Chad and I have consulted with dozens of professional athletes in order to address and fine their training program, nutrition design, or even their current lifestyle design.
Here’s a snapshot of some of the athletes that we have consulted with: either as full time clients or individuals who felt it best do a one-time consultation in order to address any glaring holes in what they were currently doing:
- Tyler Duffey, current starting pitcher for the Minnesota Twins
- J.T. Chargois, current Minnesota Twins minor league AA relief pitcher and former second round pick
- Hudson Boyd, current Minnesota Twins minor starting pitcher and former first round pick
- Seth Blair, former first round pick of the St. Louis Cardinals
- Eric Eadington, current Los Angeles Dodgers minor league relief pitcher
- Ethan Ferreira, former first team All-New England and 1st Team All-Ivy from Harvard
- Mike Martin, current outfielder in the Oakland Athletics minor league system
- Matt Kramer, former Atlanta Braves and Boston Red Sox minor leaguer and current med school student
In terms of training design, we make sure of the following:
- Building a big enough base of maximal strength in order to ensure your reserves in the bank are big enough to carry you through a 6-month season
- Incorporating the right kind of mobility work to address postural deficiencies and avoiding common mistakes that may get you injured and even worse cost you your career
- Structure that allows you to take advantage of the base of strength you have created and to express that strength as power that translates in game situations
- Incorporating the right kind of arm care that isn’t just a bunch of meaningless band work but actually works to train your rotator cuff in ways that lead to greater performance
In terms of nutrition design, we make sure of the following:
- Ensuring that your program is addressing your specific needs. If you need to lose fat, build muscle, or do both is your nutrition program set up to allow you to succeed in those areas?
- Working to build a base of sustainable habits that will allow you to make sure any changes you make sustain themselves in the long term
- Combatting inflammation is one of the most important things your nutrition must work to address. If you can’t limit inflammation, you can’t recover optimally and perform at your best on a daily basis.
- Ensuring that you are addressing your gut health. Adequate gut health will improve your levels of sleep and improve insulin sensitivity amongst a number of immeasurable benefits that will allow you to train harder and build muscle at levels that were previously unsustainable.
Most of all, Chad and I make sure that you are do is set up optimally so you give yourself the best chance to succeed. We have 10 years of professional baseball experience between the two of us and have seen many of our friends, teammates, and clients make it to the Show in order to generate an understanding of the model of success.
We look forward to hearing from you and taking your performance to the next level!
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