Ignition is partnering with high school athletic departments nationwide to provide quality strength and conditioning expertise to their student athletes. Ignition provides Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists (CSCS) by the National Association of Sports Medicine (NASM) to ensure elite supervision.
If you want to lift more explosively, then your training better reflect your goals. “A lot of strength programs in America are built around slow, controlled reps,” says Chris Gray, the Senior Performance Specialist at Ignition APG in Mason, OH. “But to be explosive, you must train explosively, and French Contrast is great for this.”
GREEN BAY – Winston Moss has seen this kind of progression before in his linebackers. From Desmond Bishop to Nick Perry, the Packers associate head coach has watched countless playmakers go from backups waiting for years in the wings to full-fledged contributors during his 11-plus seasons leading Green Bay’s linebackers.
Sean O’Mara’s meaty, 6-foot-10 frame was never intended to be used for tumbling on recreational mats in the style of a Jiu Jitsu fighter, and yet there he was – face red, a thin glaze of sweat forming on his brow, hunched on the ground and laboring to tuck his left arm back toward his right hip in order to perform a tumble.
Forest Hills School District recently partnered with Ignition APG to provide performance coaches at both Anderson High School and Turpin High School. Ignition APG has partnered with professional and collegiate athletic programs in the past, but this is the first time they have partnered with high schools.
As the Bengals players prepare for training camp which starts in just about two weeks, a few of them are doing it together at Ignition APG, a training facility in Mason, Ohio. Ignition APG is frequented by NFL players including many Cincinnati Bengals, which makes sense as Mason is so close to Cincinnati.
St. Xavier linebacker and Ohio State recruit Justin Hillard does some training at Ignition in Mason Ohio.
There was no drama for Justin Hilliard on Wednesday morning. No hat displays, no social media consternation over which college football program the young man from Cincinnati St. Xavier High School would choose from the hundreds that had at one point or another expressed interest in him. All that was needed to do was hit the “send” button on the fax machine at 7:23 a.m.
After eight years of preparing players for what he calls this week’s “Underwear Olympics,” trainer Clif Marshall realizes the NFL draft process has delicate dance partners. There is the brute reality of the prospect’s college tape. Meanwhile, the NFL Scouting Combine that opens Wednesday in Indianapolis supplies sheer data that is seductive and dangerous eye candy for scouts.
The pinnacle of the world of professional football is this weekend. It will be played in Arizona, on the outskirts of Phoenix where desert begins meeting metropolis. It is where seemingly all attention is being focused this week on actual matters of the game between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks or the multiple trivialities surrounding the United States’ unofficial winter holiday.
Ignition® Athletic Performance Group and the Western & Southern Open, Cincinnati, OH today announced Ignition will be the Official Performance Partner of the Western & Southern Open, August 10 – 18, 2013 in Cincinnati. During this year’s Western & Southern Open, Ignition, the nationally recognized Professional Athletic Performance Group, has designed and equipped the 2,500 sq. ft. performance facility located within the Lindner Family Tennis Center.