Freak Strength Facility Located at 12 Wright Way, Oakland NJ 07436

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What good is running that 4.4sec 40 yard dash if every time you run it, you pull a muscle?

We believe the best ability is availability. The athletes that improve the most are the ones that are away from the field the least!

Our goal is to keep athletes healthy & moving better while improving performance.

If it doesn’t get you closer to attaining your goals, we don’t waste time with it.

We at Freak Strength have the knowledge, experience & the ability to help you improve your performance – whether it be: speed, power, strength, endurance, flexibility/mobility or general health.  You will not find a gym in the area with more qualified coaches with both traditional education as well as practical experience. Our staff has worked with athletes from youth all the way to Pro-Bowlers with 10+ years of professional experience.

We Are The #1 Performance Center in the Tri-State Area!

 

For any Information regarding: Programming, Performance Training, Nutritional Counseling, Consulting, Seminars, Lectures. or Scheduling Appointments

EMAIL:  ContactFreakStrength@gmail.com for general inquiries

NOTE: We are not a public gym with standard operating hours. All sessions are by appointment only. Hours of operation vary from day to day. Please email to schedule a time to come to our facility and meet with a trainer if you’re interested in learning more about our programs. 

 

 

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Weak and/or Painful shoulders?

Check out these videos if you have any shoulder issues and see if they help!

We call this series the 4-way scap.  It works four movements – Retraction, Protraction, Elevation & Depression.  There are many different ways to utilize this series.  Bands, weights, cables, weightless, etc.

We’ll typically hit 1-3 sets of 10-20 reps of each movement.  It’s not unusual for us to utilize these in an aerobic theme for rehab purposes.

We call this series the 8-way shoulder.  There are many different ways to utilize this series.  Bands, weights, cables, weightless, etc. We typically go either weightless or with dumbbells/plates.

We’ll typically hit 1-3 sets of 6-12 reps of each movement as part of our warmup.  Because of this series, we do not perform any additional shoulder work.

It’s not unusual for us to have people perform these every day with varying sets, reps & intensities.

 

Hope this helps!!!!

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