Featured Posts

September 24, 2016

Let’s face it, every athlete can benefit from becoming a faster athlete. A common misconception, however, is what type of speed is actually relevant to performance in sports. With the exception of track athletes who rely primarily on linear movement, nearly all sports...

September 15, 2016

I wanted to share what I think is a fantastic blog piece from earlier this year from Kyle Boddy, of Driveline Baseball. If you are not familiar with Driveline Baseball (and its founder Kyle) they are a data-driven research facility that implements high output throwing...

September 11, 2016

You are what you eat. You’ve heard that saying before, but do you really understand the truth behind this? Each day your body turns over 50-70 billion cells, the lining of your small intestine is renewed every week, your skin is replaced every 30 days and your red bloo...

December 23, 2015

‘Tis the season to be Merry and to lift Heavy!  Sled Dragging is an excellent training method to increase size, add power, improve work capacity, enhance muscular endurance, and to build functional strength.  A “throwback” form of training that gets all systems fired u...

November 27, 2015


Power development is of primary importance for athletes of virtually every sport.

Power can be defined as the ability to generate force in a short amount of time in order to accelerate the body and/or an implement.  Power, simpl...

August 1, 2015

The Good Stuff!


 Juicing    Vs.   Smoothies   Vs.    Supplements

Juicing and Smoothies are all the rage right now.  While both can boost your fruit and vegetable intake (something most teenagers need) and are great...

February 23, 2015

Will YOU Run Faster This Spring?

Every year our Director of Training, Russell Taveras DPT, CSCS, performs dozens of musculoskeletal evaluations on athletes eager to take their performance potential to the next level. At the end of each evaluation our new athletes are as...

February 15, 2015

Every winter we get hundreds of athletes who embark on an empowering journey towards athletic performance enhancement. The journey typically begins in November or December and extends to March (for our spring athletes). This four month time span can go one of three way...

January 31, 2015

Congratulations to Holly Habyan (St. John the Baptist HS) for being named the Long Island CHSAA Girls Soccer Player of the Year.

December 15, 2014

As a former professional baseball player, Infiniti Performance Athlete, and now as an Infiniti Performance trainer, I know that the mental aspect of performance is an area where many “athletes” struggle. The off-season is often glossed over or viewed as a time to relax...

Please reload

I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!

Please reload

Recent Posts

October 4, 2018

Please reload

Please reload

Search By Tags