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This is the place your peak performance is bred.

DIME Performance is THE place to train if you are serious about taking your strength and conditioning to the next level. Whatever ‘next level’ means for you.

This is the place for elite to aspiring athletes who want to excel at their sport and reach a specific performance goal or carve out a clear career path towards professional sport.

This is the place for weekend warrior and those with personal fitness goals: folks who want expertly tailored coaching to achieve their best while avoiding the risk of injury through zealous over-training.

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Stop Creating Robots. We Need Creativity.

I had the new Netflix Documentary “Brene Brown – the Call to Courage” recommended to me by my fiancé. If you haven’t watched it, it is a very good talk on all things courage, vulnerability and relationships. While there are


Provide A Canvas & Create Art

This podcast by the Science of Running guys Steve Magness and Jon Marcus encapsulates what sport and training really is, and that’s art. While directed at track athletes, there is still a lot to take for other sports. They talk

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The Myth of Core Stability

Core training is a staple in most athletes and general fitness goers training programs. “Core” stability training arrived around the end of the 1990s and was largely derived from studies that demonstrated change in timing of activation of the trunk

Speed & Power, Strength & Conditioning

A Novel Way To Get Faster Using Blood Flow Restriction

We have written many articles on improving sprint speed through many modalities of training. However, we have yet to write about getting faster without sprinting. It seems like a sham, how can you get faster without running fast? One 2014

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