Dan Eiden - Personal Trainer in Las Vegas

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Las Vegas Strength and Conditioning Coach


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"I specialize in training athletes of all ages, training levels, and sports. If you are a young athlete just getting started training or a professional athlete looking to take your game to the highest level, I'll work with you 1 on 1 to customize a program suited to reach your individual goals as quickly as possible in order to excell at your particular sport."
— Dan Eiden (702) 521-6012 eiden1974@yahoo.com

Increase Strength & Power

Increase Strength and Power
Maximal strength and power are a big part of many sports so increases in them are a major emphasis in many programs I write out.

I help my athletes bring about maximal strength and power gains thru a variety of methods that emphasis the right rep bracket, intensity zone, type of exercises, sets, and load.

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Maximize Speed & Agility

Increase Speed and Agility
The different types of speed strength are of major importance in almost every sport. Starting, stopping, accelerating, decelerating, throwing, and jumping are all examples of the different types of speed strength.

My programs and methods to improve speed strength with athletes are designed to not help them perform certain drills or exercises better but to be better on the field.

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Sports Nutrition Guidance

Sports Nutrition Guidance
The best workouts and programs in the world for an athlete are of little importance if the athlete is not following a proper nutrition program.

I place a very high level of priority on nutrition and work hard to help all my athletes with all parts of their nutrition programs including types of food, amounts of certain nutrients, meal planning, and supplementation.

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Maximize Your Abilities

Maximize Your Abilities
Every athlete has different levels of improvement they can reach in their specific sport. One of my jobs as a strength coach in training my athletes is to help them reach the maximum of their abilities.

I use a variety of methods to achieve this including not just using the right programs at the right times.

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Improve Body Composition

Improve Body Composition
What type of shape and condition and athlete is in can dramatically affect his or her performance in a positive or negative way depending on the condition of the athlete.

Improvements in body composition may be of lower importance to some athletes looking for better sports performance but it is of high importance in almost every sport and one of the things I focus on a lot in my programs.

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Periodized Programs

When putting together a program for a particular athlete a lot of thought and preparation must be put in to it.

Training variables such as the sport an athlete plays, the position, prior injuries, training age, goals of the athlete, what time it is in the sports season, etc. all are factored in to writing out a program for every athlete I train.

Periodization basically refers to planned changes in a program so that one does not plateau.

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