Power your way to dominance on the field, court, or mat. Power for Sports Performance provides the tools to build a program for your needs, your sport, and your goals.
Through a series of self-assessments, you will identify areas of improvement and establish a baseline for your training regimen. Then, discover the exercises that are best for enhancing power in sport-specific movements, starting with base-building exercises for developing basic strength and postural control, and advancing to a complex power program that combines resistance training and plyometrics.
Best of all, these programs and workouts may also be printed from the DVD, so you can take instruction directly onto the practice field or into the gym. With its progressive format and unique combination of exercises, the Power for Sports Performance DVD will help you power your way to excellence.
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Jay Shiner is the strength and conditioning coordinator for the Baltimore Orioles. As an international lecturer and consultant, Shiner has worked with organizations such as the International Skating Union, Canadian Personal Trainers Association, and National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) in both the United States and Japan. As an independent consultant, he trains athletes of all ages, sports, and levels. Shiner is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and certified personal trainer through the NSCA. Also a former middleweight professional kickboxer, Shiner holds bachelor's degrees in biology (emphasis in kinesiology) and organizational management.
Tim Bishop has been the strength and conditioning coach for the Baltimore Orioles since 1993. A former athlete who played professional baseball and football, Bishop continues to train athletes from all sports through his company, PerformFit, Inc. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and has appeared on numerous television and radio stations to promote health and fitness. He has also been featured in Men's Health, Men's Fitness, and USA Today. Bishop holds a bachelor's degree in human movement and sports studies and a master's degree in exercise science.