Unified Method

There is many paths to Rome when it comes to sports training.  Meaning There
are many different training methods to make athletes fast and strong.  At
Corexcell we have spent the last 15 years experimenting with multiple
training methods and determined what methods work best based on the body
type of the athlete, the level of the athlete, and phase of training.

What makes the unified training method unique is its ability to blend the
two extremes of heavy weight training versus developing athletic speed &
flexibility. We are the Ying and yang of sports training.  And Our athletes
are always challenged not only to get stronger with squat and dead lift but
to become more flexible and structurally balanced with their smaller
stabilizer muscles.

Learning our system and our muscle testing method will set u apart as a
trainer and as an athlete.

 

Who we learned from:

 

Below is a list of the noted trainers we personally trained with or trained with one of their trainees in the recent past.

 

Marv Marnovich- Sports Science Lab, Troy Polomalu strength coach

Buddy Morris- NFL Arizona Cardinals strength coach

Charles Francis- World renown former Canadian track coach

Loui Simmons- World champion power lifting coach

Cal Dietz- World champion shot put strength coach.

Charles Poliquin- Olympic Canadian gold medal bob sled strength coach 

Susan Bianchi – Intrinsic Health Systems, Therapist for NFL Jets