How much thought do you put into what you eat? If you want to get into great shape then you’ll be interested to know that 80% of your fitness results are attributed to your diet. In our fast-paced society, eating is often done with little or no thought as to what exactly it is being…Read more
Joe Marino is a Huntington Beach-based Strength, Speed and Performance specialist whose clients include High School, College and Professional athletes as well as young athletes and “Weekend warriors.” Joe works with clients both on an individual basis and by groups using strength and conditioning training as well as functional training methods to reach his client’s long-term Strength and Performance goals. Joe is constantly striving to use innovative training techniques to constantly challenge his athletes for continuous improvement in their chosen sport . With over 20 years of experience in the Strength and Conditioning industry, Joe brings knowledge and excitement to every training session. Whether your goals are sport-specific or just to get in shape, Joe’s commitment to your sports goals will help you achieve what you desire. As a former athlete and coach, Joe knows and understands the demands put on the athlete to perform at a high level as well as the mental aspects. Joe and the coaches at MPF Gamespeed take a hands-on approach with a proven system of performance training at every level. MPF has worked with athletes and schools from all over Southern California that includes: Calvary Chapel HS (Head Strength and Coach); Marina; Fountain Valley; Huntington Beach; Ocean View; Orange; Lutheran; Temple City; Mater Dei; Servite; Cypress; USC; Cal State Long Beach; Ottawa (Kansas) & many more.
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Athletes know that, in nearly every sport, speed, agility and quickness are coveted by coaches and scouts at every level. Sports science has shown us that the old beliefs about not being able to develop speed simply aren’t true. What is true, however, is that getting faster is not a simple process. And it definitely…Read more
I seem to get this question at least once or twice a week so, here goes. A lot of kids who are playing sports nowadays started playing at a very young age, around 5-6 years old. For the first year or so, it’s a fun learning process. They run, learn how to catch and throw…Read more
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