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. 





 

 

Recent Posts

Foot exercises

I was on a podcast a few weeks back and promised a post on different foot exercises we implement.  Here you guys go as promised:

You can perform these however you like.  Sets of 10, 20 or even a set duration.  We don’t perform these to exhaustion, the goal is slow and steady daily progress.

We also target certain areas to dig in and release.  Here is a pic of those areas.  We’ll use different objects of different densities at different points of training & exposure.

We’ll typically go from least to most dense.  10 rolls over each line with each object.  The goal isn’t typically to cause discomfort, we want fascial release, not bruising.

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