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“No B.S. Workout To Improve Your Overall Movements, Strength, Power, Endurance, Boost Your Energy Levels and Lose Excess Fat”

Performance Training Solutions to Keep You Moving!

____________________________________ Giber Becerra, CSCS Performance Specialist
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ABOUT GIBER BECERRA & Performance for Life…
Giber Becerra is a respected sports performance coach with over 9 years of experience training athletes and active individuals. He is the President & Founder of Sports Performance Republic (SPR), a comprehensive sports training company that helps individuals take their performance to the next level. Whether on or off the field, SPR provides solutions through processes that promote productivity, longevity, and motivation. When individuals feel like they have reached a plateau on their performance, or simply don’t know strategies for maximum results, they run to Giber & their team of experts for help. From active individuals to elite athletes, he offers a variety of training and consulting products for individuals, groups, or teams. An experienced Sports Performance Coach, Giber’s major goal is to contribute his knowledge, experience, and enthusiasm to the continued development of active individuals, elite, and aspiring elite level athletes. The result of his vision to fulfill his aspirations was the development of Sports Performance Republic in 2008. Through Sports Performance Republic’s methodology, he brings tribute to his many years of studying the “Greats” or leading experts in the field of sports performance, such as Mark Verstegen, Gray Cook, Mike Boyle, Juan Carlos Santana, Loren Seagrave, Tudor Bompa, Vern Gambetta, Mike Clark, Gary Gray and many others. His approach empowers diverse individuals, giving them the knowledge and the tools necessary to reach their most desired performance goals. His objective is to reach out and bring knowledge and awareness to living a healthy lifestyle. Giber is certified and a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association. In addition, Becerra holds a National D Soccer Coaching License from the United States Soccer Association and is CPR/AED certified. Giber currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona.

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DISCLAIMER
Important Disclaimer... Please Read The author and publisher of this tutorial and accompanying material have used their best efforts in preparing it. The author and publisher make no representation or warranties with respect to the accuracy, applicability, fitness or completeness of the contents of this material. The information contained in this manual is strictly for educational and resource purposes only. It is not medical advice and is NOT a substitute for or an addition to any advice given to you by health care professionals. See your physician before starting any exercise or nutrition program. If you are taking any medications, you must talk to your physician before starting any exercise program, including the Performance for Life Training Program. Therefore if you wish to apply ideas contained in this tutorial, you are taking full responsibility for your actions. Every effort has been made to accurately represent this product. Examples in this program are not to be interpreted as a promise or guarantee of any kind. This program is designed for healthy individuals 18 years and older only. The author and publisher disclaim any warranties (express or implied), merchantability, or fitness for any particular purpose. The author and publisher shall in no event be held liable to any part of any direct, indirect, punitive, special, incidental or other consequential damages arising directly or indirectly from any use of this material, which is provided “as is” and without warranties. All forms of exercise pose some inherent risks. Before adhering to the information or recommendations of this program, you must consult your physician. Please understand that you are solely responsible for the way information on this manual is perceived and utilized and you do so at your own risk. For your own safety, it is important to understand your own limits. Do not take risks beyond your current level of fitness and experience. If you experience any lightheadedness, dizziness, or shortness of breath while exercising, stop the movement and consult a physician. Don’t perform any exercise unless you have been shown the proper technique by a certified personal trainer or certified strength and conditioning specialist. Always ask for instruction and assistance when lifting. Don’t perform any exercise without proper instruction. Always do a warm-up prior to exercising. You must have a complete physical examination if you are sedentary, if you have high cholesterol, high blood pressure, or diabetes, if you are overweight, or if you are over 30 years old. In no way will Sports Performance Republic, LLC or any persons associated with Sports Performance Republic, LLC be held responsible for any injuries or problems that may occur due to the use of this program or the advice contained within. Sports Performance Republic, LLC will not be held responsible for the conduct of any companies and websites recommended within this site. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us: info@sportsperformancerepublic.com

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GUIDELINES
According to your level of experience and fitness levels, choose a starting point. You begin with a lower number of sets and repetitions if you need it. Every 3 weeks of consistent training, take one unloading week to let your body recover. During this recovery week, you can perform some activity at lower intensity levels. Depending on your availability, choose the number of training days a week. Training could be 2-6 days a week and alternating between different workout routines. Each pair of exercises will be performed as a “Superset.” With each Superset, you will perform an exercise followed immediately by the next.

Rest 1 minute after completing the exercises in your Superset.

Every workout should be preceded by a thorough warm-up and then followed by a cool-down sequence after the workout. If you have a limited amount of time:

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Perform the movement prep section only. Reduce the number of sets or reps. Shorten the workout and follow at a later time throughout the day.

