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Improving Athletic Performance Part 1 (Youth Baseball Players)

By |April 21st, 2021|Athletic, baseball training, Sports Performance Coach, Sports Performance Training, Strength Training|

Hey guys, this is Coach Chad here at Back In Motion, and today, I'm going to talk to you about how to increase performance in youth baseball players specifically. The big thing I want to touch upon is strengthening the lower body because that's where baseball players are going to get all

6 Movements That Should Be In Everyone’s Training Program

By |April 14th, 2021|Athletic, Personal Training, Strength Training|

Where do I start? Have you ever walked into a gym and wondered where should I start? With so much equipment, exercise programs, and information out there it can be tough for someone to know where to start and what to do when exercising. In an effort to help with that I have

The Biggest Misconceptions About Women’s Fitness Debunked

By |April 2nd, 2021|Personal Training, Strength Training, Women's Fitness|

  With so much misinformation and myths surrounding women’s fitness out there, it’s easy to become misinformed and miss out on the results you want from your workouts. Subscribing to these myths that are so popular within the fitness world could be ruining your results and prevent you from achieving your

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

3 Myths About Youth Strength Training

By |September 11th, 2020|Athletic, Strength Training, Uncategorized|

You want your child to grow up strong and healthy. You know that strength training is beneficial for adults, but what about children? There are plenty of misconceptions when it comes to youth strength training. The bottom line is that youth strength training is just as beneficial (if not more) to youth

The Importance of Strength Training for Youth Athletes

By |September 1st, 2020|Sports Performance Coach, Strength Training|

Participation in youth sports is one of the best ways to promote a healthy and happy lifestyle for your child. But in order for your child to stay healthy in sport and reach their full potential, they will have to do some extra training outside of practice. As your child grows, they will

How You Can Help Your Athlete Reach Their Athletic Potential

By |February 7th, 2020|Athletic, Gray Sports Performance, Healthy and Fit, Personal Training, Sports Performance Coach, Strength Training|

Everyone wants to be at their best, especially when it comes to sports and competitive athletics. And the common consensus is that with proper training, every athlete should be able to improve and keep maximizing their capacities. But oftentimes, we come across really bright and promising athletes who just cannot make it

Why All Women Need Strength Training To Look And Feel Their Best

By |January 28th, 2020|Fat Loss, Healthy and Fit, Personal Training, Strength Training|

Oftentimes when women are pictured doing an exercise, it is mostly an aerobic or yoga type. While cardio and yoga are all good for your body, strength training can do a lot more. The benefits of strength training far surpass regular exercise and it is yet looked down upon because of certain

Top 5 Ways to Improve Your Strength

By |March 20th, 2019|Strength Training|

Optimum body strength is important. Mother Nature has endowed all of us with sufficient muscles coupled with a fabulously designed body structure to undertake almost all the physical tasks, meant for our survival and growth, efficiently. Be it running, lifting weight, doing everyday tasks, etc., possessing adequate body strength is a must