Beginning with one of our women's groups (obviously) one by one our clients have been deciding to run in the Tough Mudder challenge this May 7th and May 8th at Mount Snow in Vermont. Exciting news for our coaches to say the least.
"I love working with clients that have real touchable sport peroformance goals," repeats President of Operations of theBoston Institute of Football, Yann Kumin, daily at his football workouts.
Training for an event such as this one takes a full commitment to both nutrition and physical movement by the client as well as a hard focused perofmrance specific program that focuses on the needs of the athlete but has enough variety that it will not restrict the athlete from competing more performace-specific tasks.
Here at Hordon Health we have no concern about the commitment of any of our athletes, amateur or otherwise, nor do we have concern with the focus of our coaching staff. This assumption of commitment allows us to provide the environment to our clients that is most codusive to their independent success by focussing on implementation without the worry of a lapse in Honor, Commitment, and Loyalty.
We wish Hordon Health and our clients the best of luck in their training!
Tips from the Horse's Mouth:
Glute Ham it up, GPP for days, and GRIP STRENGTH in every form.