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Nowadays, people are busier than ever and there seems to be less and less time for ourselves. The irony is that the less you take care of your body, the lower your energy levels and productivity. It’s like a vicious cycle. However, I’ve put together this workout session which is not only effective, but also efficient. There will be no need for you to spend a long time exercising to get the results that you need. Additionally, you won’t need to go to a gym to get the most out of this workout. In fact, there is very little equipment needed to perform this exercise routine. Those long days at the gym on top of a cardio machine to lose fat are way gone. In fact, research has shown that one of the most effective and efficient ways to lose fat is through interval training. Instead of spending a long time during cardio, you can perform higher quality work with less time and with better results. Overall, this workout will allow you to achieve the results you are looking for in less time. Therefore, you can have more time to enjoy your personal life. In the following exercise session, you’ll be doing exercises in ‘supersets’. That is, you’ll be doing back to back exercises, as indicated in the workout program, with no resting time between them. Every time you’ve completed your ‘superset’ you can take a short 30 to 45 second break between sets. For example, if you look at the STRENGTH section, you will do a set split squats, rest briefly, push ups, rest briefly, and finish it with squats to row. You will take that 30 to 45 second break after performing this exercises back to back. When done with all of your sets, you will then proceed to the next highlighted ‘supersets’ on the STRENGTH section (that is, squats to single arm press, rest briefly, and dips). This approach of alternating exercises will help you minimize the amount of time you need to spend working out, while you maximize the benefits of your training session. Combining exercises that require two distinct movements allows for different muscle groups to work much more effectively. As a consequence, your movements will be of higher quality and the alternating of exercises with little rest in between will help boost your metabolism.

Benefits:
• • • • • • • • • • • • Correcet & improve running mechanics, balance, and coordination Improved speed, power, strength and overall fitness Enhanced sports performance Achieve body posture Improved mobility, stability, and overall strength Regeneration techniques to aid muscle recovery Get motivated to maintain an active lifestyle Body fat loss Resistance bands Bench Dummbells (optional) Foam Roller Stretch Rope

Equipment Needed:

The Workout:
Do this full-body workout two to three times a week. Feel free to combine this workout with another one of the ‘Performance for Life’ workouts. Make sure you give yourself a day of rest in between workouts at a minimum. You can do a training session in back to back days, but no longer than that.

Duration:
40 to 50 minutes.

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MOVEMENT PREP Sets Exercise 1 Hip Twist 1 Scorpion Alternating Glute & Hamstring 1 Stretch 1 Alternating Hamstring Stretch 1 Lunge & Lateral Flexion 1 Handwalks 1 Elbow to Instep Stretch PREHAB Exercise Y,T,W Superman Sidelying Adduction Hip Rotation Hip Lift Quad Circles Exercise Split Squat Push Ups Squat to Row Squat to Single Arm Press Dips Split Stance Press Single Leg Squat Sets 1 1 1 1 1 1 STRENGTH Sets 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Reps 10 each 10 each 10 each 10 each 5 each 5 5 each

Reps 10 10 10 10 each 10 each 10 each

Reps 10 each 10 each 10 each 10 each 5 each 5 5 each

ENERGY SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT Total Active Work Bouts Exercise Time Rest Running, bike, elliptical, treadmill, 14' 1' 1' 7 etc. You will do 14 to 18 minute intervals by choosing any modality you would prefer. Work for 60 seconds at your perceived effort level of 7-8 out of 10. Once the 60 seconds is up, proceed to your active rest for another 60 seconds at about a 3-4 out of 10 effort level. Continue this work to rest ratio (1:1) for the prescribed amount of time for about 7 to 9 bouts. REVITALIZATION Exercise
Foam roller & stretch rope
Use these tools after you are done with your workout to help expdedite your body's recovery process. You can either use them for time (30 seconds to a minute) or for a number of repetitions (8 to 12).

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MOVEMENT PREP: EXERCISE DESCRIPTIONS
HIP TWIST
STARTING POINT: Lie on your back with your arms extended out, your knees bent, and your feet flat on the ground. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Rotate your knees to the left until they reach the floor, and then rotate again towards the right. Continue for the prescribed number of repetitions. FOCUS: Maintain your belly drawn in or “tight”, your shoulders on the ground, your knees together, and your stomach tight. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A stretch and tension on your midsection area. VARIATIONS: Same starting point with the exception of starting with your hips and knees at a 90 degree angle. Proceed by following the same movement execution keys.

