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Juan Pablo Reggiardo

BridgeAthletic Performance Specialist Juan Pablo joined Bridge in 2016 and is in charge of developing all content and educational material for Bridge’s volleyball offerings. He has over 17 years of training experience, from middle school and high school athletes, to collegiate, professional, and Olympic hopefuls. Prior to joining Bridge, Juan Pablo was a collegiate sports performance coach for 12 years. He’s worked at both Stanford University and Louisiana State University with both school’s Men’s Basketball, Women’s Volleyball, and Golf programs. While with the women’s volleyball program, he was part of four national championship runs, including a championship title. Juan Pablo also works at a non-profit center for adolescents, The Riekes Center for Human Enhancement in Menlo Park, CA, where he directs their outreach programs and speed development programs. His certifications include NSCA-CSCS, NASM-PES & CES, TPI Golf Fitness Pro, USAW Club Coach, USA T&F Level 1 Coach, FMS Level 1 Certified.

Recent Posts

Improve Athlete Performance: Planning, Nutrition, Hydration, and Sleep

By Juan Pablo Reggiardo on July 05, 2017

Your athlete is generally only training with you 2-10 hours per week. This leaves over 160 hours left in each seven day week for them to be negatively impacting their body and their training. With this in mind, the most important thing you can do as a coach is to educate your athletes on the different processes they can control every single day that will enhance performance. Below is a list of BridgeAthletic's tips to improve athlete performance and help control for the many factors that may inhibit athlete training.

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Nutrition Performance Trends Recovery Sports Technology

Measuring the Success of Your Strength and Conditioning Program

By Juan Pablo Reggiardo on July 05, 2017

There are many factors that influence athletic performance. Often, strength and conditioning coaches get to witness incremental achievements made both by an individual and by a team in the gym. There is little doubt that a sport-specific strength and conditioning program will always be a key driver of overall success.

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Performance Trends Sports Technology

Structuring Your Strength & Conditioning Program: The 5 Key Phases

By Juan Pablo Reggiardo on July 05, 2017

When putting together a strength and conditioning program for your athletes, there are a number of factors to take into consideration:

  • The number of athletes training at once
  • The training age & experience of your athletes
  • What space/equipment you have available for each session
  • How long each training session will be
  • The number of weekly training sessions
  • Any injuries individual athletes may have
  • Practice and competition schedule
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Performance Trends