Strength & Conditioning Coach | Tim Morrill, M.A. CSCS

Welcome to Morrill Performance

As one of the premier coaches in the fields of speed & agility, strength & conditioning, health, fitness and movement, Tim Morrill coaches teams and individuals on a variety of curriculums. Morrill Performance works locally in the Boston area as well as around the globe under the MP international consulting template.

After finishing his Masters in Exercise Science, Tim founded Morrill Performance in 2011 as a platform in which to share his knowledge through writing, video, clinics, and seminars. Morrill Performance is relentless in its pursuit to developing its athletes to the fullest of their potential in speed, strength, power and efficiency of movement. As much as Morrill Performance is known for their direct results, it is equally known for maintaining excellence, passion and integrity in all of its endeavors.

Passion Breeds Excellence.

5 thoughts on “Strength & Conditioning Coach | Tim Morrill, M.A. CSCS

  1. Hey Mr. Tim, it’s Tristyn from Yulee High School, the freshman. Are you going to put up that video of me jumping?

  2. Hey Tim,
    I’ve been doing a vertical jump program called “Vertical Jump Bible” to increase my vert and speed. Have you heard of it? do you think its good?
    do you have any other suggestions?

    • Abe, a lot of vertical jump programs are gimmicks. However, this particular product is legit. It takes a holistic approach and talks about things
      other than plyometrics to increase vertical jump. My other suggestion would be to find a quality Olympic lifting coach and spend a few sessions
      learning the Olympic lifts. The sooner you get your technique down there, the sooner you can add load to the bar, and the sooner you develop
      the capacity to get up. Shoot me an e-mail (morrillperformance@gmail.com), let me know where you are located and i’ll see if I can recommend
      a good Olympic lifts coach. Also, SSPPTV 5 and Increase Your Vertical Video..

    • Andrew, I would chat with a track coach about this, however, from my experience coaching sprinters I can say that the blocking motion with the arms (i.e. big open reach with the palm down) accompanied with a few strong acceleration steps is key. How to train this? Play with the blocks til you find the perfect setting for you, then do 3 sets of 3 starts (10 yards) working to groove the perfect block/ first steps. Initial acceleration is about putting force into the ground, force is developed via strength training, expressing it rapidly is developed via plyometric and power training. Hope this helps!

Clinics

Clinics

SMR, Flexibility, Mobility, Warm Up, Activation, Jumping Mechanics, Speed, Strength, Power Agility, Conditioning. Learn, Apply, Jam.

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Combines

Combines

Objective Data Collection and Athlete Analysis.. Vertical Jump for Power, 40 Yard Dash w/ 10 Split for Speed, Serpentine Agility, 150 Shuttle for Speed Endurance. Where do your athletes stand?

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Explosive Ultimate

Explosive Ultimate

Help your team gets to the next level. Develop your cutting, skying, throwing, speed, agility, lay outs, footwork. Learn about injury prevention, warm up, structuring practices and team work.

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