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Coach Brix
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  • Harrisburg, PA
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Relation to the Strength & Conditioning Industry?
High School Coach, Personal Trainer, Other
Name of School, Team or Business
Explosive Sports Performance
Job Title
Owner
Current Job Description
Owner of Explosive Sports Performance. A company developed to help athletes unleash their potential in strength, speed, power, explosion and overall athletic performance. www.exsp.biz Also contributor for the CoachBrix.com website.
Past Job Experience
Exercise tech for a physical therapy company where I designed exercise programs for clients who were injured or coming off surgery.
Education
B.S. in Health and Science

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Warm-up/Cool-down

This is a topic in the health and strength field that has gained much attention over the past 2 decades.  I remember when I played sports in the 80/90’s the rule of warming up was to run 1 or 2 laps, get in a circle and go through a strentching routine.  Well most never stretched because the coaches usually never emphasised this and rushed you through it.  So getting the body warmed up usually consisted of just jumping right into practice.  Even if we did the warm-up it was…

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Posted on April 7, 2016 at 7:44am

Reason why you are not getting bigger

Reason #1 Your training is wrong.

For too long so many people get mad when they do not make the gains they expect.  They get these workouts from magazines, off websites etc… expecting to make huge gains and when they make no gains they give up.  There could be a number of reasons for this but here are some which stand out:

~Not everyone is made the same (We are all different)

~Not everyone is at the same level of lifting…

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Posted on December 26, 2015 at 7:04am

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