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5.21.2016

Bringing Energy into Your Program

In 1850 Alfred Lord Tennyson published , “Ring out, Wild Bells”.  His words, ‘Ring out the old, Ring in the new’, have been a stated dictum of change for over a century.

Ring out a slowly dying cause,

And ancient forms of party strife;

Ring in the nobler modes of life,

Coaches are always trying to add freshness and excitement to their programs to engage their athletes and motivate them to succeed. The techniques used are vast and some work better than others causing the coaching staff to analyze, reflect and evaluate the athletes response to the method used. 

If you really want to motivate your athletes simply invest in them and you will see a response that you may not expect. When the Rogers Pendulum truck pulled up to Washington Court House High School, in Ohio the hydraulic lift, dolly nor the driver were needed. The excited athletes simply jumped up on the truck and carried their new Pendulum Head and Neck machine into their weight room.

Men carrying Pendulum Equipment

Adding another Pendulum Neck Machine to their Weight Room to ‘Get Strong’

Pendulum Equipment

Pendulum Equipment
Pendulum Equipment

If you want your athletes to ‘Get Strong’ invest in them with the tools they need to be successful, it sends a clear message that you care and want them to be the best they can be.

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