Taylor was the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Loyola University Maryland for over seven years. Rob was a strength and conditioning consultant for athletes on the Women's Lacrosse's World Cup Champions Team Australia in 2005, and was the Head Strength Coach for Team Australia's 2009 World Cup team that played in the world championship game also. He has worked with professional organizations such as the Anaheim Angles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Mutiny, and San Antonio Silver Stars.
Coach Taylor has has also been the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at UNC Greensboro. He left to pursue a graduate degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Delaware, while working as an assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach. Rob has also worked with the athletic department at Cincinnati, Princeton, and Villanova. At each of these institutions he helped numerous athletes reach their dreams of becoming professional athletes. Rob's athletes have gone on to be drafted by the NFL, MLB, NBA, MLS, MLL, NLL, and participate in the Olympic Games.
On this episode Rob and I discussed:
- Rob's background and influences
- Rob's coaching philosophy
- Rob's Training System
- Rob's thoughts on neck training
- The biggest things that Rob has learn in his career so far
- Rob's top resources
- And much more.
Hope you guys enjoy the show.
Stay Strong, RB
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