Category: Training

Rest your BEST!

While the latest sports supplement or protein drink can make outlandish claims about improving performance, the real powerhouse to improving performance and reducing injury is sleep. In 2012, a study was done with teenage athletes and it was concluded that

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Why – How – What

          I’m honored to have the opportunity to contribute to the Trickey-Wright QBR camps. I attended my first Trickey-Wright camp going into my junior year of high school at Madison Memorial (Madison, WI). I was impressed

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Offseason: The Most Important Part Of Your Season

Summer is here! School is done and for many it’s the end of a three sport cycle. Although there are leagues and tournaments, it’s the first time during the year many football athletes are not in season. The next two

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Football Camps: The Secret Is In Your Approach

The end of the school year is right around the corner and summer is in sight. If you strap a helmet on in the fall, the next three months are crucial in your preparation leading to the season. You may

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The Power of Food: It Will Change You!

There is an age old saying that holds an incredible nugget of truth: “You are what you eat.” Quite literally, each of the cells in your human body is built from the material that enters your mouth. Take a good

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Sport Specialization vs. the Multi-Sport Athlete

There has been a major shift in the way athletes are being raised up. Specialization has become a new buzzword and the perceived norm. With the tantalizing sports scholarship on the line and visions of professional glory, parents and athletes

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Where Does It Go From Here? 2015 Starts Now

The excitement of the playoffs is here! The regular season has come to an end and each game becomes increasingly more important. A very simple formula rules: win or be eliminated. So whether your season ends in triumph or defeat,

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