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We have written over 500 articles and offer a variety of seminars on Athlete Evaluation and Management, Performance, Nutrition, Life Optimization, and more.

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We believe that the human experience goes far beyond the gym and that to truly drive performance and health one must look critically at all aspects of life – diet, stress management, exercise, and restoration.

We believe Health and Performance go hand in hand.

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Our Work Flow


The first thing we do with our athletes is establish a baseline. Using the Omegawave and PRI we can start to build a map of your body.

Train & Assess

After establishing a baseline, we then create individualized training to you and your specific objectives.

Adapt & Evolve

Now that we have data on how you react to specific training and a map of your physiology we can facilitate precise adaptations using a variety of proven methods.

TAE is proud to offer OmegaWave Monitoring. We are looking for how your body adapts and focusing on the Central Nervous, Cardiac, Metabolic, and Hormonal Systems. After analyzing this data, we are able to pivot, adjust, and validate that our course is optimal. Testing is available in variable intervals i.e. daily, weekly, bi-monthly etc.


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Latest Articles

Extensive Tempo + Moxy

In Track and Field most coaches are familiar with extensive tempo workouts. The coaching of Charlie Francis made this type of prescription very common in the training design of sprinters. As a student of Track and Field for years it has been interesting to listen to the pro’s and cons; one side citing the benefits of extensive tempo while the other side’s exposing the pitfalls. If you are a coach reading this post you may have already made your decision on which side you stand. read more

What Pisses Me Off!?

What pisses me off about nutrition is an over reliance on equations and numbers (and macros)? For instance, we have the Mifflin St. Jeor and the Harris Benedict equation, WHO standards, or calculating caloric intake off lean body mass. There are a lot of ways to calculate how many calories you need to eat to supposedly stay where you are or lose/gain weight. You will need to calculate tons of fun acronyms in the process: RER, FFM, TEF, BMR, etc. You know - Math. Yet, the very first problem is that these equations are just estimations, very rough estimations. It will depend on the paper you read, but in a recent review of 29 of these equations by AJCN the best are a little more than 20% off at estimating Resting Energy Expenditure. Then you get into what the body does in response to certain foods, exercise, the validity of the gold standard used, and the snowball grows. read more

Hey You! Put Down The Trail Mix.

Over the past decade I have looked at thousands upon thousands of dietary recalls or diaries and I can count the number of goody two shoes humans who have eaten enough vegetables on one hand. Davis and I are always looking for the simple side of complexity and to me after we get the dietary wheels on the car, it all comes down to snacking. read more

Talk Nerdy To Me – Vol 2 – A Bird’s Eye View

This month’s Talk Nerdy To Me pans out at the systems that we commonly need to optimize in order to perform at our highest level. Keep in mind that many of the items discussed could be Talk Nerdy To Me vids in and of themselves. However, this video is meant to provide you with a bird’s eye view of how we support our athletes with much more than just exercise. read more

Latest Workouts

Tuesday 11.10.15

Warm up B A. Power Snatch 6x3@70-75% w/ 2 min rest B. WTD Dips 6x1@heavy w/ 2 min rest 4 Rounds 15 C2B 15 Back Squats M205, W155 15 Push Press M155, W105 Rest 90 secs 10 min Cool down

Monday 11.9.15

10 min EMOM 1: 5 Burpee Box Jumps + 20 DU right into 1-10-1 American KB breathing Ladder *1 swing 1 breathe 2 swings 2 breaths… *place the KB on the ground then breathe 10 min Aerobic 130-150HR

Saturday 11.6.15

Warm up B A. BB Bent Over Row 3×5@Heavy w/ 2 min rest B. 5 Rounds 15 Cal Airdyne@100% or 150m Sprint 8 Clean to Thruster M205#, W135# Rest 4 mins 10 min Aerobic Cooldown

Friday 11.5.15

Warm up B A. Power Snatch 8x1@work up to a heavy w/ 2 min rest B. Jerk 8×1@work up to a heavy w/ 90 sec rest C. 6 Rounds 250m Row 10 Dips 50 DU Rest 1 min

Wednesday 11.4.15

Warm up C A1.Clean liftoffs 4×3@100-110% w/ 1 min rest A2. Clean 4x2@65-75% w/ 2 min rest B. 5 Rounds For Time: 30m HS Walks 50 DU 5/5 Pistols 5 MU 50 DU 10 min Aerobic Cooldown

Tuesday 11.3.15

Warm up B A. Power Snatch 8×1@70-75% w/ 2 min rest B. Back Squat 1-3-5@by feel w/ 2 min rest C. WTD Dips 1-3-5@by Feel 6 Rounds 200m Run @75% 10 C2B 15 KB Swings Rest/Walk 2 mins