TYE4 VOLLEYBALL CONDITIONING

Team training at Cumberland University this morning with coaches Vaughn Bass and Ashley Benson​. The girls are doing Pilates-based warm-ups and conditioning in TYE4 to reduce pounding and stress on joints, improve reach and jump.. and gain more length, mobility and stability.

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CLINIC ANNOUNCED... COLLEGE GROVE, TN

We are excited to announce the next clinic for Middle Tennessee.  This will be held at The Grove Living in College Grove, TN.  Grove Living Members will receive 10% off the price of the Clinic! Clinic includes proper warm-ups, recovery techniques, equipment and equipment training to reduce pain and risk of injury and strengthen your body! 

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SPRING SPECIAL!

Book Clinic Before April 25th:

  • Dates through September Open 
  • Recieve 25% Off ALL Training Equipment 
  • Book Promptly For Best Availability 
  • Customizable Training Program Best Suited For Your Athletes 
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RECOVERING AFTER SNOW SKIING

I have been skiing for roughly 16 years. Sometimes all of that practice and experience does not pay off. Last week, I took a trip to Park City, Utah to shred some powder. The trip was wonderful and the snow was great. However, I did take a few tumbles and even got hit by the chairlift getting off.  Turns out, when you get hit by something directly on the spine it hurts pretty bad and will leave you very sore.

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ATTENTION COACHES & ATHLETIC TRAINERS

BB SPORTS Owners Ashley Benson and Vaughn Bass talk about Clinics, Consulting, the equipment, BB Membership and the method behind the program.  FLEXIBILITY. MOBILITY.  BALANCE.  POSTURE.  PILATES BASED CORE.  STABILIZER STRENGTH.  RECOVERY.  INJURY PREVENTION

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WGCA Conference, Las Vegas

This was a great opportunity to introduce our clinics and consulting on a large scale to many college golf coaches!  We spent every minute at our booth allowing the coaches to demo the products... and even got to help bring relief to their feet and back with the Parasetter and Minis!!  

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SCAPULA & SHOULDER LOVE

Shoulders are at high risk of injury for athletes, especially overhead sports because they face high loads and forces during serving, smashing or swinging. The scapula AKA shoulder blade, is primarily held in place by the attached and surrounding muscles. Many muscles use the scapula for attachment and they

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STRONG LEGS → STRONG STABILIZERS = LOWER INJURY

Strengthening ankle stabilizers and improving balance are key fundamentals we focus on in our sports clinics  because injury prevention is our main goal. If these muscles are weak, maintaining balance and proper posture becomes difficult, which can affect performance.

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