High School

The World of High School Athletics has changed, and so has training…


Comprehensive diet planning to support your training program and enhance athletic performance

Increased flexibility through the use of static, dynamic, and functional movement

Strengthening abdominal wall and the surrounding powerhouse muscles will improve coordination and aid in injury prevention

Emphasis on postural alignment, proper biomechanics, and proprioceptive stimulation to enhance equilibrium during the execution of coordinated movements

Developed through our unique tire course and road trip workouts that have been featured on numerous media outlets

Focus on proper lift mechanics to improve the force generating capacity of muscle groups

Improve the athletes’ ability to change the direction of the body parts rapidly and under control

Emphasize accelerated movements during plyometric and sports specific training to improve power output

Improve quickness and starting ability. Improve acceleration time. Increase stride length and stride frequency. Improve speed endurance.

A multi-faceted and integrated approach to developing sport specific needs for each individual


We can manipulate a training program that best fits the demands of your specific sport. This program gives the athlete a comprehensive training approach. The athlete will be educated on training safety and the importance of a balance program. We will device an individual performance program tailored to your specific needs. The following is a sample of the sports we have been involved with: football, baseball, basketball, volleyball, lacrosse, soccer, ruby, swimming, water polo, golf, track and field, and tennis.

Variety of Training
  • First Step quickness
  • Acceleration
  • Top End Speed
  • Changed of Direction
Training Options
  • Team Training
  • Small Group
  • 1 on 1
  • Muscle Balance
  • Coordination
  • Muscle Activation
  • Expedient Force

Basic motor skills are often ignored by less experienced training facilities. In the past, training specifically was based on the sports and not the athlete. We now know that we can’t train 50 athletes with same exercise program and expect that all 50 will benefit. Athletes are not machines built in a factory.