SCORPION
STARTING POINT: Lie face down with your arms extended out, your legs together and straight, and your toes touching the floor. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Bring your left leg up towards your right arm by activating your glutes (left side of your rear end). Bring your leg back to the starting position. Continue the exercise by alternating with the opposite leg towards the left arm. FOCUS: Maintain your belly drawn in or “tight”, your shoulders on the ground, your knees together, and your stomach tight. Keep the non-moving leg straight and fire the glute muscles of the active leg. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A degree of tension on quads and a stretch on your hamstrings of the active leg. Also, a stretch and tension on your midsection area.

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ALTERNATING GLUTE & HAMSTRING STRETCH
STARTING POINT: Lie facing up. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Bring one knee towards your chest and use both hands to ‘hug’ the knee. Hold this stretch for one second and return to starting position. Repeat the movement on the other side and continue alternate between left and right leg for the prescribed amount of repetitions. FOCUS: Keep your torso tight and make sure your back is touching the ground at all times. Keep the non-stretching leg straight and avoid bending the hip. Also, keep the non-stretching leg from rotating our (your foot should be pointing up the whole time). YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A degree of tension on your gluteal area and hamstrings.

ALTERNATING HAMSTRING STRETCH
STARTING POINT: Lie facing up. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: While keeping your leg straight, bring one leg towards your chest and use both hands to ‘hug’ the back of the knee. Hold this stretch for one second and return to starting position. Repeat the movement on the other side and continue alternate between left and right leg for the prescribed amount of repetitions. FOCUS: Keep your torso tight and make sure your back is touching the ground at all times. Keep the non-stretching leg straight and avoid bending the hip. Also, keep the non-stretching leg from rotating our (your foot should be pointing up the whole time). YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A degree of tension on your hamstrings.

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LUNGE & LATERAL FLEXION
STARTING POINT: Stand upright and then go into a split stance or lunge position without letting your right knee touch the ground or letting your left knee go past the toes. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Upon reaching a lunge position with your left leg and maintaining your balance, raise your right arm and reach directly over your head (towards the left side). Continue the exercise for the prescribed number of times. FOCUS: Keeping your abdomen and glutes tight. Keep your abdomen tight and hold your balance. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A strengthening of glutes and torso. Stretching of your obliques and lengthening of the right hip flexor.

HANDWALKS
STARTING POINT: Place both hands on the ground and keep feet straight. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Start “walking” your hands out without moving your feet until you get close to a horizontal position. Then, start taking baby steps without bending your knees until you reach the starting position. Continue the exercise for the prescribed number of times. FOCUS: Maintain your belly drawn and shoulders stable. Keep your legs straight throughout the exercise. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A strengthening of your shoulders and torso while you stabilize. A lengthening of your hamstrings and calves.

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ELBOW TO INSTEP STRETCH
STARTING POINT: Leaning forward in a lunge position & back straight. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Place left hand on the floor and the right elbow inside your right knee. As you hold this position, keep your back flat and chest up. Hold this position for a couple of seconds. Proceed to placing the right arm outside of your right foot and hold for two seconds (keep your back leg straight by squeezing your glutes as you hold this position). Continue the exercise by keeping both arms on the ground, dropping your hips back, extending the front leg, and keeping the back leg straight. Hold this position for a couple of seconds. Return to the starting position and repeat the same movement on the opposite side. Continue the exercise for the prescribed number of times. FOCUS: Do not let your back round and keep your chest up. Maintain your glutes tight and your back knee straight and off the ground. Also, keep your torso tight. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A stretching on the hip flexors, hamstrings, and glutes.

Performance for Life Mindset:
Up to now, our lives have been an accumulation of our thoughts. As a consequence of our thoughts, we have in turn created our daily habits. Are there habits in your life that are keeping you away from achieving your dream? If so, they have to go the same way that you created them in the first place…through your thoughts. What are you thinking about throughout the day? It is believed that people have as little as 2,000 thoughts per day to as much as 70,000. Therefore, if the majority of your thoughts are negative, which in most cases it is believed that they are, then no wonder why we accumulate bad habits throughout our lives. Start monitoring the way you think about yourself and your self-talk, and figure out what types of changes you can make to nurture positive habits in your life.

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PREHAB: EXERCISE DESCRIPTIONS
Y, T, W
STARTING POINT: Lie down facing the floor. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Y: With your arms extended out in a Y shape, begin raising your arms towards the sky by sliding your shoulder blades in (or squeezing them together). As you raise your arms, your elbows will be in level with your face. Return to the starting position and continue this movement for the assigned number of reps. T: With your arms extended out in a T shape, begin raising your arms towards the sky by sliding your shoulder blades in (or squeezing them together). As you raise your arms, your elbows will be in level with your face. Return to the starting position and continue this movement for the assigned number of reps. W: With your arms extended out in a W shape (elbows in and thumbs out and slightly rotated out); begin raising your arms towards the sky by sliding your shoulder blades in (or squeezing them together). As you raise your arms, your elbows will be in level with your face. Return to the starting position and continue this movement for the assigned number of repetitions. FOCUS: On performing slow controlled motions and thumbs pointing up. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: An increase of tension in shoulders and scapula.

