In this series of articles, I really aimed at shedding some light on various types of bogus training. As I had to explain to some, the idea was to target those who have no business being in the athletic training game. The reason is simple, I want to help as many athletes as I can.
To sugar coat it, beat around the bush, make it nice, and to try and not insult the meek was not an option in my opinion. Taking on anyone who wants to cheat you and steal your money is not a problem for me. You see, the reality is, your time in the competitive arena is short.
The suggestion here is to make the most of it and give it everything you’ve got. Hopefully this article and others can help lead you to make a quality choice when it comes to training. You should also use the vast wealth of information that is at your finger tips to gain as much knowledge as you can.
I believe that anyone offering serious quality training will not have a problem with this article. As a matter of fact, many could not agree more. Those who do not should read the article with a grain of salt, and should make the necessary adjustments to their programs. They have an obligation to the athletes they train to educate themselves and offer the best training that they possibly can.
With that being said, it is time to move on. I am looking forward to the 2010-11 season and new challenges. My next article will answer some questions about my gym, training, and some of the new things we have been working on.
I want to offer everyone good luck for the new season. Please feel free to email me with any questions, comments or training needs. Thank you, Coach Ellinger