By Shannon Grady, CEO/Founder GO! Athletics Amongst the sports science and medical research on the topic of “Overtraining Syndrome” there are no truly defined parameters or conclusive laboratory findings to diagnose “Overtraining Syndrome”. Most athletes are considered to be “overtrained” by subjective and unmeasurable parameters such as; fatigue, performance plateaus, appetite decreases, or muscle soreness.… Continue Reading Physiological Profile Testing Gauges “Overtraining Syndrome”
Tune into our first episode where Shannon Grady, aka “Queen BEPS”, sits down with Amy Horst, Head Track & Field Coach of Loyola University Maryland, to discuss the use of blood based testing and System Based Training!
The GO! Squad in New Jersey today testing some track and field campers at The Nike Clark Family Running Camp at The Pennington School 👍🏼💉🏃🏽♀️
The GO! Squad horsing around, performing equine athlete physiological testing with sweet Brody 💉🐎💁🏼
The Go! Squad back at boathouse row in the beautiful city of Philadelphia with the Undine U23 Women’s rowing camp
The GO! Squad is back in action today performing physiological profile testing with the Immaculate Heart Academy XC team 💉👆🏼🏃🏽♀️
The Go! Squad performed Physiological Profile Testing (PPT) to five rookie lifeguards in Sea Isle City, New Jersey. This testing session was part of Jess Quittner aka “Lil Princess” graduate thesis project at West Chester University.
Queen BEPS performing some physiological profile testing live from Amman, Jordan with the National Women’s Soccer Team 👍🏼🇯🇴⚽️💉💁🏼