Welcome to EricBachPerformance!

Are you ready to maximize your gains in strength, muscle, and athleticism?

Hi, I’m Eric Bach, and I’m here to help you dominate the playing field, improve your strength, and look damn good doing it!

  • Are you an athlete battling the rigorous nature of preparing and performing through a competitive sports season.
  • Are you busy professional struggling to maintain top physical shape, function, and athleticism.
  • Time is your most precious asset and your time to improve your body is limited, I’m here to optimize it.

In creating this site I refused to create another average, joe-blow fitness site that gives you half-assed regurgitated information. Instead, I use time tried scientifically proven methods and practices to give you superhuman gains in your athletic performance, strength, and body composition in minimal time.

No more wasted time in the gym, just maximum results.

Client Testimonials

Bevan, SCADA Advisor

Eric is a very knowledgeable strength and conditioning coach. His knowledge and experience is multifaceted, as it extends into all areas of health and fitness. He is very committed, in other words, it isn’t just the service you get during a training session, but rather, is ongoing service and support with questions regarding fitness, nutrition, etc. In addition, he also has various information sources available e.g., his blog and a number of published articles. I would definitely recommend Eric!

-Bevan Cox, SCADA Advisor

Craig Pic   Eric did a fantastic job taking charge of the strength and conditioning program while at UW-Eau Claire. Eric was very detail oriented and tailored all of our workouts to be specific to our sport (wrestling). Eric even took   the time and effort to design specific workouts for me as I began my MMA career. My strength, agility, and flexibility have all increased dramatically due to the workouts Eric provided me with. It was a true privilege to have Eric as my strength and conditioning coach while at UW-Eau Claire and I would highly recommend him to any coach/athlete looking to improve their team/themselves in the area of strength, agility, and flexibility.

– Craig Eckelberg, HR at Harley Davidson Motor Company, former NCAA athlete and team captain

About Me:

My passion for athletics and self-improvement lead me to earn my Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology with an Emphasis in Sports Performance. In addition I am a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the NSCA, and a Precision Nutrition Certified Coach (PN1) As an author and researcher I have been featured in Elitefts, ACE, and JUKR. I reside in Denver, Colorado with my smokin’ hot girlfriend Lauren and my Golden Retriever Rocky Balboa where I crush deadlifts and barbeque. 

Lolo and I in Vegas

Lolo and I in Vegas

10 responses »

  1. Jeff Janot says:

    Hey Eric,
    Just poking around the blog, reading some of your thoughts, and making sure you are keeping it real (and myth-free as always!). Saw your ACE article the other day. Very impressed. I passed it along to Peg to use in the 357 class. Hope all is well.

    Dr J

  2. herbivorousgeek says:

    Hi 🙂 Thankyou for visiting 🙂

  3. Mike Marino says:

    This is awesome and what all trainers need to be doing!

  4. Len says:

    Hey, tried that sadistic deadlift and ended up doing 50 in 10:43 (yeah, just didn’t feel like doing that last minute). Thoughts? I’m thinking next time just go heavier.

  5. Len says:

    oops, the 335 was 3 sets of 3 reps, and the 225 was 3 sets of 5 reps.

    • I’m sure you are much stronger than 435 the way you destroyed 60% 1-Rm and the fatigue from squats before the deads. How do you periodize your deadlifts in training?
      If performing the Sadiv sets I would increase your % used, try out 70% and go from there.

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