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Chris Miller, Captain USAF

“Coach Brock taught me that hard work is relative and pushing yourself past what you believe is attainable day-in and day-out is the true definition of success. Those lessons are some of the same lessons that I try to follow as a Captain in the USAF.” Continue Reading

Jodi Wilhite Vaughn

Jodi (Wilhite) Vaughn

“Coach Brock set me on a path that is now my lifestyle and how I make a living. I now coach Olympic Weightlifting to all levels from age 6-70. It gave me the ability to believe I could do anything if I worked hard and put myself in the field of play.” Continue Reading

Tim Atchison

“His expertise on nutrition and mobility that really helped me maximize my potential in the weight room and on the field. His strength and conditioning program are second to none and the work I put in with Coach Brock made me feel that I could compete with anyone!” Continue Reading

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Mobility, Stability, Technical Refinement, and CNS Activation—Part 2

Until the summer of 2019, I did not use any specifically designed screening assessment with our athletes. I had read about the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) when it was first introduced but had not studied it closely. I had coached football, powerlifting, and track at the same school since 1999 and was responsible for the development and implementation of the strength and conditioning for all [...]

Mobility, Stability, Technical Refinement, and CNS Activation—Part 1

Topics I have discussed briefly in previous blogs are mobility, stability, technical refinement, and Central Nervous System (CNS) activation. They comprise an area that I am ashamed to admit did not get its due respect or emphasis from me in the training programs I developed until just a few years ago. A part of this neglect was due to training session time constraints. Time is [...]

To Get Certified, Or Not to Get Certified, That Is the Question

And a good question it is!! Within the strength and conditioning profession, this seems to be a question that has continually been asked since the establishment of the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) credential in 1985. The question has become even more prevalent in recent years as positions in the profession have expanded from a relative handful in the collegiate and professional ranks and [...]

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