Hello Everyone! Thank you for visiting to learn more about the Bubble Cheek™ and new discoveries in Strength and Conditioning Performance. For the past several years, BASEBALL, at all levels, was the sport that consisted of both the skills and performance settings that could help assert and progress my research and development, before bringing this breakthrough article about groundbreaking discoveries in power development above the radar! Keep reading…. then try the exercises!
I have been attending NSCA National Conferences since being a member from 2013 and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) since 2014. However, this summer 2018 at the National NSCA Conference in Indianapolis was a game changer. It was the first year I met two new members, charter founding members of the NSCA, Ken Kontor, CAE, CSCS (publisher of Performance Conditioning) and Mike Arthur, CSCS, RSCC*E (recipient of the NSCA Impact Award 2018). We had random conversations that led to deeper and more sophisticated Coach-Scientist discussions where they were able to understand the importance of the impact on performance conditioning of both the cutting edge science I had discovered, and the ways that I measured it. Performing as an opera singer ‘on the spot’ was a fun challenge that gave further evidence. Ken and Mike’s experience and shared thoughts, with the support of Matt Hank, KPERFORM™’s Head of Strength and Conditioning, who has actually been able to experience, test and witness athletes and coaches expressing the benefits of the Bubble Cheek™ alone, identified for me that I had invented a power development training tool! I was personally so inspired by that idea, I started integrating more explosive power sets in my workouts with the support of coach Matt Hank.
As a result of the above story, I am grateful to have this article become my first opportunity to truly simplify within strength and conditioning terms, how I connect the Bubble Cheek™ via Precision Form Training™ for Power Development. The recent developments from this summer, and with the added support and encouragement of my KPERFORM™ community of subject matter experts, is the beginning of what “Making Progress” looks like.
Try out the exercises in the article! Let’s Keep Going! Follow, Comment and Reach Out! I look forward to further discussion and discovery.