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Oct 21, 2017

It’s easy to find someone willing to tell you “everything you need to know” to achieve your top athletic condition and performance these days. The internet has given anyone with an opinion a massive platform to launch their ideas from. But when one of the most learned experts in the field says that science may not even have the answers you need, where do you turn?

Andy Galpin is a self-described mediocre athlete. This, he believes, is why he felt compelled to as much as possible about training for maximum performance. If what you’re gifted with physically doesn’t stack up, you have to make up for it somehow to stay competitive at the college level.

The first member of his family to attend 4-year college, Andy earned a bachelor’s degree in exercise science, then a master’s degree in human movement sciences, and then a Ph.D. in human bioenergetics. Today, Dr. Galpin is a tenured professor and the director of the Center for Sport Performance at CSU Fullerton. He continues to research and publish and makes his lectures and information free and available to all online at

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