Trent Murphy is Racking up the Sacks

Murphy logged 66 of the Redskins’ 72 defensive snaps and continued his improved play. He sacked Browns quarterback Cody Kessler — his fourth in the last three games — and had four pressures. Through four games, Murphy has already eclipsed his career-high sack total of 3.5, which he set last season. What is impressive is that Murphy has…

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Antoine Bethea Gets 12 Tackles Against The Cowboys on 10/2/2016

Bethea led the 49ers with 12 tackles (11 solo) in Sunday’s loss to Dallas. With Dez Bryant (knee) sidelined, Bethea was used closer to the line of scrimmage and it resulted in a season-high in tackles. He has turned in alternating strong and weak tackle totals through four games, combining for 28 tackles and an…

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Trent Murphy is packing on the pounds

Trent Murphy began this offseason looking to find better ways to contribute in Redskins defensive coordinator Joe Barry’s scheme and become a more complete linebacker heading into 2016. In mid-March that plan was altered as Murphy received a phone call from Barry telling the third year pro that the team needed him to gain thirty-plus pounds,…

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Trent Murphy switching positions and putting on weight

Trent Murphy spent the offseason working diligently in Scottsdale, Arizona, working with trainer Ian Danney as he packed on weight to transition from outside linebacker to defensive end in the Redskins’ defense. When Murphy returned to organized team activities in the spring he was noticeably bigger and listed on the roster at 290 pounds, a…

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Robert Golden gets in on some Danneyball

When you have a teammate that looks like he was carved out of stone and can bend steel, you do whatever necessary to emulate that. Pittsburgh Steelers safety Robert Golden posted this video of himself and former teammate LB Sean Spence workout out with some Danneyball. If you recall, fellow Steeler LB James Harrison posted…

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James Harrison plays Danneyball in the Arizona heat

We’ve all seen plenty of NFL players showing us how hard they work out on social media. It’s actually a pretty cool look behind the curtain as to what goes into being a professional athlete. But no player takes his training to the level that Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison does. His feats of strength…

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Phoenix Coyotes’ Zbyneck Michalek’s hard work and dedication has paid off!

“Coyotes’ Zbynek Michalek takes time to stretch his career” Sarah McLellan, azcentral sports 9:26 p.m. MST November 19, 2014 “Eight years ago, when he was still in his early 20s, Coyotes defenseman Zbynek Michalek was the last one to arrive to the rink. “I took my street clothes off, put my gear on and went…

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Congrats to Sean Spence for Receiving the 2014 Ed Block Courage Award!

Steelers’ Sean Spence Receives 2014 Ed Block Courage Award November 5, 2014 7:00 AM By Christina Rivers “Annually, the Pittsburgh Steelers look at their team for a player who epitomizes courage, one with a quality of mind or spirit that enables that member of their organization that has faced pain, struggles and even doubt with…

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“Antoine Bethea Named NFC Defensive Player of the Week”

Antoine Bethea was everywhere last Sunday. For his efforts in a 26-21 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, the San Francisco 49ers safety was named as the NFC’s Defensive Player of the Week. It was the first time Bethea has earned the weekly honor in his nine-year NFL career. Bethea made several big plays in the…

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The PEP System

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Performance Therapy

• At PEP we consider Performance Therapy, a system of various techniques used to manipulate soft tissues for the purpose of warm-up, increased range of motion and the removal of mechanical limitations for optimal training & performance.

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Speed & Strength Training

• Our training prioritizes strength and speed development via the precise application of a wide array of dynamic free weight, plyometric, and sprint training protocols that is centered around accurately manipulating schemes, densities, volumes and intensities suited for high performance training.

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Return to Sport - Efficiency

• Our goal is to not only return you to your sport in a timely manner but to return you when you are at your highest level of athleticism, power and speed possible after your injury.

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Return to Sport

• To return from an injury requires time and help.  The body is capable of healing on its own, but the level and speed of healing can be greatly influenced by correct biomechanics, specific exercise, manual therapy, nutrition and supplementation (and various injections). There is clearly a middle ground between rehab and performance training that is grossly neglected.

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Regenerative Medicine

• We have collaborated with several doctors to offer a set of biomedical approaches geared towards the regeneration of specific tissues in order to restore tissue structure and function. This is done by the careful injection of biologically active molecules.

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Regeneration & Recovery

• At PEP you will be exposed to a multitude of soft tissue techniques from our proprietary Direct In-Season Elastic Tissue Therapy, custom IV nutrition therapy. Our regeneration techniques are done before and after the training session.

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Nutrition and Custom Made Supplements

• At PEP you will receive a detailed eating plan based on your individual goals and body analysis. A meal plan is created based on your optimal nutrient ratios, energy intake, meal timing, and likes and dislikes. Following a custom supplement plan is just as important as nutrition. PEP will devise a precise supplement regimen to further enhance your training and recovery efforts.

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