Richard Boergers is a certified athletic trainer (ATC) through the National Athletic Training Association (NATA) and earned a doctorate degree from Seton Hall University in Health Science with a concentration in Movement Science. He has had research published multiple times in Journal of Athletic Training, International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training, Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapy and Athletic Training and Sports Health Care. Boergers is a long-time competitive endurance athlete and has completed well over 75 races ranging from marathons, half marathons, open water swims, every distance of triathlon including 2 IRONMAN and over 10 IRONMAN 70.3 races.Angelo Gingerelli has worked in the strength & conditioning field for almost 20 years in the collegiate, professional and private setting. The majority of his time in the field as been spent at Seton Hall University (Big East Conference) as a Strength & Conditioning Coach and Adjunct Professor. Gingerelli started his career after competing in both Powerlifting and Olympic Weightlifting before transitioning into marathon running in his early thirties. This unique athletic background combined with years of practical application training collegiate swimmers and runners makes Gingerelli an anomaly in most Strength & Conditioning circles.