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Travis Mash has been strength training for over 21 years and has been working with athletes on their strength, speed, and athletic performance for over 15 years. Travis has worked with athletes and non-athletes of all levels from NFL and Olympic hopefuls, to 7-year-olds just starting out, to a 70-year-old senior seeking increased mobility. Travis is a published author for several strength and conditioning journals and continues to work with several colleges such as University of North Carolina, Wake Forest University, Appalachian State University, and Wofford University. Travis is a current world champion in powerlifting and has held the all-time pound-for-pound world record. He was also an Olympic hopeful in weightlifting and was recruited for the U.S. men’s bobsled team. Having been a world champion, Travis is able to share his champion mentality with his athletes and non-athletes alike.
Below is an article written by 17 year old Dylan Cooper. This kid has risen to the top of the Junior Division, and at the American Open he will debut on the Senior National Stage. He is the youngest member of Team MuscleDriver USA ever, and he is a Mash Mafia OG. Enjoy! Why you […]
Andrew Eischens is one of the amazing athletes at Undisputed Strength and Conditioning in Eagan, MN, the home of Mash Mafia Weightlifting MN. Not only is he a great athlete, but he is a real pleasure to call friend. Here is his take on “Expectations” which I quite on the money for a young athlete […]
In one form or another, this is the most asked question from me. The answer is normally quite different from what the asker is looking for. Being strong takes a lot of hard work, dedication, and attention to detail. Before we discuss the details to getting strong, we must first define “strong”. I am not […]