Coach Cornwell's philosophy is simple; train hard, get plenty of recovery , and eat well. The training should be safe, sensible, and orthopaedically sound. Training should be prudent, purposeful, and safe. If you are training correctly it should be efficient, effective results oriented, and brief.
The program begins with the repetition. Each rep should look the same, thus creating "rep repetition." Reps should be smooth and momentum should be eliminated; and the muscle tension should remain constant. No fast or jerking movements. Don't throw the weight, make the muscles move the weight. Pause momentarily in the contracted position lower the weight under control, remember you are at least 40% stronger during the negative movement. Perform prescribed number of reps or until you can no longer perform the movement with good form. Remember, you control the weight, don't let the weight control you.
Strength training should be a lifetime endeavor so you must train hard, but you must always train sensibly and safe.
Coach Cornwell has trained thousands of people over the years. He has coached at West Point, Radford University, University of North Carolina, and North Carolina A&T.
Coach Cornwell derives his skills and knowledge base from many great coaches, most notably legendary NFL Strength Coach Dan Riley. Coach Cornwell has spent many hours researching and working on his skill. Each day he attempts to increase his knowledge base.Coach Cornwell has worked with several professional athletes in all sports and the NFL, MLB, Women's Soccer, Men's Lacrosse, as well as working with International Basketball athletes.