My name is Siosaia Moeakiola and i am currently a student athlete at Midwestern State University. Last summer, i did a internship with TCU as a Junior. Also this last few semester i been taught and train by Dr. Kilgore and Mark Rippotoe (authors of the book 'STARTING STRENGTH") and the fundamental strength and conditioning.I will love to come up there in do a summer intern if that possible.Hope to hear from you soon.
My name is Eric Cash and I am the Head Strength Coach at Presbyterian College in South Carolina. Every spring I like to take visits and study programs. Myself and Dennis Love--asst. at Clemson--would like to visit Pittsburgh this spring. I went to ASU last year to visit w/ Coach Kenn and learned a great deal. And he suggested visiting Pitt. If this is possible, please let me know. Look forward to talking with you.
I recently watched your elietfts interview from 2005 when you were in the NFL. Now that you have athletes year round have your views on Olympic lifts changed? Do you do Olympic lifts with teams other that football? I really enjoy the VMO prehab exercises that you showed in the video. Thanks.
Have you changed your postseason GPP program much since going from the NFL back to college? It seems like we have so little time in a year to develop these kids, especially when you only have 4 years with a comparatively limited athlete to begin with, as I do here at a non-scholarship school. I get antsy after a couple weeks and transition to a more traditional program that maintains the GPP and prehab elements. Do you think this is a mistake? Thanks.
Take your time, things have been busy this way too. Nice win against IOWA, your guys played their asses off and look very good physically. Very impressive. I just finished reading Issurin's book a month or so ago and I'm starting to experiment with the block methodology. My athletes are responding well to the mini-blocks we've completed thus far and seem to like it. Good luck in your Big East opener!