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Richard Kompf
Strength and conditioning coach and owner Kompf Training Systems for online training and consulting services. Email kompftrainingsystems@yahoo.com for more info
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Paul Arvantides Jul 28
Luke Arvantides '21. Niagara University baseball commit.
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Richard Kompf Jul 28
It will be very clear this year who put in the work this off season and who didn’t
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Richard Kompf Jul 21
Replying to @RichardKompfKTS
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Richard Kompf Jul 21
What we do in the gym should complement mechanic. Here’s two example of drills pitchers can use to to have better hip movement and sit into their hip better
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Richard Kompf Jul 21
For my baseball players, when choosing a college pick the school that will develop you the most. It’s not uncommon for a D3 player to make it to the bigs. If you have potential going to the school where it will be fully expressed
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Richard Kompf Jul 21
Sometimes I get caught up in the numbers of being an entrepreneur, stress over growth. During challenging times I remind myself I get to do what I love for a living and just like what I tell my athletes you have to enjoy the process. Growing pains hurt but they come with growth
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Richard Kompf Jul 19
Absolute strength/relative strength are important but not the end all be all. Think about it you want to throw a light object fast. If you just focus on moving heavy objects slow it won’t transfer. Move heavy objects slow, moderate object faster, and light objects fast as hell
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Nunzio Signore Jul 19
Just got off the phone with one of my former interns - really great entrepeneureal guy with tons of passion for what he does...
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Richard Kompf Jul 19
Replying to @NunzioSignore
Great talking to you today! Gotta get on the phone more often!
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Richard Kompf Jul 17
Mass doesn’t equal gas if your technique sucks, or if you’ve become two big to move fast.
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Richard Kompf Jul 13
Showing up and being consistent is more important the intensity of one workout
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Richard Kompf Jul 8
An advanced athlete and an advanced lifter are two different things. Just because you’re high level in your sport doesn’t mean an “advanced” training protocol will rear the most results
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Richard Kompf Jul 8
An effective strength and conditioning program for an athlete is 20% what’s on the program and 80% how the coach teaches you to execute it.
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Richard Kompf Aug 29
Want to improve your mobility? Check out this 20 min mobility workout
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Richard Kompf Aug 20
This is starting to become one of my favorite accessory exercises to develop your deadlift and posterior chain.
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Richard Kompf Aug 16
Check out this awesome flow strength movement for lower accessory work
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Richard Kompf 13 Aug 19
Stop doing side bends and start doing this!
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Richard Kompf 11 Aug 19
Here’s an awesome power exercise to help with single leg force production in similar angles as a sprint.
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Richard Kompf 11 Aug 19
Check out this special strength exercise for linear sprints, step ups with momentum
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Richard Kompf 9 Aug 19
Never mistake movement for momentum
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