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Working privately with athletes has many advantages including the ceiling at which how many athletes at a time Doug could work with. Having worked with soccer athletes for an extended period of time, Doug added lacrosse, baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, football and track/field to the mix.

Now, moving west, Doug has left the private seen and now tackles being a true high school strength coach at Oak Hill High School in Converse, Indiana. 

Doug has multi sport athletes and sports range from those he already has experience with and now adds wrestling, golf and swim/dive. 

Loads of variability lies ahead of him but Doug holds the abilities well to train a large pool of athletes. Below is the philosphy Doug brings to OHHS.


athlete focused

Programs are designed sport by sport; for EACH individual on the team. 

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technique driven

Correct Technique is critical if you're going to excel in any sport.



We take time to teach because your brain has important  muscles too. 

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Students learn what is required while also expressing themselves.

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Athlete Focused


Strength and Conditioning programs through the Miller Training Systems Model are designed for athletes in every sport, for each individual on the team. Not everyone develops at the same rate nor does everyone mature and grow at similar points in adolescent life. Strength and Conditioning programs should be designed to accommodate; that's what we do. 

No matter the sport - Football, Basketball, Softball, Soccer - each individual on a team has their own plan and follow the programs at their own pace hitting goals one at a time. Progression takes patience and discipline. Overtime, each rep and each set is one more closer to achieving that goal. 


How can you expect someone to drive a car if you first don't teach them which pedal is the gas and which is the brake? 

In conjunction with programs being designed and ran individually within each team, time is spent to ensure technique is optimal and it doesn't happen just once. We watch technique daily! Boys and girls need to learn to move correctly before they take on heavy loads. These programs will have technique instruction built in to ensure athletes are moving efficiently and getting the most out of their dollars spent and from the training program. 

Technique is sport specific. While many movement mechanics are universal, there are sport specific movements that differ based on the demand of the sport on the body. Programming is designed and conducted according to each demand.



It's exciting to lift weights, move well, hit big numbers and see change over time. These programs, however, aren't successful if we fail to education boys and girls on why movement is important, with good form, and why what we do outside of the weight room is equally important as well. 

Time with family, focus in the classroom, good nutritional habits, rest and recovery -- these are all important and vital to an athlete's successes. We hammer the idea that learning never stops and that athletes must take time to try new things while learning about what their body wants/needs. Our programming never ceases to teach. 

What good is it if you participate in a training program to increase your vertical jump height for basketball if you aren't taught the best tips and tactical advice from our coaches? What good is it if a cross country runner is preparing for a half marathon and eats white rice vs whole wheat pasta the night before the race? We take time to explain what we are doing and WHY.




Programming and training don't have to be confusing. Yes, something is new, we get it. The beauty of this is to ask questions. Why? Because we give you answers to go and express yourself. 

While small group training is available, where you get more interaction with a coach, there are options for team training where learning is heightened and growth is increased mainly due to the autonomous nature of the training environment.


That is our goal; that you learn with your coach and your development that learning on your own as you develop over time.

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