Before Covid-19 = Commercial Gym
After Covid-19 = My Home Gym
STILL ABLE TO DO EVERYTHING!
(except sprints and med ball throws in the winter)
Welcome to ThurmanHendrix.com
Thurman Hendrix, M.A., C.S.C.S.
Performance Enhancement Coach to middle school, high school, collegiate, and professional athletes of most sports
Master's Degree in Exercise Science
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the
National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
Creator of the website www.60yarddash.com and author of the book:
60 Yard Dash Secrets
Public speaker and consultant to numerous high schools, colleges/universities, and organizations
Author of numerous training articles
Offered a position as a strength and conditioning coach with the Chicago White Sox
Click here to learn more about my training philosophy, and to understand which aspects of performance enhancement that I am (and am not) qualified for.
Former minor league baseball player
Collegiate Conference MVP - Northern Illinois-Iowa Conference - 1999
Elected into the Athletic Hall of Fame at Concordia University Chicago - 2014
High School Conference MVP - Chicago Catholic League - 1995
On Fenwick High School's Wall of Fame as an All-State Baseball Player - 1995
Brother (Kevin) is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) and Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC). He is a regional manager for AthletiCo Physical Therapy.
Sister-in-law (Jackie) is also a DPT and is the assistant manager of the Athletico Physical Therapy clinic in Schaumburg, IL. In other words, Kevin and Jackie deal mainly with injured athletes, whereas I work with healthly athletes looking to get quicker, faster, stronger, etc.
The detail and ability to which Thurman breaks down the 60 yard dash is unreal and his thoughts with regards to the baseball start are as simple as can be. No doubt he is the best 60 Yard dash guy in the country!
Director of Baseball Performance Training
Institute of Human Performance - Boca Raton, FL
Has worked with the likes of Yoenis Cespedes, Miguel Tejada, Ramon Hernandez, and Anibal Sanchez.