Mitch Gill

Website: https://www.gilltrainingsystems.com

Mitch Gill

Mitch Gill is a high school athletic trainer and a private strength coach in the Atlanta area. He is a certified athletic trainer (ATC), certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) and FMS Level 2 certified.

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T-Spine Mobility: Why You Need It, How to Test it and How to Improve It

As our society has become increasingly inactive, our thoracic mobility has suffered as a result. Many of us sit at desks all day, be it in front of a ...

Why Every Athlete Needs In-Season Strength Training (and How to Do It Right)

You've just spent the last four to six months training hard and pushing your body to new limits. You have gotten bigger, stronger and faster with hope...

The Split Squat: How to Master This Powerful Lower-Body Exercise

The Split Squat is a powerful exercise due to its ability to build stability and strength in a unilateral stance. These are key components of athletic...

3 Exercises to Finally Fix Your Tight Hip Flexors for Good

Tight hip flexors are a common complaint heard from athletes across all sports. Could it be from sitting in a desk for 8-plus hours a day if they are ...

5 Baseball Exercises That Increase Hitting and Throwing Power

Sports are played in all three planes of motion; sagittal, frontal and transverse. So why then do most athletes train in primarily the sagittal or...

4 Vertical Jump Training Mistakes

Sports are decided by a split-second or a couple inches and what separates elite athletes from the rest of the pack is their explosiveness....

3 Squat Variations for Tall Athletes

We've all heard it before, "The squat is the king of the lower body exercises." This may be true because it gives you the most bang for your buck when...

5 Ways to Build Core Strength by Carrying Heavy Weights

A strong and stable core is essential in athletic performance and injury prevention. Without a stable core, an athlete would not be able to express the...

5 Mini-Band Exercises to Warm Up Your Glutes and Improve Your Performance

The Glutes are what I like to call the "powerhouse" of athletic performance. Whether you are trying to squat heavy or run fast, you need your glutes to...

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