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  • 01October

    SiSu Welcomes Andrew Moen!

    SiSu Systems announces a new team member, Andrew Moen. Coach Moen completed his undergraduate degree in Health and Human Performance with a minor in coaching from the  University of Wisconsin-River Falls. He has previous experience working with Division-III athletic teams as well as with Catalyst Sports Medicine in Hudson, WI. Welcome Coach Moen!

  • 30August

    SiSu Welcomes Corey Sigler!

    SiSu Systems is excited to announce a new team member, Corey Sigler. Coach Sigler earned a degree in Kinesiology from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. He completed an internship at Marquette University and lead the Strength and Conditioning program at White Bear Lake High School in Minnesota.  Corey received his CSCS certification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and he has earned his USAW-L1SP certification through USA Weightlifting. Welcome Corey!

  • 28June

    EHS Volleyball Now Online!

    Episcopal High School Volleyball has taken their summer training to the next level and is now utilizing SiSu Systems' online technology powered by Student InfoHub. EHS has been a tremendous partner over the years and we are proud to have them on board with our latest version of the System. Good Luck to Coach Kimberly Adams and all her athletes with their summer training!

  • 24August

    SiSu Welcomes Christina Orcino

    SiSu is excited to welcome Christina Orcino to the team! Coach Orcino earned her undergraduate degree from Salisbury University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and obtained a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology from East Carolina University. Christina brings energy and excitment to the SiSu Team. Welcome Christina!

  • 17August

    SiSu Welcomes Mark Highsmith

    SiSu is excited to announce the return of team member, Mark Highsmith, to their coaching staff. Coach Highsmith bring his knowledge, energy and exepertise to the Potomac School as well as Georgetown University. Congratulations, Mark!

  • 13August

    Welcome Regan Quaal!

    SiSu Systems is excited to announce a new team member, Regan Quaal. Coach Quaal will be joining the team for the 2016-17 season. He is a recent graduate of Grand Valley State University. Welcome Regan!

  • 15September

    SiSu Welcomes Alex Badger

    SiSu is excited to announce a new team member, Alex Badger. Coach Badger completed his B.A. from the University of Iowa and was a S&C intern for the Hawkeyes football team. He brings his knowledge and passion for training to Episcopal High School. Welcome Alex!

  • 01September

    SiSu Welcomes Daniel Gaul

    SiSu is excited to announce a new team member, Daniel Gaul. Coach Gaul is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University. He will be sharing is knowledge and passion for training with the student-athletes at the Potomac School. Welcome Daniel!

  • 25August

    Q&A With S&C Coach Brian Hess















    Former SiSu Coach, Brian Hess, was interviewed by the Sam Houston Bearkats. In his interview, he mentions SiSu's own, Augie Maurelli, as "the greatest motivator I will ever know. Augie was able to create relationships with his athletes that ran deeper than the weight room. They would often seek his advice for issues outside of athletics. His athletes were willing to do anything for him whether it was more attention to detail or dig deep during a tough training session."


  • 09April

    Honoring a Legend: Bill Starr

    Some called him Starr-Man, others Poppa, others Crazy...but there was no denying that the coaching tree and disciples of William A. Starr are far and wide.


    For the readers of this that may be of a younger generation, Coach Starr was a throwback – someone that challenged his athletes to perform using power and Olympic movements. He was more about work and effort than the bells and whistles. The results often spoke for themselves. Effort mattered to him more than talent. His philosophy of work "hardening" an athlete may be difficult for athletes in today’s time constrained, uber-organized, technology driven training environment. If you wanted to cheat a rep, that was on you; he didn’t need an intern to count your sets to know if you were getting the job done. Reclusive – absolutely. Controversial-mostly.  Stubborn — an understatement. But to those that knew him, trained with him, studied under him, only one word comes to mind: Legend.

  • 30January

    Set Your 2015 Goals

  • 05January

    SiSu Welcomes Bryan Lube

    SiSu is excited to announce a new team member, E. Bryan Lube. Mr. Lube brings knowledge and exepertise, having completed his Bachelors from Creighton University and a Masters from George Washington University as well as interning at Creighton University, the University of Maryland, and George Washington University. Welcome Bryan!

  • 26September

    Maurelli to Train Delle Donne

    Delle Donne picks SiSu's own, Augie Maurelli, to train her during the off-season

  • 23September

    SiSu Welcomes Dan Black!

