• Nutrition Made Easy

    Posted on November 12, 2009

    Nutrition has become so complex that it’s hard to get a handle on it. There’s too much conflicting information. Here’s an easy rule. Imagine that you own a million dollar race horse. Would you feed it Doritos and Coke? The next time you cram something questionable down your face ask yourself if you would feed […]

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  • Sam Cooper Shows You How To Fly

    Posted on October 30, 2009

    At the first Progeny basketball tryout Sam Cooper was the first kid to walk in the gym. After we got his name we looked though our notes and sure enough we had seen his high school team play. We had a scribble next to his name on the program. “Hustler… Dove all over the floor” […]

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  • Late Night Training at Progeny Park

    Posted on September 18, 2009

    Late night at Progeny Park…Reese Neely dishes out a lesson in The Progeny Style to Sam Cooper. The Progeny Style is physical, hungry, and aggressive. We love the underdog…the forgotten players. We love strong kids that we can rev up, turn loose, and watch them through raw effort and determination chew through the competition. Sam […]

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  • Blake Griffin’s Training

    Posted on June 26, 2009

    The number 1 pick in the draft last night gives us a look at how hard you have to work to be the best. Take a look. You must ask yourself if you wish to become a well-developed player or if you wish to become a weapon…which through grueling, self-inflicted punishment turns into a devastating […]

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  • Late Night at the Park

    Posted on June 9, 2009

    Last night we had a great workout. Dustin Coffman from IU strength and conditioning was in working with the kids. He walked us through some manual resistance training that was made famous by the Penn State football program. We had some great coaches versus players pickup games. It was a good time. It’s nights like […]

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