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Height: 6’ 2”
Carson Boddicker is president and founder of Boddicker Performance, a company based in Flagstaff, Arizona with a focus on improving performance in all athletic endeavours with a special interest in middle and long distance running. Carson?s experience in performance enhancement stemmed from personal interest in his own performance that soon earned the attention of his teammates and competitors. A recurring injury in 2004 and 2005 served as his impetus to further enhance his knowledge of the human body as a functional unit and various protocols to optimize the five biomotor abilities?speed, strength, skill, stamina, and suppleness?off of which he bases his program design. Carson took on his first client in 2005 and has since worked with clients with a range of abilities from neophyte to national champion. His passion for teaching and giving back to the sport of track and field, which has been instrumental in his life, has led him to volunteer at numerous youth track and field camps. Carson is a USAW Certified Club Coach and has spent a great deal of time coaching and perfecting the Olympic Lifts. He has also spent considerable time mastering the methodologies and coaching at Athletes? Performance, the premier sport performance enhancement facility in the world. Carson has an insatiable appetite for education and is currently pursuing a double major at Northern Arizona University in Biomedical Science and Exercise Science, while also seeking an education in soft tissue therapy. Following graduation, he plans to become a doctor of physical therapy. In his time away from away from Boddicker Performance, Carson competes in the middle distances for NAU. He has been involved in the sport seriously for four years and remains dedicated to reaching higher levels of performance, while simultaneously testing his training theory. Though well versed in numerous areas of performance enhancement, Carson specializes in helping runners to personal bests by integrating numerous modes of fitness development?energy systems work, strength training, and prophylactic exercise among others?to develop an athlete?s body as a complete, powerful, functional unit.