    SiSu is excited to announce a new team member, Dan Black. Coach Black brings knowledge and expertise from The University of Maryland and George Washington University. He will support Coach Hoffman at The Maret School in Washington, DC. 

  • 16September

    SiSu Welcomes Chris Clyde!

    SiSu is excited to announce a new Team Member, Chris Clyde. From 2010-2014, Coach Clyde has worked as a strength and conditioning coach for the University of Delaware, Princeton University and most recently for the United States Military Academy athletic department at West Point. Chris brings with him a tremendous amount of knowledge, passion, and expertise, which he will share at The Potomac School in McLean, VA.

  • 11August

    SiSu Welcomes Ben Hoffman!

    SiSu welcomes new team member, Ben Hoffman. Ben is currently a strength and conditioning coach at Georgetown University and joins SiSu as a consultant. He holds the following certifications: SCCC, CSCS, USAW, and FMS. SiSu is excited to have a former NCAA student-athlete as well as passionate strength & conditioning coach join their team.

  • 31July

    The Athlete's Plate

    Tips for Maximum Performance!

  • 24July

    SiSu Welcomes Matthew Falkenham

    SiSu is excited to announce a new team member, Matthew Falkenham. Mr. Falkenham brings knowledge and exepertise, having completed both his Bachelors and Masters from George Washington University as well as interning at GW and Georgetown University. 

  • 13June

    Let Our System Work for You!

  • 27May

    SiSu Welcomes Cheryl Cox

    SiSu is excited to announce a new team member, Cheryl Cox. Ms. Cox brings a strong energy, knowledge, and passion for coaching. She will lead all strength & conditioning at the Maret School in Washington, DC.  

  • 11April

    2014 Villanova Strength & Conditioning Clinic

    The 2014 Villanova Strength & Conditioning Clinic will once again feature top notch Strength & Conditioning Coaches who will not only be presenting on how they make their programs so successful, but demonstrating some of the key components that help them stay on top!


    This year’s presenters include:


    > Jeremy Scott, Temple Football – “The Off-season Training Program of Temple Football”


    > John Shackleton, Villanova Basketball – “Off-season Jump Training”


    > Mike Hill, Georgetown Basketball- “Full Year Training Concepts and Defensive Skills Training with Georgetown Basketball”


    > Adam Feit, Reach Your Potential Training, Inc– “Speed and Agility Training for the Non-Track Athlete”


    So, come join us on Saturday May 3rd, 2014 on the beautiful campus of Villanova University and take YOUR program to the next level!



  • 19February

    Maurelli Interviewed for Hibbert Article

    Some of you might miss the articles in Sports Illustrated this month with all of the swimsuits, but make a point not to! SiSu's own, Augie Maurelli, was interviewed for the article on Roy Hibbert.

  • 02February

    An Interview with Augie Maurelli

    Each year the holiday season arrives, and with it, we see many of our friends and colleagues fired. This is the profession that we’ve chosen. As my father said to me, whenever you get a new job, be pr

    epared to get fired and have to find a new one.


    Often, coaches are fired for problems and issues outside of their control. In many cases, we see good coaches fired and replaced by assistants or former assistants. While it’s not fair, we all must be ready to

    be the fired or the hired. This is our reality, so we must ask ourselves, what do we do when we take over? To answer this question, I leaned on two friends of mine (as most of you know, I like to hear others’ voices and learn from them). These friends are Adam Davis from the University of Tulsa and Augie Maurelli from the University of Delaware.


    Read the interview:

  • 03January

    It's Finally 2014! What are Your Resolutions?

    Here are 5 top picks...


    1. Sleep More. Even an extra hour a night will increase your alertness and reaction time.


     2. Eat 5 A Day. Extra fruits and veggies will help boost your immune system and decrease inflammation.


    3. Stay Hydrated. Carry a water bottle and drink fluids with all meals and snacks.


    4. Limit (or better yet, omit) Alcohol. It might seem fun at the time, but your training and physique will suffer.


    5. Cut the Crap. This could be the processed/fast food you eat too frequently or the numerous excuses for why you don’t meet your full athletic potential.


    Whatever your resolution, commit to it by writing it down somewhere you will see it daily. Set reminders in your phone, post-its on your bathroom mirror, or motivational quotes on your fridge.

  • 30August

    SiSu Welcomes New Team Members

    Dave Terry and Mario Pilato recently joined the SiSu Team. Mr. Terry will be coaching at Episcopal High School and Mr. Pilato at the Potomac School. Both individuals bring enegy, knowledge, and a love of training to the team.