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Author Archives: Adam Campbell, CSCS

About Adam Campbell, CSCS

Adam grew up a lifetime athlete, playing soccer, baseball, basketball, and practicing martial arts, earning his black belt at age 12. While in college, he decided to join the Navy and soon adopted CrossFit to help prepare him for the demands of the military. Adam earned his commission in 2008, and while on active duty earned his CrossFit Level 1 in 2010 and CrossFit Football certification in 2012. He was part of the first class to go through the Power Athlete methodology course, and the first group to earn their Block One certification in September 2017. He currently coaches at two gyms in San Diego, applying the principles from the Power Athlete Methodology to both general population and field sport athletes.

GenPop Training: Principle of Reversibility

If you’ve been in the iron game for a long time, and/or have a history of playing sports, there’s a good chance that you’ve taken some […]

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GenPop Training: Principle of Individuality

Power Athlete is built on principles, not philosophies, to drive our training and programming. If you’re like me and work with the GenPop, applying the same […]

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Gen Pop Training: Overload Principle

At Power Athlete there are a few things we are openly passionate about: the Fast and Furious documentaries, Flat Earth, and the idea of being wedded […]

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Coaching Conversations: So You Want to be a Mercenary

We’ve finally come full circle. Living life as a Mercenary coach,the part-time/assistant coach, is never easy. Riding your Harley from gym to gym while your leather coat […]

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What Were You Training For?

There is a common vernacular that many of us in the Power Athlete nation speak; “Empower your Performance”, “Unlock Athletic Potential”, and “documentary series” are a […]

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The Resi and the People Who Coach Them

It’s that time of year again. The gifts unwrapped, the trees and lights have been put away, and the N*SYNC Christmas album placed back on the […]

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Empowering Your Black Friday: Knowledge and Gear

Yes, it’s that time of year again: getting up early, standing in lines in the early morning cold for “doorbuster deals”, and having to Be the […]

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Coaching Conversations: The Multi-Cultural Coach

There are an incredible number of cultures spread across this disk we call Earth. If we use language as a dividing line to separate one culture […]

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Coaching Conversations: Relationship Advice for the Mercenary Coach

During our last chalk talk, we discussed what it meant to be a Mercenary Coach, the part-time/assistant coach. We covered how you can make yourself an […]

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Coaching Conversations: Life As a Mercenary Coach

We spend a lot of time here at @powerathletehq dropping knowledge bombs, repeating jokes, and dropping knowledge bombs with repeated jokes, to help prepare coaches across […]

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