In a relatively short time (just over a month or so), working with the guys at Ambition Athletics my results have been excellent. The training and guidance has resulted in significant improvement to my mobility, strength, and balance. Max and Mike both possess a broad base of knowledge, are professional, and will take the time to explain not only how to exercise, but also why the particular exercise is important.
I came to them looking for improvements in all the areas above, specifically because my doctor had noticed I was unevenly loading my hips/legs (which was resulting in leg pain) due to poor/uneven back strength. My chiropractor noticed the same, so I decided to give it a try with Ambition Athletics.
It is a decision I am grateful I made. My strength (including my core) has improved, I am more flexible, and I've started to shed fat and build more muscle. I highly recommend both Max and Mike.
-S. Patel, Carlsbad, CA
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Tag Archives: Ambition Athletics
Walk It Out
“Walking is to exercise as eating sugar packets at Dunkin Donuts is to nutrition. Yes, if you were starving you could get calories from sugar packets. That doesn’t mean it is good nutrition.” – Michael Boyle I always found this … Continue reading
Had A Bad Day
As a coach I spend my days doing my best to make people better and encouraging them to stay positive when things sometimes don’t go the way they had hoped. I’m constantly reminding people that PR’s (personal records) aren’t going … Continue reading
Man Skills Vol 2: Strong Men Speak
If you haven’t read The first installment, go do that now. I’ll wait. Man Skills: 9 Ways to Elevate Your Manliness I recognize that my vision of manliness may be biased–even though I am right. So for your enjoyment I … Continue reading
The snatch: not an “advanced” swing
No matter what your goal, sport, or athletic ability is, you should be doing kettlebell swings. A quick rundown of what the swing does: -It trains hip extension, which is the foundation of all athletic movements. -It stretches the … Continue reading
One of these Get-Ups is not like the others. One of these Get-Ups doesn’t belong.
Can you tell which Get-Up is not like the others by the time we finish our song? (Sesame Street reference? Yes, please.) The Turkish Get-Up is an old exercise. It has been around for I don’t even know how long, … Continue reading
A Joint By Joint Approach To Training – Michael Boyle Eliminating The Stopwatch – Greg Everett Interesting insight from Greg. He is a great coach and an intelligent writer, as well as quite funny, although not as much in this … Continue reading
Happy New Year! Make 2011 your best yet!
Happy New Year! Hope everyone had a fun, safe new years eve, and watched a lot of sports on new years day. I’m not going to beat around the bush here, everyone reading this gained some weight over the holidays–and … Continue reading
Training for elite performance vs. longevity, and auto-regulation
I was listening to an IronRadio podcast recently where Charles Staley was talking about training for elite performance vs. for health and longevity. He and some of the others made some great points that really made me think. The first … Continue reading
New Classes and Holiday Deal!
Hi everyone! By popular demand we’ve just added 2 new group classes to the schedule on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 7:00am! On that same note, for the month of December, we are running a special on group classes. Studies … Continue reading
Exercising vs. Training
Most people at your local gym are exercisers. They are chasing “the burn”. Coach Pat Ward has said it like this, about just exercising, “There isn’t really a rhyme or reason to what you are doing. It doesn’t build on … Continue reading