Eric Hammer

Philosophy

Eric’s basic philosophy is to get athletes and clients to move better first and foremost before anything else is ever a thought. Everything he does begins with an end in mind — meaning that he is not moving forward blindly in his training process of his athletes or clients. He knows where they are and where they want to go in their movement development at every moment along the training process.

Eric’s next objective is to perform goal setting with his athletes and clients. This process is the next priority because he is a results-orientated performance coach. Each goal is different. He doesn’t believe everyone should train off of the same program, but there will be some overlapping traits of each program. Overall, he has his training values, but those values are prioritized based on the goals of the individual. In the end, the results speak for themselves and so do the relationships he builds with his community members.

Eric is driven by the 24-hour athlete rule. He understands that a training session only lasts a small portion of the day. What the athlete or client does the other 22 to 23 hours in the day will ultimately determine his or her success. With that overriding thought Eric is a firm believer in nutrition education with his trainees. He knows that to make the progress you want to make people need to be educated on changing their daily nutritional habits in order to put themselves at an advantage with their training. That is why a big portion of his training deals with educating his athletes and clients on what to eat and do during those 22 to 23 other hours of the day.

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Griffin Uhl

Philosophy

The training of the athletic population is dependent on factors including, but not limited to:

  1. Age
  2. Training history
  3. Sport

I use my educational background, practical experience, and continuing education to prescribe not the most flashy, but the most effective systems, methods, means, and modalities for our athletes. I am not tied down to one specific system, and I make informed and appropriate decisions that take results into account when prescribing and implementing a training program for anyone who trains with me.

I work in an environment that makes the athlete feel comfortable, developing a relationship built on trust. I want all of my athletes to succeed, and I will provide a training atmosphere that does not stifle personality, but encourages it while being extremely efficient with our time and techniques.

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Brock Martin

Philosophy

As a performance coach, I aim to train and condition individuals across all sports and experience levels in a way that will transfer to their performance while minimizing the potential risk of injury. I am passionate about and fully committed to our training programs and our athletes, and I seek to demonstrate this every day by maintaining positive coach-athlete relationships and meeting the athlete where they are at that point in time. “Coach the athlete, not the movement.”

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John Stich

Philosophy

To help improve athletic performance and increase injury prevention.

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Derek Dozier

Philosophy

I truly believe every athlete, at any level, always has room to get better and improve. I dedicate myself to try to find different ways to communicate and interact with each athlete to help take them to that next level physically and mentally. Strength and conditioning is more than just being big, strong and fast, but being able to tell yourself that you are prepared and ready to perform at a high level each time you step onto the field/court.

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