Jeremy Frisch is the owner and director of Achieve Performance Training in Clinton, Mass. He is the former assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Holy Cross athletic department. While there, he worked directly with the Crusader men’s basketball team, in addition to serving as the strength coach for Holy Cross’ men’s soccer, men’s and women’s lacrosse, baseball, softball, field hockey, tennis and women’s track & field squads. Prior to joining Holy Cross, Frisch served as the sports performance director at Teamworks Sports Center.. He also served as a speed and strength coach for Athletes Edge Sports Training, and did a strength and conditioning internship at Stanford University. Frisch is a 2007 graduate of Worcester State College with a bachelor’s degree in health science and physical education. He was a member of the football and track teams during his days at Worcester State and Assumption College.
- Why spotting missing developmental skills fuelled his choice to leave a collegiate role to work with kids.
- A typical day at Achieve Performance in terms of groups, activities and programs.
- The importance of tumbling/rolling skills in risk management. His priorities when coaching athletes in different age groups.
- What he monitors and measures in his programs. Balancing chaos and safety.
- Hiding your coaching objectives in engaging activities.
You can follow Jeremy’s work via Instagram: @achieve_performance and Twitter: @jeremyfrisch and via www.achieveperformance.training .