SPORTS & HUMAN PERFORMANCE TRAINING – “Are You Wanting to Play Better, Train Smarter, and Achieve a Higher Level of Success?”

At SCSP we have the solutions for you. Sean Cochran, one of the most sought after sports performance coaches on the globe offers solutions for you. Through his scientific approach to Sports Performance Training, Biomechanical Analyzation of Human Movement, Athlete Recovery, and Long Term Athletic Development he can help you, your athletes, or organization achieve a higher  level of success. Sean’s approach provides a scientific based, effective, and proven strategy of sports performance programming, workouts, and recovery techniques allowing a higher level success. Unlock a Higher Level of Achievement Beginning Today.

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  • Effect of compression garment on recovery from exercise or sport induced muscle fatigue

    Athletes and individuals involved in structured exercise programs are always looking for processes to improve performance. One component of improving performance is recovery from exercise, practices, or competition (Hamlin et al., 2012). Repetitive exercise or athletic actions results in fatigue, micro-trauma to the musculature, and sensations of soreness (Upton, Brown, & Hill, 2017). The sensation of soreness is described as delayed onset of muscle soreness (DOMS). The micro-trauma is referred to as exercise induced muscle damage (EIMD) and is characterized......

  • The Wall Street Journal – April 2018

    How Phil Mickelson Can Defy Age to Win the Masters - The 47-year-old has maintained his power better than most golfers do in the twilight of their careers with a swing that limits the physical toll on his body.

    By Brian Costa With an average length off the tee of around 300 yards this season, Mickelson is driving the ball about 10 yards longer than he did in 2013, when he last won a major. He’s a longer hitter than some of the best young players in the world, including Jordan Spieth. His swing, clocked at an average speed of 116 mph, is faster than that of Rickie Fowler, another top player two decades younger. “It’s not what the athlete looks like,” said Mickelson’s longtime trainer, Sean Cochran. “It’s how they perform—week after week, year after year.” “The longevity of careers are different,” said Mickelson. “This is another effect that Tiger had on the game of golf as far as being aware of fitness, and more specifically golf fitness now. It has allowed me to elongate my career because of that.” Mickelson first hired Cochran, a former strength coach for the San Diego Padres, in 2003. One reason was just to get stronger. “The other reason was to keep up with Tiger,” Cochran said. “At that time, Tiger was blowing everybody away.” “It’s a very efficient swing,” Cochran said. “The more efficient your swing is, the less work your body has to do to execute it.” Read More  
  • THE DAN PATRICK SHOW – MARCH 2018
    Phil Mickelson Talks Winning, Tiger, and His Future By Phil Mickelson and Dan Patrick "I've worked hard to strengthen all the muscles that support my spine, my knees, and my shoulders to help elongate my career. And my trainer Sean Cochran has been very good at that..." - Phil Mickelson READ MORE