Category Archives: Advice

The Importance of a Nutritional Log

I am currently reading a great book, The Power of Habit.¬†After finishing it, I will be asking our entire staff to read it, and I suggest for $10 you pick a copy up yourself. It talks about how a habit … Continue reading

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Can You Put a Dollar Sign on Your Health?

How much is your health worth? Is it $100, $1,000, $10,0000, or $100,000? Is it a million dollars? Or is it priceless?¬† What prompted me to write this blog you ask? I lost my mother when I was 21 to … Continue reading

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Sprinters Throwing Fastballs and Football Players Running Marathons

This week I was talking with one of our football players and he was discussing how the coach would start practice everyday with a mile run. What? Lets take a kid who just sat for 6 hours in a classroom, … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Thoughts

Back in 2009 I did a blog post on surviving Thanksgiving. It was all about how to eat healthy during the food-heavy holiday. You know, stay away from the stuffing, potatoes, just eat turkey and veggies. Well 3 years later, … Continue reading

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5 Things You Must Do To Get A Good Workout

It’s Friday, the end of the week. You’re looking forward to the weekend, the nice fall weather, apple picking with the girlfriend, and of course FOOTBALL! You know you should get a workout in, especially since yesterdays workout was par … Continue reading

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Why You’re Not Getting Results

Here at Spurling Training Systems we are fortunate to have some great interns on board with us. As part of their learning experience they are required to write a series of articles. Josh Williams is going to be a senior … Continue reading

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Phasing Youth Strength & Conditioning

An Athlete works their tail off during the summer months, and in their off-season program. However, that is one phase of a four phase system. What about the other three phases? There are four phases to a strength and conditioning … Continue reading

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