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So far Andrew Fitzgerald has created 9 blog entries.

Remembering the “Student” in “Student Athlete”

By |September 27th, 2015|News|

With school starting, it’s essential to start the year off right. Athletic talent can certainly open doors for academic opportunities, but being a “student” is a critical part of being a “student athlete”. There are more than 460,000 NCAA student athletes – fewer than 2% will go pro in their sport. The overwhelming majority of [...]

The Importance of Posture and Athletic Base Stability

By |July 20th, 2015|News|

While working with the great athletes of the New Heights Basketball summer camp, we’ve been stressing a lot about good posture and having a strong athletic base. For the campers, we demonstrated the difference between optimal body position and what looks like a hunched position. They could see the difference in the improvement to guard [...]

Core Strength

By |June 7th, 2015|News|

We all have been trained by social media to obsess over our core. What people typically fail to realize is that your back is part of your core and your core is really the entire middle of your body. Have a habitually tight back? Core strength issues. Crunches and sit ups are not the sole [...]

Creator of Nike Pitch Fit Workout

By |May 29th, 2015|News|

Inspired by the Women’s World Cup commencing in June 2015, Nike is promoting its soccer inspired “Pitch Fit” workouts exclusively for girl’s soccer clubs and consumers in the tri-State area. E3Sports Co-Founder and Director of Performance, Andrew FitzGerald, was selected by Nike to create and curate a functional program design that decreases injury potential and [...]

E3Sports Training Can Help You to a Happy and Healthy 2015

By |January 27th, 2015|News|

As the premier sports performance company with an emphasis on enhancing athletic ability and reducing injury potential, E3Sports continues to research the most effective ways to safely train the human body to maximize performance. E3Sports combines proven training methods with innovative research and technology to maximize personal training and ensure healthy and productive workouts. Our [...]

Better Warm-ups and Exercises Can Help Reduce ACL Injuries for Children

By |November 17th, 2014|News|

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia uncovered recent data showing a 400% increase in ACL tears treated at their facility from 1999 to early 2011 increasing 11% annually. This is an alarming fact among children and E3Sports believes it can be dramatically reduced. The culprit of this specific injury is the rise of organized sports and [...]

Is Better Overall Stability Your Goal? Then Know Your Roll!

By |August 24th, 2014|News|

If you have a full round foam roll, then you should pick up one of its cousins: the half foam roll. While the full roll is primarily used for working out the knots in cranky muscles, the half roll is perfect for improving overall stability from the ground up. They come in two sizes: 1-foot [...]

E3Sports Helps Put New York City on the MLB Scouting Map

By |April 21st, 2014|News|

One of the teams E3Sports works closely with is The New York Grays Baseball Club. The NY Grays were interested in professional performance training for their athletes at the highest level. They asked E3Sports to educate their athletes utilizing both our custom designed Injury Prevention and Athletic Development programs. Each age group participates in a [...]

Inception of E3Sports

By |January 1st, 2014|News|

My name is Andrew FitzGerald and I am the Co-Founder of E3Sports. Back in 2005, I saw a growing need for education, training, and lifestyle behavior modification among student-athletes in New York City. While brainstorming ideas with a personal training client and future business partner (Andrei Lloyd), we agreed many could benefit from injury prevention [...]