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Retain what is useful, reject what is not. (Bruce Lee philosophy)

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At 5:01pm on April 20, 2009, Sara Lloyd said…
Hi Scott. To answer your question: We are located in Richfield, WI. My husband and I have been running health clubs for about 4 years...always for another owner though. We came across a gym that was trying to sell. They were going downhill and needed some major work. We decided it would be a good investment for us. The bottom line really comes down to service. If you can provide such a high quality of service, location and all those other things don't matter quite as much. You draw people to you and create that orientation in the community that you are the best around. We are still transitioning but have big plans for the future. Currently remodeling the gym and have a couple platforms that should be in soon! What are your plans for the future? How do you like the University setting?
At 11:27am on February 13, 2009, Everrett Gathron said…
How are you doing Coach Raymond. Yes I am the new Director here at UTPA. Things are going good. The coaches have bought into my training philosophies and the teams as well. They're a smaller school so obviously i'm fighting the battle of trying to get a new facility budget but of course the funding issue comes up. But all things considered I have no complaints. I was an Asst. at SMU before UTPA and before that Ohio U. Nice talking to you. Good luck going forward.
At 7:06am on December 10, 2008, Todd A Riedel said…
Scott, I talked to Bob Rhode a while back about the Intern positions. However, i chose to go to Tulsa to work for my buddy Marcus Kenny.
About the Conference...we found out yesterday that we as a staff are going! So, i hope to see you there!
Todd
At 12:36pm on December 9, 2008, Brandon Howard said…
Scott,

ya we will have to try and get together at the conference. Shoot me an email and we can figure something out.

bhoward@georgiasouthern.edu
At 4:25pm on December 7, 2008, Todd A Riedel said…
Scott, i work assist with football and train soccer, tennis and cheer. What sports do you train or work with? I talked to you guys a few times in the past about internship and positions but nothing came of it!
Have a great day
Todd A. Riedel
At 2:21pm on December 2, 2008, Chris Wood said…
Hi Scott-

Yes still DIII. S&C here is a different animal... let's call it organized chaos. I have about 500 athletes, 50% are highly motivated. This is my second year here and the athletes are really getting into it!

Football was 7-2 last year, 3-6 this year... we lost about 45 seniors, and this year we have 52 freshman!

Softball is middle of the pack right now. We just hired a new coach. The athletes love her so far, and she sells what I am doing with her athletes. We'll see what happens>

CW
At 1:39pm on December 2, 2008, Scott Raymond said…
1) The workload must be sufficient to disrupt biological equilibrium enough to necessitate an adaptation, and 2) recovery must be sufficient to enable the adaptation to occur while avoiding overtraining.
-Rippetoe & Kilgore, Practical Programming
At 11:37am on December 1, 2008, Jeremy Weeks said…
Yes sir, I am a Graduate Assistant under Coach Ruf.
At 10:50am on November 29, 2008, Scott Raymond said…
"An athlete who is receiving regular regeneration methods and treatments is able to increase the volume of high quality- high intensity work by as much as 40 %."
-Charlie Francis, Canada's premier sprint coach
At 12:54pm on November 28, 2008, Scott Raymond said…
"There is no correlation between the ability to display great strength and the ability to display it quickly."

-R.A. Roman, weightlifting coach for the former Soviet Union
 
 
 

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