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SSP Mobility Series: Sitting, Part 1

SSP Mobility Series: Sitting, Part 1
SSP Mobility Series: Sitting, Part 1 By: Jonathan TaylorSports Performance SpecialistSpectrum Sports PerformanceRead more

Being Cleared By Your Doctor Doesn’t Mean You’re Ready

Being Cleared By Your Doctor Doesn’t Mean You’re Ready By: Will Hitzelberger Luckily, we work with some great Orthopedics that recognize the importance of integrating performance training with and after physical therapy. When an athlete is cleared by their doctor, there are several considerations that play into [...]Read more

SPARQ – Nike Performance Summitt

SPARQ – Nike Performance Summitt
This past weekend, SSP owners Will Hitzelberger and Dan Schuck traveled to Portland, Oregon to the Nike World Headquarters to attend the second annual SPARQ - Nike Performance Summit. There were approximately 100 selected invitees from around the world that all share a passion and knowledge in [...]Read more

Spring 2013 Internship Testimonials

Spring 2013 Internship Testimonials
My name is Mikell Hammer, I am graduating with my Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Southern Arkansas University. I will be attending the University of Arkansas for my Masters degree in Exercise Science/Kinesiology this coming semester. SSP has given me many opportunities and opened many [...]Read more

Train Movements, Not Muscles

Train Movements, Not Muscles
By: Jonathan TaylorSports Performance SpecialistSpectrum Sports PerformanceThe human body was made to move! Starting when we are very young, the body begins to progressively learn how to move through a series of rolling, pulling, pushing, crawling, and eventually walking techniques. Through the need of getting from here [...]Read more

Mythbusters for Women: Exercise Fact or Fiction, Part 2

Mythbusters for Women: Exercise Fact or Fiction, Part 2
By: Jonathan TaylorSports Performance SpecialistSpectrum Sports PerformanceI’m back! Often times with topics of fitness and exercise, it is not so much an issue of learning, as it is an unlearning of what we have learned. Self-image, opinions of others, miss-informed articles, and a host of other hurdles [...]Read more

Warm Up

Warm Up
By: Eric McGinnis, CSCSSports Performance Specialist, Rollins College Strength CoachSpectrum Sports Performance If you’re like most people, you hate to warm up and you don’t do it well enough. I’m not judging you. In fact I totally understand. A warm up is the last thing I want [...]Read more

Overtraining: More Isn’t Better

Overtraining:  More Isn’t Better
By: Calum McLellan, CSCS, NASM-PESSports Performance SpecialistSpectrum Sports PerformanceIt is commonly thought that if a little of something is good, then more must be better. When it comes to training for a sport, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Just like anything in life, training too [...]Read more

Mythbusters for Women: Exercise Fact or Fiction, Part 1

Mythbusters for Women: Exercise Fact or Fiction, Part 1
By: Jonathan TaylorSports Performance SpecialistSpectrum Sports PerformanceKnowledge is power, but wisdom is applying that knowledge to actually affect what you do. With the excessive amount of information pertaining to fitness, gaining muscle, and fat loss out there, what is true and what is just a gimmick? One [...]Read more

NFL Combine Series, Part 6, Body Composition

NFL Combine Series, Part 6, Body Composition
By: Steve Yahns, MS, CSCS, NASM-PESAssistant Director of Performance, Lead Methodology EducatorSpectrum Sports PerformanceAfter spending the past few weeks breaking down drills and tests that the NFL combine demands out of athletes, guys still must face the fact that their bodies are up on display for the [...]Read more
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