Archive for January, 2015

Pitching and Catching Clinic at MBSC

Posted in Uncategorized on January 14, 2015 by mboyle1959

High School Baseball Season is coming. If you are looking for a great pitching/catching clinic for your kids come to MBSC on Sunday January 25th. We are extremely proud to have 5 MLB  current and former players including Rich Hill ( former Red Sox pitcher) ,Jeremy Bleich,Matt Hyde,Chad Epperson ( Red Sox Minor League Catching Coordinator)  and Steve Lomasney as well as coaches and scouts join us for a morning of instruction for high school pitchers and catchers. The goal of this camp is to improve the pitching and catching skills of each athlete. This camp provides a very low camper to coach ratio in a great learning environment.
Campers will receive instruction from major league coaches, scouts and players.
Pitchers will receive instruction on mechanics, grip, footwork and fielding
Catchers will receive instruction on mechanics, blocking, receiving, footwork and throwing
9am-12pm
29 Draper Street, Woburn, MA
$200.00 per High School Athlete
Only 20 pitchers/5 catchers…spots will fill fast
Call 781-938-1330 or Email Carrie@bodybyboyle.com to register

PS- We filled about 1/2 the spots in one day so call today.

Eight Lessons for Leading Kids from Derek Jeter’s Dad

Posted in Uncategorized on January 13, 2015 by mboyle1959

I was lucky enough to meet Derek Jeter during my two years with the Red Sox and was impressed by his humility. He walked up to me and said ” hi I’m Derek” as if I might not know. If you read this you’ll understand where his values came from.

Eight Lessons for Leading Kids from Derek Jeter’s Dad

How Exercise Keeps Us Young

Posted in Guest Authors, MBSC News, Media, Training with tags , , , on January 9, 2015 by mboyle1959

Thanks to my friend Craig Liebenson  and the NY Times for this.

How Exercise Keeps Us Young

The bottom lie here is that with training what we view as aging is very preventable. We age more from disuse than use. Smart training can keep us moving well into our eighties. If you read the article you will see that the inclusion of strength training ( like an adult group session or a 1-1 session at MBSC) would solve the strength/ power loss.

A Little Mike Boyle Film Festival?

Posted in Core training, Low Back Pain, MBSC News, Media, Strength Coach Podcast, StrengthCoach.com Updates, Training, Uncategorized with tags , on January 5, 2015 by mboyle1959

Stack Magazine put together a bunch of videos we did all on one YouTube link. Take a look. Quick videos on squatting, complexes, KB swings, overhead pressing and more.

 

Avoid Antibiotic Resistance

Posted in Uncategorized on January 4, 2015 by mboyle1959

Many people will consider this alarmist but read it anyway.

A Compelling Documentary About Antibiotic Resistance and How to Combat It

Every time I hear about someone running to the doctor for a Z-Pack I think of this. I might use antibiotics once every two to three years.

 

USOC Formula for Developing Elite Athletes

Posted in Uncategorized on January 2, 2015 by mboyle1959

I am going to hammer this topic to death. Read this report form the USOC about elite athlete development ( thanks to Michelle Amidon of USA Hockey for passing so much of this stuff along).

Read down to the sub heading Implication

“The findings indicate that Olympians were involved in an average of three sports per year until age 14, which belies the notion that early specialization is critical to long-term success.”

Did you read that? Three sports per year until at least 14. That is the key to success. Don’t believe fake experts who have never developed an Olympian.