SUPERMAN
STARTING POINT: Lie on the ground facing down. Head up and arms fully extended in a Y shape with thumbs pointing up. Legs fully extended shoulder width apart with feet dorsi-flexed. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: At the same time lift arms, torso, and knees off the ground. Leaving only hips on the ground. Come down and repeat the same movement for the assigned repetitions. FOCUS: Maintain your belly drawn in or “tight”, arms and legs fully extended and head always up. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A degree of tension on your lower back, glutes and hamstrings.

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SIDELYING ADDUCTION
STARTING POINT: Lie on your side. Forearm on ground supporting the torso off the ground. Bottom leg fully extended on the ground up leg over and in front the bottom leg with knee bent. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Lift bottom leg up and down without touching the ground for the assigned number of reps. FOCUS: Maintain your belly drawn in and feel dorsi-flexed. Perform slow controlled movements. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A degree of tension in hip, adductor muscles and glutes.

HIP ROTATION
STARTING POINT: Lie in your side with your knees bent at 90o and use your forearm to maintain your torso off the ground. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Externally rotate the hip that is on top of the other without separating your feet. Then bring it down and continue the same movement for the assigned repetitions. FOCUS: Maintain a stable hip; keep feet together a belly tucked in. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A degree of tension in the hip region.

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HIP LIFT
STARTING POINT: o Lying down & facing up. Knees bent at 90 and feet dorsi-flexed and toes off the ground. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Bring one leg up to chest and grab right below the knee. Then lift hip off the ground while keeping the other heel on the ground. Repeat for the assigned number of reps and alternate legs. FOCUS: Perform slow controlled movements and maintain belle tucked in. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A degree of tension in glutes, lower back and hamstrings.

QUAD CIRCLES
STARTING POINT: Hands and knees on the ground. Arms fully extended, feet dorsi-flexed and knees bent. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Lift one knee off the ground and begin raising the leg up towards the sky (abduct your hip). Proceed to extending your leg back and keeping your foot dorsiflexed. Keep your knee fully extended as you reach back. Then, without bringing the knee down to the floor, begin tucking your knee in towards the starting position. Perform the assigned number of repetition. FOCUS: Maintain belly tucked in and back straight at all times. Slow controlled movements. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: Small tension on hip, Quads, hamstrings, and glutes.

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STRENGTH: EXERCISE DESCRIPTIONS
SPLIT SQUAT
STARTING POINT: Split stance position with one leg behind the other similar to a lunge. Hands on hip. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: o In place bring the back leg down about 6 inches from the ground. At the same time bend the front leg to about 90 . Stand back up and perform the assigned reps. FOCUS: Keeping a straight back and chest up. Don’t allow back leg to touch the ground and the front knee to go pass toes. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: An increase of stress on quads, glutes and hamstrings.

PUSH UPS
STARTING POINT: Your body will be off the ground and facing down with both feet and hands on the floor. Make sure you keep a straight line that runs from your shoulders all the way to your ankles (as shown on the picture). MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Start lowering your body without letting it touch the ground. Until your elbows reach a 90 degree angle, initiate your movement to your starting position. Continue for the prescribed number of repetitions. FOCUS: Maintain your body in a straight line. Keep your stomach drawn in. Do not touch the floor with your knees or chest. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A workout on your arms, midsection area, and especially on your chest. VARIATIONS: (Easier version) With the exception of your knees touching the floor, you will do the exercise with similar execution keys as the regular push up.

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SQUAT TO ROW
STARTING POINT: Standing upright and holding the resistance cables on both hands 3-5 feet away. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: As you are squatting, you will reach forward by extending your arms. When you have reached a full squat position, you’ll then initiate your movement towards the starting position. As you are moving up, your arms will pull the cables back and just below your chest line. Repeat the movement for the prescribed number of repetitions. FOCUS: Make sure you keep your back flat and feet on the floor as you are squatting and reaching with your arms forward. Perform a slow and controlled movement on the way down. Proceed with a fast cable pulling motion as you are making your way to the starting point. Engage your abdomen by drawing in your stomach. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A workout on your back, arms, and legs.

