by Nick Serio MS, CSCS, USAW-LV2, TPI, CPT, PES, CES and Cassie Reilly-Boccia MA, CSCS, USAW-LV1, TPI, FMS Athletes Warehouse officially opened its doors for business in June of 2014. However, the planning process for this company started back in 2013. When completing the hiring process, we constantly referenced one of our most important missions...Read More
Cassie: Briefly explain how you got involved at AW. Matt: I got involved with Athletes Warehouse because of SUNY Cortland Baseball. Nick Serio, who played there before me thankfully reached out to me to make the connection. When I went down to meet with Cassie and Nick for my interview I was sold right there. I...Read More
1 day agoby ath_warehouseI started lifting when I was 8 years old. I trained wrong for performance until I was done with college. It wasn’t until after that I learned how to train properly and how to coach youth athletes to train properly. That is probably the main reason why I wanted to coach youth strength and conditioning - to have them doing it the right way from the beginning. - Coach Matt #WhyI
2 days agoby ath_warehouseAs I prepare to major in musical theater in college with acting dancing and singing, I need to grow and reach my fitness and mental goals to be able to reach my highest level of competitiveness in theater. AW is helping me to reach and surpass my goals. - Lyndsey Minerva • • Oh and she just happened to be named All-State in soccer. A.K.A. She does it all! #SundaySpotlight
4 days agoby ath_warehouseGrowth leans over the table and speaks to Comfort in a stern voice, “Listen, it’s not you it’s me. I just don’t think we are going to be able to work together.”
6 days agoby ath_warehouseSome athletes come out of a long season with mild discomfort in the lower back. It’s important for us as the coach, and often times the first point of contact in identifying an athletes pain, to understand when an athlete must be referred out to see a specialist. We generally see two types of back dysfunction that are exposed during movements performed in the weight room: Extension Based Pain or Flexion Based Pain. #wisewednesday
1 week agoby ath_warehouseWe are so excited to announce our upcoming seminar!! Hit the link in the bio to register We have gathered experts from around the area to share their knowledge in sports performance through the lens of baseball and softball! We hope you decide to join us on December 29th!