Mark Roozen

Website: http://coachrozy.com/

Mark Roozen

Mark Roozen, M.Ed.,CSCS,*D, NSCA-CPT, FNSCA, is the owner of Coach Rozy, Powered by Avera Sports. He recently was a member of the Cleveland Browns Strength Staff. He has over 25 years of experience as a strength and conditioning coach at the high school, college and professional level. He has worked with over 30,000 youth at sport camps across the country. Roozen has written for a number of professional trade journals and has presented at the national and international level. He is also Co-Director of The Performance Education Association (TPEA) and owner/president of Performance Edge Training Systems (PETS).

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Boost Sport-Specific Conditioning With Interval Training

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Get Quick With an Agility Progression Sequence, Part 2

Gaining agility and quickness for game-time situations involves many components. True agility isn't just moving at different speeds in different direc...

Get Quick With an Agility Progression Sequence, Part 1

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Easy Ways to Work Balance Training Into Your Workout Program

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Resistance Speed: The Key to Increasing Speed, Strength and Power

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