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5 Tips For Parents On Improving Their Athletes Football Performance

By |March 24th, 2021|Athletic, football training, Sports Performance Coach, Sports Performance Training|

As parents, all you want is the best of the best for your kids. This is why you provide every opportunity possible to them so that they can excel in their fields. And it is indeed a joyous day when you sit in the stands and watch your kid run across the field

3 Exercises To Develop Explosive Power In Athletes

By |March 10th, 2021|Athletic, Gray Sports Performance, Sports Performance Coach, Sports Performance Training|

  Explosive power is one of the main fitness components important for success in many sports such as football, basketball, baseball, etc. So what is power? Power is recruiting as many motor units as possible in a short amount of time. It's the ability to exert maximum muscular contraction instantly in an

29 Motivational Workout Quotes | BackInMotion

By |March 3rd, 2021|Athletic, Fat Loss, Healthy and Fit, Personal Training|

At Back In Motion Fitness & Performance, we know how difficult it is to keep and stay motivated with your fitness and health goals. We see it every day with our clients. The good news is, you're not alone! Sticking to your fitness goals can be tough especially when you're starting out.

3 Skills Every Athlete Needs To Be Successful

By |February 18th, 2021|Athletic, Sports Performance Coach, Sports Performance Training|

Hey everyone, Coach Chad here over at Back in Motion Fitness & Performance. Today we're just going to talk about the 3 things that every athlete needs to be successful! There are many things that go into being a great and successful athlete but these are our top three. One is

Good Or Bad: Sport Specialization In Youth Athletes

By |February 12th, 2021|Athletic, Sports Performance Coach, Sports Performance Training|

Coach Chad here at Back in Motion Fitness & Performance, and today we're going to talk about sports specialization. The purpose of this article is to discuss the difference between sport specialization and diversification in youth athletes specifically the effect these methods have on injuries, development, skill acquisition, and psychological aspects. The Problem

Exercising After An Injury Safely

By |February 4th, 2021|Athletic, Personal Training, Uncategorized|

Hi everyone, this is Coach Chad here at Back in Motion, and today's topic is how to get into exercise safely after injury. Whether you got knee pain from running, tore your ACL, or experienced muscle strains, you’ve been on the bench for a while. Now, you’re itching to

A Simple Workout To Keep the Pounds Off During the Holidays

By |December 14th, 2020|Athletic, Fat Loss, Healthy and Fit, Personal Training|

Holidays and fitness don’t always seem to go well together. When you think of holidays, you tend to lose all the built-up determination and inhibitions in front of the festive delicacies and busy schedules that come with the holiday events. You may start missing your training sessions and find it challenging to

5 Ways Soccer Players Can Improve Their Performance

By |November 27th, 2020|Athletic, Gray Sports Performance, Sports Performance Training, Strength Training|

Are You A Parent Wanting To Help Your Athlete Reach Their Maximum Potential? If you're a parent wanting your soccer athlete to reach their maximum potential, maybe make the team or even get an athletic scholarship, then continue to read this post below. In this post, we're gonna describe the five ways

Common Speed Training Mistakes

By |October 26th, 2020|Athletic, Speed Training, Sports Performance Coach, Sports Performance Training|

  Do you want to help your athlete be faster and more powerful? Hi, I'm Dr. Scott Gray, Owner & Founder of Back In Motion. I want to describe three of the most common mistakes coaches and parents make, and athletes, that they make when trying to improve their athlete's