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Athletek Training Systems: Life and Times of Dr. Dale Bartek

Athletek Training Systems: Life and Times of Dr. Dale Bartek

In this special bonus podcast, Manny and L.A. sit down with Dr. Dale Bartek, co-founder of Athletek Training Systems, an up and coming fitness company designed to improve your performance on and off the field.

Dr. Dale Bartek, the co-founder of Athletek Training Systems, played baseball for most of his life. He played College baseball in Piedmont College in Georgia at a time where the team was nationally ranked.

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Things didn’t come easy for Dr. Dale, who admits that he was an undersized player. It is precisely because of this that he and his brother, Dave Bartek, turned to strength training. This, in turn eventually led Dr. Dale to become a physical therapist.

After finding a passion for strength training and physical therapy, Dr. Dale worked hard to get his doctorate in the field. In 2016, Dr. Dale earned his doctorate from the University of St. Augustine.

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In this episode, we also discuss a range of topics, like:

  • Why the increase in Tommy John Surgeries?
  • What is “dead arm?”
  • What are the benefits (or side effects) of using weighted balls?

And more!

Check out Athletek Training Systems for more information and make sure to follow them on Instagram.

S2B6 was produced & edited by Manny and L.A.

Music for ALL episodes by VM VargaRapternal Music by Notty Productions

ALL artwork on this site and for the Pod is by Luigi Gomez

Having grown up in Washington Heights, a small Dominican neighborhood just one mile away from Yankee Stadium, Manny is a life-long Yankees fan. He began pursuing his passion for writing about baseball in March 2018 when he co-founded a small baseball media company called Welcome to THE SHOW. Manny is also a contributor at Call to the Pen. Follow Manny on twitter @MannyGo3.

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