As a guy who always been one of the faster guys on the field, I have been amazed about how much more explosive I feel after training here. Since I started training with PSP, I have noticed increases in strength, speed, quickness and I have gained a few pounds. The programs they design customize each workout so it’s a challenge every time you walk through the door; I love that!
Julian , Wide Receiver - Iowa Barnstormers
PSP has truly helped both my husband and I to transform our lives. I am a true fitness convert and that is honestly something I never expected to say! It’s truly been a life changing experience for both of us. Give the team at PSP a chance; you won’t be sorry that you did.
Mary, Adult Member -
…Steve, Scott, and John have pushed me everyday, to where my daily PSP visit is an addiction. I get in and get out within an hour and honestly feel lost if I miss a day…
Keith, Adult Member -
…I have two kids that literally crawl out of the gym, but can’t be more excited about their next workout because of the way the staff presents the challenges to them…
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ow before I lay a George Foreman haymaker to the egos of every developing adolescent pubescent teenage boy reading this article, let me first say that I am not making an attempt to alienate anyone.  Through my ever gaining knowledge base and evolving beliefs associated to the human body, I have developed what I would
ELITE – THE CHOICE OR BEST OF ANYTHING CONSIDERED COLLECTIVELY. After a conversation with one of our members, it was brought to my attention, that PSP’s tag line, “Train where the elite train,” is alienating potential members through the misconception that our facility is only for professional athletes – which is by no means my intention. 
If I ran down my complete list of lessons learned during my 10+ years of strength and conditioning, it would be inappropriate for a newsletter. It would also be more like an encyclopedia (do they still print those?) 1. Cool and Good are NOT the same   There is a huge gray area between cool
The Best Exercises for Overhead Sports: I’m often asked what the “best” exercises are – and my response never leads to just one answer, as there are multiple answers depending on the individual’s needs. However, in my experience, I’ve come to appreciate the following 4 moves for any type of overhead sports, including softball, baseball,
Do you train for the first game of the year or the last? I know the question seems rhetorical, when it truth, I feel it’s a very valid statement.  How many athletes train with the intent of improving their performance across their competitive season?  Taking a straw poll among the 100 or so High school athletes

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