where we measure acceleration, max velocity, lower body explosive power, and single leg power
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
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
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
each session is a flate rate fee of $50 - generally each session is 60 minutes long +/- 10 minutes
How did you get started teaching?
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
What types of students have you worked with?
I specialize in speed, power, and strength development for the hockey, soccer, basketball, and softball athlete
What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?
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.
What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?
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.