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Just LIKE Old Times - RHS @ Sunrise!

Ramsey Junior Football Camp


This picture was taken with some of the Good Energy Team in 2007!

Turn the clock to Monday

We are excited to be back on the field Monday morning with the Ramsey Junior Football Campers under the direction of Head Football Coach, Vic Tribuzio.

Coach Tribuzio has invited Good Energy Training to lead the Warm-Up & Form Run for Camp this Year as well as introduce some Speed & Agility Drills on Wednesday!

What a GREAT WAY to Kick Off the week
as we nudge closer and closer to Pre-Season...
...Don't Blink Fall Sports are Coming!

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...more GE Athlete's Back IN to the Shop



Sammy Giordano is back after leading the Ridgewood Maroons to a State Championship in Lacrosse & following her first Pre-Season runaround with the Lady Hoyas Lax team last week down in Washington, D.C. at Georgetown University.

It's ALWAYS our pleasure to have the Gr8 one's come back - making GE TRAINING a Priority even though they have jobs and socializing one last time with friends from home before college begins.

Sammy G. is TRUE GE:

Welcome Back, Sam.

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at the Shop


Franklin & Marshall Senor wide receiver, Kevin O'Shea pumping out some ChainZ with Kettlebells Flat Bench today at the Shop under the guidance of Strength Coach, Pat Carley.

It's a short week, thanks to July 4th falling on a Monday - but our Strength & Power Athlete's will stil get their 3 MAIN WORK DAYS IN:
Bench - Squat - Hang Clean,

...along with a Flexibility Day & Extra Upper Day!

Speed IS Turned Up a Knotch so our GE Athlete's are a Step Ahead of their teammates at Captain's Practices...and we are still getting our Speed & Agility Work done at the Dome!

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Good Energy Training Scores BIG

at the Premier Player Soccer Academy


Ramsey, NJ

On Thursday, June 30th we brought our "Station Style" Workout to the Ramsey High School turf to share our Training with 42 Ramsey Soccer Players at Mike Wright's Summer Camp.

It really worked out well as we broke the field down into 8 stations with 5 players in each group with a few having six to complete the 42 at Camp.

The Athlete's WORKED HARD for 3 minutes straight & the 25 minute Speed & Agility session was NO Picnic in the Heat of this Summer morning on the Ramsey Turf.

We want to "Thank" Coach Wright for allowing us to share GE with his Campers and applaud the Ramsey Soccer players for being receptive to our Training and WORKING HARD!

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July 4th Weekend - 2011

Good Energy wishes YOU a Happy Independence Day!


The Shop is taking a much needed hiatus over the July 4th Weekend!

We ALL have been working Hard to make this the BEST Summer yet at the Shop since 2003. We will resume training on Tuesday, July 5th.

Don't CHEAT Too much on your healthy habits without Good Energy Training, but enjoy family, friends, BBQ's and whatever YOUR TRADITION is on this Special weekend in the USA!

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Tommy Kelly CHOSEN as "Top Prospect!"

National Underclassmen Combine - Oklahoma University


Ramsey H.S. senior Captain FB/LB Tommy Kelly has been so impressive at ALL of his National Underclassmen Combine's that he has been invited to the "Top Prospect Camp" in Norman, OK - the Home of the Oklahoma Sooners!

The Good Energy Team is extremely excited for Tommy because we took a lot of Pride training him ALL Spring at the Shop & in the Dome.

We will keep you posted on Tommy's performance in Oklahoma, but we know he is "On the Map" with recruiters and hope this Winning Streak carries over to the Fall!

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Graduation Time - 2011

Mahwah's Kristin Kosch & Timmy Culloty


Recent Mahwah H.S. graduate Kristin Kosch has a photo opportunity with Timmy Culloty - a 2010 graduate!

Kristin & Timmy have both been TRAINING HARD with Good Energy Training!

We are excited to have Kristin "on board" thanks to the referral from the Kamback's! Erik Kamback was the 1st Athlete of the Week in 2005 and is a graduate and former football captain for Middlebury College.

Kristin is preparing for her Freshman year on the Seton Hall soccer team & we are psyched that she is training with GE!

Timmy had a successful Freshman lacrosse season at Steven's Tech University and continues his hard work at the Shop & in our Running Program this Summer too!

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Summer 2011 - TESTING - Phase 1

Monday, June 20, 2011


Andrew Sayler preparing for his 1 rep squat of 475 under the watchful eye of Strength Coach, Pat Carley.

