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FPM: Bridge the Gap – Train 2 Recover

FPM: Bridge the Gap – Train 2 Recover Bridge The Gap (GPP): Register Here May 11-12th I will be in NYC at Performix House to teach the FPM: Bridge the Gap course. If you are a trainer/coach/therapist in or around the area, grab a ticket and let’s train! Course Outline: General Physical Preparation (GPP) as… Read more »


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New Service Offered

Detailed Program Analysis A lot of people email me because they are stuck within their current program and need ideas to help them bust through this sticking point. They may not want or need a specific program written for them, instead, they need a new perspective. I truly believe that most people’s training and nutrition… Read more »

When Should Kids Begin Sports Performance Training?

If you have a young child in sports, I imagine you have considered some athletic training. In my opinion, coaches and parents vastly underestimate and under-appreciate the role proper training can have in developing an all around athlete. All sports require a certain level of movement efficiency. The best athletes are those with great body… Read more »

Team Training For Sports

Team Training For Sports

Could your son or daughter’s entire team use some performance training? We offer small group, 1-on-1, and team training.  We train the Clarence Softball Travel team, the U15 Empire girls soccer team, a synchronized swim team, some of the areas top tennis players and more. Make sure you visit our Sports Performance Training link for… Read more »

Post-Workout Carbohydrates: Why They Aren’t Necessary

Before you drown yourself in the latest sugar-laden post-workout concoction, ask yourself why? A few years ago, I wrote an article on elitefts™ about the different ways to alter your peri-workout nutrition. From fasted training to intra-workout carbohydrates to limiting carbohydrates post-workout, it stirred up a little controversy. I didn’t specifically say that one was… Read more »

Personal Training Buffalo

Youth Sports Training

If you have a child in athletics, I would hope that you have seen some of the recent literature regarding early specialization in sport. Sports are big business today and with college scholarships on the line, parents and kids are devoting more and more time to perfecting their craft. Between their school team, travel team,… Read more »

Sports Performance Training in Buffalo, Ny

Sports Performance Training in Buffalo, Ny

We created this facility for one reason: to break the mold. This is not your typical gym with weekend certified trainers. This is not a training facility where athletes are thrown into groups of 20 kids while an intern checks their facebook and “coaches” them. We wanted to offer something different. A facility where we… Read more »

The IIFYM Conundrum

The IIFYM Conundrum

If you lift weights and use any form of social media, you might, kind of, maybe, know what IIFYM is. My guess is that you probably see a picture of ice cream with a Pop-Tart® and #IIFYM at least 15 times a day. What does it all mean? Because it’s ambiguous in nature, everyone seems… Read more »

New York Sports Center T-Shirts

New York Sports Center T-Shirts

His and hers New York Sports Center Dri-fit shirts are now available! Email with your size if you want me to hold one for you (nysportscenter@gmail.com)

Tips To Boost Your Bench

Tips To Boost Your Bench

I promised more short blogs so… The bench press. It’s a staple in most people’s routines even though it’s highly overrated and has mainly become an “ego” or measuring stick lift. How much can you bench, bro? If you lift weights, you have probably been asked this question a thousand times. Here are a few… Read more »

How Much Protein Do You Really Need?

How Much Protein Do You Really Need? Enough is enough. Somewhere between ridiculous supplement company recommendations and broscience cooler talk, protein intake has gotten out of hand. Recently, I saw a contest preparation “coach” in my area post a picture of his client’s diet. He was having 500 grams of protein per day. That isn’t… Read more »