What's On Tap...

  • April, 2015 Underwater Running During Injury Rehab  
  • April, 2015 Creatine Beyond Brawn Part II - Cognitive Health  
  • May, 2015 Anti-Concussion Symptom Supplement Stacks  

 

What Others Are Saying...

  • " Not only is Sean a great nutritionist, but he's an excellent strength coach. I've coached athletes with him on multiple occasions. The most impressive attributes I've seen in him is his integrity, work ethic, ability to work with athletes and desire to be the best coach possible...."

-Luke Richesson. Head NFL Strength & Conditioning Coach for Denver Broncos

 

Welcome to CasePerformance!

Home of first class health and performance consultations.
Mission Statement
CasePerformance's Mission Statement

Here at CasePerformance we strive to bridge the gap between research and human performance, while acknowledging that the real world results obtained by the athlete/client and coach are the ULTIMATE measure of success.

Knowledge is worthless unless properly applied to your training goals. This pertains to research completed in the gym as well as the lab. Unfortunately, by the time research has been filtered down to the average individual, it has been polluted by manufacturer propaganda, manipulated by those with personal agendas or glossed over by popular media.

At CasePerformance, this nonsense is sidetracked as we bring the research straight to your front door. We provide you with free access to our article database as well as personalized training and nutrition programs that provide results. Furthermore, we teach you how to teach yourself in our Consumer Savvy article section. As you'll see, the only personal agenda you'll find at CasePerformance is the one that starts with you and ends with your success!

Great Archived Articles
Top 10 in 2010
by Sean Casey | 01/01/2011

2010 – The Year in Review at CasePerformance

 
Don't Demonize but Analyze to Find the Perfect Diet for YOU!
by Sean Casey | 10/30/2013

Popular diets are coming and going. What doesn't change though is the fact that everyone will have their own unique response to a given diet. So before you jump on the mass food demonizing bandwagon, add/eliminate foods one at a time from your diet and honestly evaluate your body's response. In other words, be a food "analyzer", not a food basher!

 
High Speed Interval Training for Improved Sport Performance
by Sean Casey | 10/16/2009

ATTENTION Ball, Speed, or Strength Sport Athletes: Quit wasting your time with long, slow 30 minute jogging sessions. Start using High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) to spark your performance.