Our College Athlete's will test their progress in our program with a 1 Rep Max test in the Squat, Bench Press & Hang Clean so we can monitor their improvement over the next 6-8 weeks.

We are officially half way thru our Summer Program although on the calendar, Summer starts tomorrow.

Congratulations to ALL our Athlete's for a Great Effort on Monday and we look forward to many PR's this Week & New Goals set for the remainder of the Summer.

Good Energy Training
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Father's Day 2011 - June 19, 2011

...without my Dad


My Dad was a "handshake guy." He didn't need to tell my brother, sister & I "He loved us" - we could tell by his facial expressions, body language & that grizzly bear handshake. He taught us to work hard, to always be a team player & to do the right thing. There were always rules to follow & a certain way to do things - his way was ...usually right.

My Dad taught us to be Proud of who we are and to Believe in ourselves but to Always be humble. He did a lot of great things while he lived & helped a lot of people exactly how he helped us, never looking for credit. My Dad's heart was BIG enough to treat All those he cared about like Family & those who knew my Dad could attest to that. Our first Father's Day without my Dad (today) was not easy & it is difficult to live without "our Backstop." I am thankful for my venue to share the Lessons I learned thru the "Personal" Performance & Fitness Training we do at the Good Energy Training Shop.

Thanks to ALL the GE Believers for letting me pass it on. : )

Pete Ohnegian
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Added some EXTRA Rope Work

June 18, 2011


Mackenzie Welter still smiling even during the Rope WORK at the end of her Friday BOOTCAMP at the Shop!

With the help of Strength Coach, Kevin O'Shea, Mac completes the overhead rope transfer in this INTENSE Grip, Shoulder WORK with the XXL 50` & Double width ROPE.

Summer 2011 is HERE & we hope to UP THE INTENSITY & Increase the Work Load for ALL our Athlete's to prepare for the Fall!

Mac is a sophomore jumper and sprinter for Northern Highlands H.S. up the street.

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Tuesday, June 14th 2011


There is still an NFL Lockout, but our Shop is pleased to continue to provide the McCourty twins with some Good Energy Training during the "Work Stoppage!"

Devin performed an Upper Body workout today and we hope to have both Jason & Devin train together at the end of this week.

We look forward to the guys getting back on the field soon, but it's nice to have two first class people and world class athlete's training at the Shop!

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Casimos has good day at Rutgers


Matt Hladik Staff Writer

Talk about it in The Round Table
Throughout this recruiting season, much has been made of the Don Bosco Prep "Fab 5"--Darius Hamilton, Elijah Shumate, Yuri Wright, Leonte Carroo and Mike Strizak. Yet on Saturday, it was a different Ironman who stole some of the headlines at Rutgers' annual Big Man Academy.

Casimos had a big day at RU on Saturday
Junior offensive guard Michael Casimos lived up to his high school's nickname by winning the Strong Man award. During bench instruction, he put up 185 pounds 30 times.

"I wasn't exactly expecting to do that many reps, I haven't tested that weight in a long time," said Casimos, who first began weight training as a high school freshman. "But I knew I was strong, I recently did 410 pounds for a one-rep max."

Standing 6-foot-4 and weighing 275 pounds, Casimos said he is the strongest player on the Don Bosco Prep roster, an impressive feat indeed.

"It feels good (being the strongest) but it is a lot of hard work," Casimos said. "It definitely gives me confidence."

Casimos, who called Saturday's competition "some of the best I have seen at any camp", impressed evaluators and coaches alike with his performance at last month's Northeast Five-Star event in Stamford, Conn.

He made a similar impact on the Rutgers' staff on Saturday.

"They (the coaches) told me some great things," Casimos said. "They were impressed with my talents and skills. I talked to Coach Hafley and Coach Flood. Coach Flood told me good job and said I did well in drills and 1-on-1's."

With teammate Tyler Samra recently committing to UConn, Casimos is the top uncommitted lineman on the Bosco squad.

While he said he is unsure how close to offering the Scarlet Knights may or may not be, he indicated the coaching staff said they will definitely keep in touch.

Casimos is scheduled to camp at Boston College, Maryland, Syracuse, N.C. State and UConn, but said a Rutgers offer would definitely be special.

"It would be great, getting that offer from Rutgers," Casimos said. "They are a very good program, great academics and great football."

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