SQUAT TO SINGLE ARM PRESS
STARTING POINT: Standing upright and holding the resistance cables on both hands 3-5 feet away. Face away from the cables. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: As you are squatting, you will stabilize both cables right next to your chest. When you have reached a half squat position, you’ll then initiate your movement towards the starting position. As you are moving up, one arm will push the cable forward by extending the elbow. As you perform the movement on one side, hold the other arm next to your body. Repeat the movement for the prescribed number of repetitions. FOCUS: Make sure you keep your back flat and feet on the floor as you are squatting. Perform a slow and controlled movement on the way down. Proceed with a fast cable pushing motion as you are making your way up. Engage your abdomen by drawing in your stomach. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A workout on your back, arms, and legs.

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DIPS
STARTING POINT: Both hands on top of a bench or platform with arms fully extended and chest up. Feet on the floor with legs fully extended. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Lower your hips in a slow and controlled fashion until your elbows reach a 90 degree angle. Then, proceed to lifting your body up quickly towards the starting position. Continue this movement for the prescribed amount of time. FOCUS: Keep your chest up and legs extended in front of you. Keep your arms stable throughout the movement. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A workout on your triceps and hamstrings. VARIATIONS: Keep one leg off the ground throughout the movement.

SPLIT STANCE PRESS
STARTING POINT: Standing with one leg forward (split stance) with both hands holding a handle on each side. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Lower your hips by bending the front leg and without touching the floor with the back leg. Hold this position until the exercise is done. Then, initiate the pushing movement with your arms by extending your arms in front of you. Come back to the starting position and continue the movement for the prescribed number of repetitions. FOCUS: Keep an upward posture and don’t let your front knee go past your toes. Keep your balance throughout the movement. Do not arch your back or rock your body in an attempt to pull harder. Keep your stomach tight and drawn in. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A workout on your chest and legs.

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SINGLE LEG SQUAT
STARTING POINT: Standing on one leg in front of bench a few inches away. MOVEMENT EXECUTION KEYS: Perform a Single Leg Squat down until your glutes touch the bench. Come back up and repeat sequence on same leg for the assigned number of reps and then switch to other leg. FOCUS: Keep a straight back and chest up while performing the squat. Maintain good balance and a stable body. YOU WILL EXPERIENCE: A degree of tension in quads, hamstrings, glutes and core. VARIATION: If bench is too low, you may place a foam roller or a padding to facilitate the exercise. Don’t make it too high; it will beat the purpose of the exercise. Also, you can hold dumbbells on your hands as you perform this exercise.

Performance for Life Mindset:
Never settle for less than your full potential. You are here for a reason. There is greatness in you. Anybody can tell you this, but unless you truly believe this to be true about you, this will not be your reality. Therefore, when things get hard, don’t stop pursuing that which you truly want for your life. Being perseverant is one of the greatest keys for success. Any human who has achieved great things has truly persevered into accomplish those things he/she truly believed in. The journey to success is not a race, it is a marathon. It is about enduring through the low and high points in life towards the most desired goals. It is truly lonely at the top because so many give up on their way up. However, it is he who is able to last through the great challenges in life which will reap the great rewards of their success.

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REVITALIZATION EXERCISE ILLUSTRATIONS
FOAM ROLLER

STRETCH ROPE

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Constant & Never Ending Improvement
Being your performance coach through this workout has been my gratification. It is my hope that you continue in the path for a healthier lifestyle and that you keep on “moving & inspiring” others. If you are one of the many that enjoyed this program, please spread the word about this training system. Sincerely,

Giber Becerra, CSCS Author, Performance for Life

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What’s the buzz about ‘Performance for Life’
"Performance for Life (P4L) has given me the opportunity to utilize the strength that I already have and transfer it to speed and explosiveness that I need in the game. P4L has helped me a lot going from the high school level soccer to college soccer because it has gotten me prepared strength-wise and explosive-wise for the type and speed of the game that will be played at college soccer."

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"Performance for Life helped me make the leap from good to great athlete. I recommend this company to anyone who's serious about their athletic career."

Josh Hansen, 28. Puerto Rico Isalnders
"Training with Giber has been a great experience. P4L has been an excellent resource for me to perform at my highest level in my college soccer seasons. I have been part of their training sessions for years now and every time I learn something new that has helped me later in my season. Thanks a lot Sports Performance Republic."

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“Performance for Life has changed the way I perform my workout. I have improved myself in more ways than one. Thank you Giber for all your dedication to my improvement, it has made all the difference."

Dusan Radisavljevic, 25. Grand Canyon University Men’s Soccer
I’m extremely grateful you have taken the time to go over this workout. Just let me know if there is anything I can do to help you in your journey to a better you.

Giber Becerra, CSCS Author, ‘Performance for Life’

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