Archive for March, 2012

More Great Reasons Not to Specialize

Posted in Guest Authors, Media, Training, Training Females, Uncategorized, Youth Training with tags , , , on March 30, 2012 by mboyle1959

I really like this post from Brook De Lench of momsteam.com . My friend Michelle Amidon from USA Hockey ( an ADM rep) always sends me great stuff like this. Take a minute and read it.

http://www.momsteam.com/successful-parenting/seven-reasons-against-specializing-in-a-single-sport-and-travel-team-play-at-ea

Pretty Strong for a Girl

Posted in Core training, Fat Loss, Low Back Pain, Random Thoughts, StrengthCoach.com Updates, Training, Training Females, Uncategorized, Youth Training with tags , , on March 28, 2012 by mboyle1959

Yes, the title is a joke. This is another great female strength clip. As I have said for years, our female athletes suffer from low expecations and lack of role models. Neghar is a great role model because she is extremely strong and has developed a physique that most women would aspire to.

Save the Date for BSMPG in Boston

Posted in Hockey, Injuries, Low Back Pain, Media, Seminars, StrengthCoach.com Updates, Training, Training Females, Uncategorized with tags , , on March 27, 2012 by mboyle1959

The last few years Art Horne and Dan Boothy over at Northeastern University have put on an amazing seminar in the late spring. Art and Dan really have their finger on the pulse in the area of sports medicine and performance training and bring in speakers that you might not have heard yet. Think about it as seeing a breakout band before they hit the big arenas. This spring is no different. Make sure you save May 19th and 20th for what I think is the fourth annual BSMPG Conference. http://www.bsmpg.com/2012-summer-seminar/

Presenters include:

Joel Jamieson

Sean Skahan

Pete Freisen

Craig Liebenson and many others.

A Thought Provoking Video About Youth Sports

Posted in Random Thoughts, Training, Training Females, Youth Training with tags , , on March 21, 2012 by mboyle1959

I just got this video in my email. Take a minute and watch it.

More Evidence Against Early Specialization

Posted in Random Thoughts, StrengthCoach.com Updates, Training, Training Females, Youth Training with tags , , on March 20, 2012 by mboyle1959

If you regularly read this blog you know how I feel kids specializing in one sport too early. I continue to search out the best athletes and find their stories. I can tell you that it is rare that I find a professional athlete who says “my parents pushed me to choose one sport and that is why I am here today”. This is a great read on Jacoby Ellsbury and is more evidence that great athletes are mutli-sport athletes first.

http://www.news-press.com/article/20120318/SPRINGTRAINING/303180051/Ellsbury-once-athlete-all-seasons

Personal Training Mentorship

Posted in Core training, Fat Loss, MBSC News, Random Thoughts, Seminars, Training, Training Females on March 19, 2012 by mboyle1959

MBSC coaches Kevin Carr and Brendan Rearick have put together a great personal training mentorship experience at MBSC.

This mentorship experience has been designed to help in the development of any coach or personal trainer looking to make training people into a career.

  • Are you new to the business?
  • Do you have your own personal training studio?
  • Are you a life long student just looking to get better?
  • Want to know how the best in the world does it?
  • Do you do mostly private and semi private training?
  • Not enough time to go back to school or to do an internship?
To learn more and reserve one of only 10 spots go to 

http://www.bodybyboyle.com/personal-training-mentorship

Setting the Record Straight

Posted in Fat Loss, Injuries, Training, Training Females with tags , , on March 17, 2012 by mboyle1959

MBSC Mentorship attendee Brynn Jinett is helping to set the record straight on women’s fitness by challenging the light weight, high rep junk. Her efforts have landed her ( and if you read to page two MBSC) in the NY Post, Marie Claire, and the London Daily Mail. Our teachings continue to move across the world.

Read Barre Buster here