Sports—particularly team sports—demand that athletes create force in a variety of planes with asymmetrical forces. Traditional training methods that lean heavily on bilateral lifts and linear plane movements often don’t meet these demands. Coach Erik Treske presents several methods that use asymmetric training and variable loading to prepare athletes to excel in their given sport.
About Eric Treske
Eric Treske has been the Offensive Coordinator and Strength & Conditioning Coordinator at Lakeland University since 2015. In that time, Lakeland has made the NCAA playoffs and led the NACC in total offense three times. In 2017, Lakeland broke the D3 record for total yards per game (ypg) in the regular season with 576.2 ypg and was also fifth in the nation for scoring (46.5 points per game), sixth in passing (330.4 ypg), and 21st in rushing (245.8 ypg, 6.4 yards per carry). Prior to Lakeland, Eric was at Wisconsin Lutheran College as Special Teams Coordinator, WR coach, and Strength & Conditioning Coordinator. In his time at WLC, the Warriors claimed a share of their first and only conference title and his special team units finished in the top 5 in both blocked kicks and punts.