Physiological Profile Testing with the West Chester University Men’s and Women’s Cross Country team. Coach Ryan Comstock weighs in on college vs. high school experience with System Based Training™ 👍🏼🐏🏃🏽🏃🏼♀️💉🏆
Immaculate Heart Academy Girl’s Cross Country had an awesome testing day despite the chilly summer weather. These girls kicked butt all summer and are pumped to start their upcoming season!
Monmouth University Cross Country getting some testing done indoors due to the rainy weather here in New Jersey. These guys and girls have been training all summer and we are excited to see these Hawks in action during their season!
The Westtown School Cross Country team re-testing in preparation for their upcoming season. This team has made huge strides in improvement and we cannot wait to see them compete during the fall!
Loyola University Maryland Cross Country Men and Women doing some Physiological Profile Testing in preparation for their upcoming cross-country season. Excited to see what is in store for these Greyhounds during the 2017-2018 season!
Queen BEPS was doing her thing down in the sunshine state of Florida🌞. Sunny morning, hot weather, and the Florida Atlantic University Cross Country Team all mixes for a great testing session!! 💉👈🏃♀️
Who needs a sunrise anyways? The GO! Squad was back at it this morning testing the Undine Barge Club U23 women. The girls have been kicking butt 👊 and we can’t wait to see how their season ends!! 💉🚣🏻♀️
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”
Shannon Grady aka “Queen BEPS” talks to campers at the 2017 Nike Clark Family Track Camp about their physiological profile testing results and how blood based training is used as a method of performance training.
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!