May 4th, 2021 - Clients are encouraged to self screen for illness and COVID 19 symptoms. I am currently following all recommended guidelines including wearing a KN95 mask and disposable gloves along with appropriate sanitization protocols during client visits. In-person and virtual (or online) training and consultations are available at your convenience. If you have any questions please contact Mike Croskery.
About MyoMax Performance
Since 1995, MyoMax Performance has been owned and operated by Mike Croskery and is dedicated to helping you reach your best in health, fitness, and performance through the latest advancements in exercise science and technology. Individualized exercise prescription and supervision with advanced muscle and movement analysis unleashes the power of knowledge for you, your clients, and your patients.
I cannot think of anyone who I could attest to taking your personal well-being more to heart than Mike Croskery.
Training programs, assessments, and one-on-one training are all delivered as a mobile service at the location of your choice where possible with the equipment that you have available. If you do not have the appropriate equipment at the time of scheduling, arrangements can often be made in advance of the appointment to ensure you have what you need when you need it. If you have any questions at all please feel free to contact Mike Croskery directly.
Below you will find both current and archived articles and blogs on topics concerning fitness, health, nutrition and performance as well as fully referenced scientific articles for a more in-depth discussion on physiology and training methods.
Fitness, Health, and Performance
Drop Test to Assess Knee Stability through EMG and Inertial Analysis
Getting Back Into Shape
Dealing with “pulled” muscles and strains
Using EMG Analysis to Improve Performance
Personal Training FAQ
Training for Aerobic Performance
Keep that Lactic Acid Down for Efficient Fat Burning!
The 5 W’s of Getting Fit
Improving Your Performance in Business Through Proper Exercise and Nutrition
Muscular Adaptations to Resistance Training With Special Emphasis on Muscle Fiber and Whole Muscle Hypertrophy
The Effects of Magnetism On Strength Recovery From Combined Concentric and Eccentric Exercise
A Review of Bodybuilders and Their Training Methods
Recovery from Exercise Taking into Consideration Circadian, Diurnal, and Ultradian Cycles and Subsequent Results on Tissue Induced Growth and Regeneration
Motivating the Adolescent Athlete