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HARDcore Athletic Training Program

The HARDcore program here at Rejuv Medical is tailored for each athlete to improve in their specific performance goals. Core values of our program is too help eliminate injury risk through pre-habilitation/rehabilitation exercises, improve explosiveness for anaerobic athletes, increased aerobic capacity for aerobic athletes, training the “mental athlete” by attitude and effort coaching, and work on sport specific movement patterns.

Our program is based off current research and training methods to help each athlete who walks through Rejuv’s doors achieve the success they are reaching for. Methods for achieving this success are either our small groups sessions in our facility which range from two to eight athletes per group. Keeping small groups actually “small groups” is essential to make sure coaches can give feedback and one on one attention to each athlete as necessary instead of being overwhelmed with athlete volume. Small group training goes for ten weeks beginning in the first week of June. Options for small group training are either three-day per week training or two-day per week training sessions.

The program thrives on structure and programming principles and small groups allow the coaches to focus on and continually monitor improvements or areas of concern with each athlete. Another option Rejuv offers is “outreach coaching” where we send coaches to local area high schools and run team sessions in your facility with lower rate per athlete and keeping your whole team together working and bonding through team training sessions. As the number of athletes increase in the outreach program the price goes down.

How Our Program is Unique:

  • Sport specific training at our state-of-the-art facility.
  • On location option at your school.
  • Top trainers to work with athletes in small group settings.
  • Seamless integration with current strength and conditioning coaches.
  • Developed to compliment your existing program.

Meet The Coach

isaiahIsaiah McBride M.A., NSCA-CSCS, USAW-1

Isaiah McBride is the Director of the Rejuv Medical HARDcore program, taking over that role in November 2016. Previously, Coach McBride served as the head strength and conditioning coach for the Chinese Taipei National Men’s Basketball Development Team, highlighted by a 2014 FIBA Asia Cup silver medal finish. Living overseas in Asia, Coach McBride had the rare opportunity to work with a variety of athletes of multiple sports from youth, collegiate, professional and international levels. Additional work experience includes Facility Director with Acceleration Northwest, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach with Milligan College and Strength and Conditioning Intern with the University of Wisconsin.

Coach McBride’s passion for strength and conditioning started in his hometown of Princeton, MN where he competed as a two sport athlete playing basketball and football. After graduation, he chose to pursue that passion further by enrolling and graduating with a B.S. in Exercise Science and Minor in Nutrition from Winona State University. Dedicated in his pursuit for more educational development, Coach McBride enrolled in the Kinesiology and Sport Studies graduate program at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City Tennessee, graduating with a M.A. in Sport Physiology and Performance. A United States Olympic Training Site under the supervision of Mike and Meg Stone, Coach McBride had the opportunity to work with East Tennessee State University and Milligan College Athletics as a strength and conditioning coach. Fortunate and blessed with the opportunity to travel the world and work with athletes of all levels, Coach McBride has recently moved back home to Minnesota in order to focus on family and give back to the communities that have helped him pursue his dreams.

Hobbies include weightlifting, bodybuilding, family time and travel.


Begins June 6th & runs for 10 weeks


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