Her is Brooks Story in his own
words: I was formerly known as an
ambidextrous quarterback and athlete. Went on to play college
football, and a graduate assistant in strength and conditioning at
Jacksonville State University. Got a job in education as a
teacher/coach, got my masters and specialist degree in education
and continue to teach and coach for the next 13 years all over AL
As a teacher/coach. I usually
had 3 different jobs or more. To be a teacher and a sport coach was
priority. We had to be successful in sport and had to make sure we
did all the stuff we needed to do in the classroom (usually a PE,
Drivers Ed, Health, or Anatomy/Physiology if needed). My third job
was my real passion- strength and conditioning coach. It's where I
connected with athletes the most and where I could design and
implement the programs where i needed to make the biggest impact.
In 2007 got my CSCS and dove head first into becoming a great
strength coach. But the teacher/coach and my drive to be the best
at them all started to take its toll. I eventually got burned out
with the demand and wanting to do a better job than I was capable
at the time.
Long story short, my mission is
to create a better generation of athletes than the one before it.
We do this by movement based training and testing. We (MVP and Team
Sports Performance) have been doing this for around 3 years. And
have had great success changing injury rates in athletes. We have
reduced injuries to half of what they once were with our teams
(based on the research that we have done with UAB Orthopedic
Medicine and training staff).
Our methods are working and now
we are reaching out to expand our model and philosophies to help
coaches and athletes around the country.
One of his primary goals currently
is to expand to three locations
He is accomplishing this goal by
setting a strategic plan and having the marketing in place to be
able to grow properly.
“Mission vision process”
How to make it as an entrepreneur?
“Surrounding yourself with successful people”
His Website: http://www.mvptraining.net/
His Email: email@example.com
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