PARABOLIC HOSTS QUARTERBACK ACADEMY AT SPORTIKA LED BY GARY NOVA AND MIKE BIMONTE
Posted By: Parabolic Performance & Rehab
Parabolic Performance & Rehab, a leading sports performance training and physical therapy practice is hosting the “Parabolic Quarterback Academy” at Sportika in Manalapan, NJ. The 5 week session will be held every Tuesday and Thursday night between May 16th & June 15th from 8-9pm.
Parabolic Performance & Rehab, a leading sports performance training and physical therapy practice and Sportika, a sports training and development facility in Manalapan, New Jersey, announce a partnership that will integrate Parabolic’s service offerings to help Sportika athletes perform at their highest potential.
Posted By: Ryan Dunleavy | Asbury Park Press | March 9, 2016
PISCATAWAY – Quentin Gause's primary measuring stick for the last two weeks was a piece of paper. The two-year starter at outside linebacker printed the testing results for all the NFL Combine participants at his position and used those marks to make sure that his scores Wednesday at Rutgers Pro Day put him in line with the best of the best in the 2016 draft class.
Posted By: Ryan Dunleavy | Asbury Park Press | February 9, 2016
FARMINGDALE – Apparently someone forgot to tell members of the 2015 Rutgers football senior class that their time as teammates is supposed to be over.
Two months after playing their final college game, linebackers Quentin Gause and Steve Longa, running backs Paul James and Sam Bergen, and left tackle Keith Lumpkin still are on the practice field together.
NFL Combine Training Programs Give 2015 Draft Prospects A Shot At Stardom
Posted By: Thomas Barrabi | International Business Times | February 20, 2015
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was a virtual unknown in the weeks and months before the 2008 NFL Scouting Combine. He had the size and arm strength of an NFL quarterback, but a college career with the Delaware Blue Hens of the NCAA’s less-prolific Football Championship Subdivision meant Flacco lacked the name recognition reserved for players from powerhouse schools.
Caldwell Wrestler Bounces Back From Injury, Finds ‘Better’ Version Of Self
Posted By: Eric Kiefer | The Patch | August 3, 2016
CALDWELL, NJ — Caldwell area residents looking for a feel-good sports story can learn something from Dean Caravela.
The James Caldwell High School student had finished in the top eight of his weight class as both a freshman and a sophomore, and was looking forward to his junior year. Recruitment from colleges had begun in earnest. Bucknell, Brown, Columbia and Princeton…all wanted him wrestling at their programs.
Giants' Will Tye ready for 2nd season: 'I'm going to get better every year'
Posted By: James Kratch | NJ Advance Media For NJ.com | July 13, 2016
NORTH CALDWELL -- A year ago, Will Tye was just another un-drafted rookie getting ready to fight for a spot in training camp.
The Giants tight end is approaching this offseason the same way he went about his preparation last summer. But when Tye reports to training camp later this month, there will be a big difference: Everyone will know who he is, and will have high expectations for him.
Ex-Rutgers offensive lineman Keith Lumpkin motivated by NFL Combine snub
Posted By: Dan Duggan | NJ Advance Media For NJ.com | February 23, 2016
FARMINGDALE -- As 53 offensive linemen arrive in Indianapolis on Tuesday for the NFL Scouting Combine, Keith Lumpkin is 700 miles away training at Parabolic Performance & Rehab in Farmingdale.
The Combine snub was a surprise for Lumpkin, who started 38 straight games at left tackle to finish his Rutgers career. "Keith Lumpkin not getting an invite is insane," said Brian Martin, who is leading Lumpkin's NFL training at Parabolic.
Ex-Rutgers linebacker Steve Longa ready to make his
case at NFL Combine
Posted By: Dan Duggan | NJ Advance Media For NJ.com | February 23, 2016
FARMINGDALE -- Former linebacker Steve Longa's training schedule got accelerated on Jan. 26 when . Before receiving the Combine invitation, Longa had been preparing for Rutgers' pro day on March 9.
"As soon as I got my Combine invitation, everything changed," Longa said. "I knew I was going to get the Combine invite. I felt like I deserved it. But nothing is certain. I could feel some type of way about something, but people might have a different opinion, so I was on schedule for March 9."
Path to the NFL Draft: Rutgers linebacker Steve Longa provides inside look at procesS
Posted By: Dan Duggan | NJ Advance Media For NJ.com | January 12, 2016
Rutgers junior linebacker Steve Longa declared for the NFL Draft on Dec. 22 in an exclusive interview with NJ Advance Media. The Saddle Brook native will keep readers informed of his journey through a first-person diary (as told to Dan Duggan) that will run periodically on NJ.com until the draft in late April.
For his first entry, Longa describes the reaction to his decision to leave Rutgers early and he provides an update on his draft training at Parabolic Performance & Rehab in Farmingdale.
Posted By: Dan Duggan | NJ Advance Media For NJ.com | December 22, 2015
After Rutgers' season ended on Nov. 28, redshirt junior linebacker Steve Longa was faced with a decision.
Coming off his third straight 100-plus tackle season, Longa was contemplating leaving for the NFL or returning to Rutgers for his senior year. Longa gathered information from as many resources as possible and then took a step back. After taking three weeks to weigh his options, Longa has decided that he's ready for the NFL.
Posted By: W.L. Bill Allen Jr. | New Jersey Hills | July 22, 2015
WEST CALDWELL – While many very talented football players have set foot on Bonnel Field over the decades, chances are that the none is on the level of the group that has been present on Caldwell High School’s field this month, as a group of NFL players, including Jets and Giants, has been working out at that facility and, at times, been working with some Caldwell High School players.
How Giants' Andre Williams and some NFL players prepare for the season
Posted By: Jordan Raanan | NJ Advance Media For NJ.com | July 17, 2015
WEST CALDWELL - It's mid-July, several weeks before training camp and the time of the NFL year when coaches and front office executives step away from their offices and onto the beaches or lake. The grind of the football season is still weeks away from officially beginning.
While the coaches and executives get some much-needed R&R after sleeping in their offices for what seems like the other 11 months, most players have already begun working.
NFL COMBINE 2015: AN INSIDE LOOK AT RUTGERS FULLBACK MICHAEL BURTON'S TRAINING
Posted By: Dan Duggan | NJ Advance Media For NJ.com | February 17, 2015
There was a buzz last Friday afternoon inside Parabolic Performance & Rehabilitation, a 3,500-square foot training space that overlooks the ice skating rink inside Floyd Hall Arena on the campus of Montclair State.
Hip-hop music blared through the gym's speakers, although the playlist wasn't to the liking of Gary Nova, so the former quarterback, who is one of 13 NFL hopefuls training at Parabolic, came over to the iPod between sets and took over as DJ.