Ryan Obernesser

Website: http://obtraining.com/

Ryan Obernesser

Ryan Obernesser is the owner and head strength coach at O.B. Training & Sports Performance in Utica, New York. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA, and he holds degrees in Exercise Science and Psychology. His passion for sports performance and fitness drives him to help athletes from the youth to professional level achieve their goals and realize their dreams.

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4 Hip Flexor Stretches to Relieve Tight Hips

The most common complaint we hear from our members is "My hips are so tight." The response is always "Here, try this hip flexor stretch." Well why are...

Understanding Hamstring Injuries and What You Can Do About Them

A gunshot to the leg. That's exactly what it felt like. One moment I was sprinting and the next I was laying on the ground in agony, it literally felt...

3 Steps to Help You Accomplish Your New Year's Resolutions

This is the time of year when everyone is thinking about their new years resoluion and how they are going to follow through on the commitment they most...

Try This Monster Nutrition Shake For Monster Gains

Nutrition is a funny thing..... It seems that no matter what your goals are when it comes to training, nutrition is always the most difficult component....

5 Squat Variations and When to Use Them

The squat is a staple exercise in just about every strength and conditioning program and the barbell squat variations are probably the most popular...

3 Simple Tips For Pain-Free Squatting

I feel like squatting has gotten a bad rap so here are 3 squat tips to put an end to the bad reputation and get everyone squatting pain free. Apparently...

3 Exercises That Build Strong Back and Shoulder Muscles

For most gym goers, the backside of their body is one of the most overlooked areas of training. Not for an athlete though - Want to know an easy way to...

3 Ways To Break Down a Mental Barrier That's Ruining Your Workouts

All too often when training for sport we only focus on the physical preparation. Now don't get me wrong - being physically prepared to compete in your...

Is It Too Soon for Olympic Lifts?

The addition and subsequent boom of CrossFit in the fitness community has brought a dramatic increase in the use of Olympic Weightlifting in strength...

Posterior Chain Fixes to Improve Your Game

You can tell a lot about an athlete from their performance of the overhead squat. Specifically we are looking at thoracic spine, hip and ankle mobility,...

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