HP Football Program


Stronger, Faster, Tougher Be a part of a unique top level strength and conditioning program built for football players that want to take their play to the next level. My program has prepared athletes for the NFL combine, Division 1 college football,  Division 2/3 college football and high school football. We focus on an old school power building approach that has 2 objectives, make you faster and stronger. The HP Football program has a specific plan for you whether you are a Lineman or a Skill position player that focuses on your exact performance needs. The training program is available…

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Strongman Training


Strongman Saturdays If you are looking to add good old fashioned Farm Strength to your training program, Strongman Saturdays will get the job done! This supplemental training is perfect for people training for: Strongman Football Wrestling This training focuses on moving heavy weight fast. This is what building brute strength is all about. We will be pulling out all of the training tools in order to push you and build your brute strength. Axle Bar Tires Sleds Strongman Logs Frames Yokes Kegs Atlas Stones The training exercises that we use will come right out of strongman competitions. This is a…

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No Limits


At Horsepower Strength and Conditioning our mission is to make you faster and stronger. We do this by using an old school training philosophy that consists of lifting heavy and moving fast. Walk through the door at HP ready to work and begin your power building journey! No matter what you are training for never accept limits. Push yourself to the edge and prove to yourself that you can do more, that you can perform at a higher level. Lift Heavier Jump Higher Run Faster Condition Harder Never let yourself be comfortable. Rise Above the Fear and Doubt Training and…

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Just Strong


At Horsepower Strength and Conditioning our mission is to make you faster and stronger. We do this by using an old school training philosophy that consists of lifting heavy and moving fast. Walk through the door at HP ready to work and begin your power building journey! When I started training athletes I can honestly say that I never imagined that I would have the privilege of coaching so many female athletes. Over the past few years I have coached some of the toughest, strongest, hardworking, and top female athletes in the world. I will tell you this first hand,…

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10 Rules for Strength Coaches

Front Squat

  1. Your athlete’s training is always more important than our own. Your athlete’s need a coach, not a training partner, they need someone who is solely focused on improving their performance, not yours.  They count on you to program, evaluate, push, pull back, and put your energy into making them better. Being a strength coach takes a 100 percent commitment of your time and energy. Their training, their goals, and their improvement are more important than yours. Strength coaches compete every time one of their athletes competes (if you don’t feel this way, DO SOMETHING ELSE!), make sure you…

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Explosive Trap Bar Jumps


There are a lot of great movements that you can use in addition to your primary movements(Squat, Deadlift, Clean & Jerk, and Snatch) to build power. One of the staples in my Power training over the past few years has been Trap Bar Jumps. These are a simple movement that can be easily taught and performed safely by athletes.  Trap Bar Jumps   Coaching Points There are 2 keys to performing this exercise safely and effectively. 1. Keep your back flat Eyes up, Chest Big, Shoulders Back 2. Don’t land Hard When you are coming down from your jump, land…

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Do it anyway!


It is extremely easy to find reasons not to do things. It is easy to fear the worst and lose motivation. No matter what you are trying to do or accomplish, remember that doing something with passion (no matter the results) is always worth doing. The goal that you have every single day should not to find success, but to be significant. Be significant to your spouse, your child, your athlete’s, your teammates, your coworkers, or whoever is important to you in your life. Remember the court of public opinion will find reasons to dislike you (no matter what you…

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What is the Goal of Performance (Power) Training?


For athletes, improved performance is the only goal of training. In order to improve performance an athlete needs to become faster and stronger. An athlete needs to become more powerful. The very core of human performance is centered on an athlete’s ability to generate power. Every single competitive athlete should be defined as a power athlete. Every Sport Requires Power! Football Combat Sports Basketball Hockey Baseball Tennis Golf Volleyball Lacrosse Swimming Sprinters Throwers I know that I missed a lot of sports, but the list could go on forever. In order to become a better athlete you need to become…

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5 Power Building Basics for Athletes


If you want to build power that translates into athletic competition, these are the elements that you must have in your training program. You can make things as complicated as you want, but there is a simple process to building elite power athletes! My programs are built to help athletes prepare for contact, collision, and combat sports. An athlete must be fast from point A to point B. Once the athlete gets there the key elements for them are the ability to move fast and generate enopugh force with their body to have the desired impact on their opponent. They…

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Everyone is slow and weak when they are tired. That is why conditioning is a key component to all training plans. There are two major goals of any conditioning plan. 1.       Improve heart and lung health as well as maximize the efficiency of a person’s energy systems. 2.       Teach the skill of pushing to your limit, and then increasing that limit.  Yes, mental toughness is a trainable skill! It is a skill that needs to be trained just like every other aspect of competition. Athletes need to learn how to compete at a high level when they are uncomfortable in…

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