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St. Anselm's Abbey Highschool for Boys/ DC Breeze/ Creative Athletic Movements, LLC
Job Title
Head Strength and Conditioning Coach/Adjunct Professor
Current Job Description
Play a significant role in leading athlete to Christ. Incorporates leadership examples and characteristics to those athletes desiring to further their relationship with Christ and becoming effective men and women in the competitive business world.

Execute Visual Movement Screening before a training program to observe any instability, lack of mobility, lack of stability, functional limitations and asymmetries the athlete may have. According to the results, the basketball team training sessions are tailored to target noted deficiencies, and create efficient movements in the human body.

Implements various programs with an emphasis towards nutrition, athletic ability, and lifestyles, which are done by using innovative methods based on incorporating the body, gravity and ground.

Enhance fine and gross motor skills/movement patterns, which allow the athlete to react quickly and move in an efficient manner, which builds lean muscle mass and explosive fast twitch muscle fibers. For example, depending on the goals of the day, the athlete may perform tumbling, which emphasizes body awareness, quickness and proper landing principles.

Incorporates single limb movements into every training sessions, which focuses the core to stabilize in a unique way that t will compensate two limb lifts. For example, the more force and athlete can apply to the ground, with good balance, the greater the recruitment for muscle fibers, which transfers to the greatest potential of power and speed.

Develops athletic ability by training bare feet with ground-based calisthenics training the athlete the way their sports respond to the actual stimulus. For example, we emphasize ground based/animal training, like the gator, lope, inchworm, puppy runs and tiger crawls, just to name a few.

Make sure each athlete is proficient in the Olympic Lifts, which enhances the athletes sport unique ability to develop explosive power, control of external odd objects, and mastery of critical motor recruitment patterns.
Past Job Experience
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Bowie State University, Bowie Maryland – M.S. Degree, Public Administration (Fall 2007)

Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Virginia – B.S. Degree, Exercise Science, Physical Education and Health and Fitness Instructor, (Fall 2004)

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Improve Your Dribbling in the Paint With These Ball Handling Drills

In the past, basketball dribbling drills were practiced separately from sports performance training. However, we have found ways to increase ball handling skill through those drills while also increasing explosive movements needed to accelerate past a defender. This skill is especially valuable when you're in the paint or one-on-one against a defender.

These drills push the basketball athlete beyond the comfort zone, taking their ball handling skills to the next…


Posted on May 4, 2016 at 2:48pm

Get Strong and Fit With Wheelbarrow Exercises

Wheelbarrow exercises organized into complexes offer a serious conditioning challenge. The exercises are similar to Farmer's Walks, but the instability you must control adds a unique core control element. The tension created throughout your body increases testosterone production and builds muscle, making it a great way to finish off a workout.…


Posted on November 10, 2015 at 8:10am

2 Advanced Ab Rollout Variations for a Stronger Core

Rollouts are one of the best moves to develop the core. But if you have a strong core, traditional barbell or ab wheel Rollouts may leave something to be desired. Like any other type of training, as you get stronger, you need to make the exercise tougher.

Posted on November 10, 2015 at 8:08am

Challenge Your Core With Unconventional Loaded Carry Variations

It's surprising to me that more gym-goers don't perform loaded carry exercises. Occasionally you see someone walking around with one or two dumbbells, but most people spend their time on old-school ab exercises, like Sit-Ups or Crunches. As coach Dan John said, "Loaded carries are a secret because no one wants to do them."…


Posted on November 10, 2015 at 8:06am

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At 9:27am on December 15, 2011, David Bass said…


I think the new USAW policy is that you have to be registered 5 days prior to the event. Let me know if you have any other questions


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