Marco Sanchez has been a strength and conditioning coach at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning in Woburn since completing a summer internship in 2009. Since then Marco has built an extensive resume of personal training and athlete clients, ranging from youths to professionals and Olympians. Marco is an educator at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning and is heavily involved with the training of the staff as well as other coaches and trainers around the world.
In the fall of 2013, Marco completed his year-long massage therapy licensure and began treating clients and athletes at MBSC. Marco spent the 2014-2015 professional hockey season as the assistant Strength and Conditioning coach for the San Jose Sharks, and Head Strength Coach of their American Hockey League affiliate, the Worcester Sharks.
He has a well-rounded education in various systems across the industry. He has attended courses from PRI, FMS, SFMA, NKT, Pn1 and RockTape.
Marco can be contacted at Marco@Movement-As-Medicine.com.
– Marcos switch from Economics to Strength & Conditioning and his come up in the industry
– What makes strength coaches successful. “Its not about you, its about your athletes”
– Why it’s so important to “start with why” in coaching
– The importance of making mistakes in order to figure things out
– The importance of systems, expectations, mission and values in business
– The in’s and outs of the Physical Therapy industry
– What it means to be a “complete physio” or a “next generation strength coach”
– Marco’s screen process and how he uses the SFMA and FMS
– How MBSC and Movement as Medicine work together
– The evolution from Strength and Conditioning Coach to Sport Performance Coach
– The connection between training to overall health and happiness
– What age should athletes start strength training
– Moving out of the frontal plane, lateral movement and side to side connections
– Marcos’ down to earth approach to building great nutrition habits
– A great story of how Marco lost a client to “water”
– Warming vs cooling foods
– What Marco is reading and what are some of the things he has changed this past year
– The importance of the hustle and years in the trenches
– Why Marco calls his clients “friends”