Nutrition goes hand-in-hand with the training. I am not affiliated with any supplement company, but I understand the demands lifting and top-notch training puts on the body. Proper nutrition is vital for maximizing physical development, and I want to give every athlete I work with the knowledge they need to get the most out of my program.


Structure of Tier One Performance’s Program:

Warm-Up (5-10 min): This is a dynamic warm-up with built-in mobility emphasis to make sure each athlete's body is warmed up and ready to lift.

Strength Work (30-45 min): We will be doing barbell, dumbbell, and a variety of other lifts. Perfect form takes precedence over everything else. We will not load an athlete until they are comfortable with the movement, and after we are confident they understand how to move within the exercise.

Arm Care (10-15 min): Arm care is one of the most over-looked characteristics in the game of baseball. For those who are introduced to arm care/shoulder rehab, it's usually after an arm injury. These exercises are specific to the muscles that make up the rotator cuff and surround the scapulars. I have our athletes doing these exercises while healthy to promote durability and to help build arm strength. These exercises are unique, specific, and important to baseball because the act of throwing a baseball is a very unnatural, violent motion.


I have been in the business of baseball-specific strength work for one year and have seen very good results in that short time. I only work with aspiring baseball players, with the goal of developing stronger, more athletic, explosive, and intelligent athletes. I understand each athlete has different needs based on their movement patterns, stabilization and mobilization, and overall physical development. It is with this approach, I train each individual athlete accordingly.

This is my full-time job and I take it seriously. My strength program is a great platform for me to reach out and mentor athletes within that very critical age range of 12-21. Being a positive influence on the baseball players I work with is as important as the strength program itself. I believe I have an advantage, being 24-years old, in that I can quickly relate and connect with today’s young baseball players, while still being able to provide leadership and mentorship. I make it a point to go to summer games, talk baseball and more during training sessions, check-in to make sure our players are eating the best they can and be there to answer any questions that might come up.





TIER 1 PERFORMANCE - CODY BEAM

Bio:
I was born and raised in Coon Rapids, Minnesota. During my high school career, I played middle-infield and pitched. In college, I was strictly a pitcher.
High School:
Coon Rapids High School
- graduated 2009
College:
Freshman Year of College: Central Arizona College (CAC) 2009-2010
Sophomore Year of College: Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) 2011-2012
Junior and Senior Year of College: Dallas Baptist University (DBU) 2012-2014
- Drafted by Pittsburgh Pirates in 2013 MLB Draft
- Graduated with B.S. Kinesiology, Concentration Exercise Science
Continuing Education
- Currently studying for CSCS (Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist)
- currently working toward nutrition certifications in the near future

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