Donny Mateaki grew up in Honolulu, Hawai’i—an athlete who played football, basketball, and track. He went on to play football for the University of Washington. Though he earned many honorable awards and mentions, he also faced trials and injuries. It was throughout that time, that his love of training resurfaced, and became a focal point in his life.
Following his UW career, his passion for increased athleticism grew, as he directed all of his energy toward research and experimentation. The goal: to prevent athletes from ever reaching a point where they’d do anything other than get stronger, faster, and become more successful in their sport.
Within these pages, you’ll find what has worked for his athletes and also himself, as they take their athleticism to the next level. Learn how to improve athletic performance, hip and shoulder mobility.
Discover how to lower your risk of injury by 95%, and eliminate non-contact injuries completely. These are the factors which matter in athletic performance—and now, the answers are finally revealed!