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Mike Young
Works at Human Performance Consulting
Attended Louisiana State University
Lives in Cary, NC
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My latest blog post explores the relationship between speed and maximal strength development.
The relationship between strength and speed is often misunderstood and debates on whether increases in strength result in improvements in speed are often very polarizing. Both sides can often cite cas...
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My interview on STT. 
I recently did an interview for Smarter Team Training that I wanted to share with readers of ELITETRACK. In the interview I discuss a general overview on my approaches to strength training and speed d...
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After my last post about the NFL combine, I had several requests to write about how I coach people to run the 40 yard dash. That's a pretty common request which I actually did a couple years back. So ...
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Education
  • Louisiana State University
    Kinesiology, 2001 - 2009
  • Ohio University
    Coaching Science, 2000 - 2001
  • Ohio University
    Exercise Physiology, 1998 - 2000
  • Canisius College
    Biology, 1995 - 1998
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  • Human Performance Consulting
    Owner, 2002 - present
  • Athletic Lab
    Owner / Director of Sport Performance, 2009 - present
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Cary, NC
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Vancouver, BC, Canada - Baton Rouge, LA - New York, NY
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I had a terrible experience with Crossroads Infiniti South characterized by repeated failures that have wasted my time, caused me significant frustration and damaged my credit score (hopefully temporarily). I leased my vehicle from an Infiniti dealership in Seattle, WA. That was one of the better car purchase experiences I've had. When I moved to NC in January 2014, I began having my vehicle serviced at Crossroads for the remaining 9 months of my lease. Overall that service was good and the facility was impressive. But when I went to turn in my lease things went SHARPLY South. My lease expired on January 5th, 2015. I turned in the car on January 1 with a clean inspection and slightly under my allotted miles. Despite having scheduled my turn-in appointment, I waited 40 minutes to see a customer service rep who could handle my lease trade-in. Strike 1. When I finally did see a person they told me their computer system was down but that I could turn it in 'the old fashioned way' and do everything via paper. Having wasted 40 minutes already I was eager to leave so I thought it would be no big deal and signed the paperwork, and handed over the keys and car. Flash forward 4 weeks and I receive a bill in the mail stating that I need to make monthly payments on the car that I'd turned in early. I didn't know what this was about so I called the financing company. After wasting 30 minutes on the phone, they told me that the car had never been recorded as being turned in and they were charging me as if I still had it in my possession. Strike2. I assured them this wasn't the case but they needed to hear it from the dealer. After another 30 minute call (Strike 3), I was able to get them to reach out to the dealership who did verbally verify that the car had been turned in via a conference call and assured me and the rep with Infiniti finance services they were going to send over an odometer statement (this is the proof necessary to show that the car was turned in). The dealership flat out said everything would be taken care of and apologized for their mistake. I assumed all was well. I was wrong. Flash forward ANOTHER 3 weeks and I receive a report from my credit monitoring service saying my credit score had dropped 70 points! WTF I thought. After some research I find that I was having my credit dinged because of delinquent payments on the car that I had turned in. Strike 4. After another call to Infiniti finance services they said they'd take care of things by getting in contact with the dealer and get back to me within the hour. 8 hours passed and I hadn't heard so I contacted Infiniiti finance services again. This was another long call (almost 45 minutes) where I spoke with a manager who left another message at the dealership asking them to take care of their ISH and turn in the odometer statement so they could remove the delinquency. Still no response. Strike 5. So I call Crossroads Infiniti South and leave a message saying this needs to be addressed ASAP as I've 3 hours of my life waiting on this incompetent dealership and they've still yet to do their one simple job. Meanwhile the bill remains in delinquency and the turn-in process that should have taken 10 minutes and been completely painless has wasted a ton of time and caused much frustration. We are in the market to replace my wife's car and were considering an Infiniti Q50 but after this debacle I would NEVER consider using this dealership for ANYTHING.
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