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Testimonials | Boddicker Performance

Testimonials

“Carson Boddicker is a young coach with an immense passion for developing his knowledge and skills to better enhance the performance of the athletes he is working with.  With his dedication to continuing education and his knowledge of physiology and sports performance, there is no doubt in my mind that Carson will be one of the leading coaches in the field of strength and conditioning.”

Patrick Ward MS, CSCS, LMT

Director of Human Performance

Optimum Sports Performance LLC

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“With so many coaches out there, many people don’t know who to listen to.  There are few coaches out there that truly “get it”, and Carson Boddicker is one that definitely “gets it”.  Carson has a unique ability to apply knowledge from research and books into practical useful information that everybody can benefit from.  His approach to movement and preparing the body to move better is outstanding and I look forward to hearing more from Carson in the future.”

Brijesh Patel, MS, CSCS

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Quinnipiac University

SB Coaches College

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“In the time I have known Carson Boddicker he has become a wonderful friend and resource.  He is a very intelligent individual who is constantly striving to improve his understanding of how the body functions and developing new applications to improve athletic performance.  Carson’s knowledge, training experience and  time spent as an athlete himself gives him a unique ability to understand the demands competition and what it takes to improve athletic performance.”

Zach Margolis, CSCS

Graduate Assistant, University of Texas at Austin

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“As someone who’s been in this industry for over 15 years now, I’ve seen many people come and go in the strength & conidtioning and injury prevention fields. Rarely, do I find young, up and coming coaches who can stay the course and keep educating themselves to be the very best coaches they can become. What a breath of fresh air it is to see a young coach such as my colleague Carson Boddicker, take his enthusiasm for learning and coaching to the highest level possible. This guy has the wisdom and intelligence of some of the top coaches and therapists that have been around for decades. It is hard to imagine how smart and capable this guy will be each passing year since he is already light-years ahead of most coaches, trainers, and therapists. I would recommend his services to anyone who truly wants to get the most out of their body while minimzing the risk of injury!

Keats Snideman, CSCS, RKC, LMT

Reality Based Fitness, LLC

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“Carson brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm to his clients. He not only understands the physiology of training, but also how to apply it.”

Eric Heins

Director of Track and Field, Northern Arizona University

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“Carson is one of the brightest young professionals in our industry,  he will without  a doubt be at the forefront of performance training for a long time to come.”

Brent Callaway, CSCS

Performance Manager

Athletes’ Performance, Los Angeles

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“There are few people that I trust for reliable training information, Carson is one who I trust. Since discovering his site, I check in a few times a week and recommend that my staff and colleagues do the same. Carson possesses an impressive knowledge of performance training considerations and strategies. His enthusiasm and passion are both contagious and inspirational. I look forward to learning more from him in the future.”

Kevin Neeld, MS, CSCS

Director of Athletic Development, Endeavor Fitness

Hockey Strength and Conditioning

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“When I first met Carson Boddicker, I thought to myself, “what does this baby-faced kid know about strength & conditioning?” As I listened to his conversation with another top fitness professional I quickly realized that Carson was extremely well-versed, confident, and intelligent. A few things that I instantly admired were his thirst for knowledge and open-mindedness. As a matter of fact, Carson was jotting down notes and asking thought-provoking questions – characteristics that earned him my instant respect. Over the past several months, I’ve been following Carson’s blog and I am consistently amazed. Carson goes the extra mile with his writing – he references textbooks, quotes experts, films video clips, and bridges gaps between science and the “real-world.” Carson may indeed be the brightest young mind in the entire fitness industry! At his ripe, young age it’s definitely safe to say we can expect a lot of great things to come from Carson.”

Bret Contreras, MS, CSCS

Author and owner of Lifts, Scottsdale, AZ

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“As a sports medicine practitioner, I’m always striving to find ways to stay up to date with the latest and most effective ways to keep my athletes free from injury. Naturally, most of my information comes from sifting through peer reviewed research, however, Carson simply accelerates this process by providing me with a web-based resource that I can not only access with ease but also one that I can trust.”

Dr. Jeff Cubos, BPHE, MSc, DC, FCCSS(C), ICSSD, CSCS

Sport Chiropractor and Conditioning Coach, Canada Inline

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