What’s New? Training, Scheduling, and Online Awesomeness
No gym? No problem! While we enter an exercise and sport enthusiasts worst nightmare of no gyms, no parks, no practices, and no leagues or competitions we can sulk in our sofas OR get creative and active! Do you have space in your garage, yard, or living room? Use the space to exercise. Do you have an internet connection and a camera on your computer? Schedule a live training session and join Coach Andrea and possibly others for exercise!
April 2020 Client Spotlight: Jeff Bibbs
Every month, Athletic Evolution SPT puts the spotlight on a client. This April, we’re featuring Jeff Bibbs, an avid golfer and tennis player. Learn more about Jeff’s training with Coach Andrea and who is favorite sports hero is!
10 Ways to Develop Power For Your Sport
The ability to develop and exert force quickly is critical in athletic performance! Whether you are hitting a “winner” on the tennis courts, spiking in front of the 10’ line, or swinging for a hole-in-one (or the fences!), executing any of those moves with more power can be the difference between success and a missed opportunity. Here are 10 ways you can add explosiveness into your training sessions, practices, and in the game, match, or event!
Spring Pantry Cleaning Tips For You
Out with the old, in with the new. Spring has always been associated with cleaning! Whether we are putting away winter clothes, reorganizing storage spaces to make room for new projects, or FINALLY putting away the holiday decorations, spring cleaning is a great way to kickstart the season. However, have you ever “spring cleaned” your pantry?
The Top 10 Characteristics of an Athlete
Let’s be real: there are more than ten characteristics or words to describe what it means to be an athlete. Which word(s) best describe you? Most assume that to be considered to be an ‘athlete’ that you need to be a professional with your jersey sold in sporting good stores, train 6 days a week like it’s your job, or look like the fitness phenomenons at the CrossFit Games…however, these are just the extreme end of what can qualify someone as an athlete.