We offer Sport and Team Specific Strength Programs. Custom groups and times available for all sports built by experts customized to your team.
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Each athlete will get an Athletic Movement Analysis. This allows us to identify the athlete's strengths and weaknesses in order to create a training program to maximize strength, power and speed while reducing the risk of injury.
STRENGTH - functional approach, thorough instruction, focus on upper body, lower body & core
EXPLOSIVE POWER - olympic lifting, plyometrics, medicine ball, jumping and landing techniques
SPEED - acceleration, deceleration, linear and lateral movement techniques, running mechanics, footwork
CONDITIONING - game ready preparation for all athletes
FLEXIBILITY - myofascial release (foam rolling), various forms of stretching, muscle activation
NUTRITION EDUCATION - lessons, tips and advice
INJURY REDUCTION - identify and correct muscular imbalances, balance and stabilization
• Amateur, collegiate and youth athletes
• Professional and elite athletes
• Military, fire fighters and law enforcement officers
• Weekend warriors and anyone who wants to live an active lifestyle
We offer strength and conditioning for all sports, athletes in any discipline and even for non-athletes.
Pro Elite offers group classes which are intense, insightful, and exciting for all ages. Whether you are looking for an education class to teach your young athlete the importance of strength training, a high school 2nd string player looking to earn a starting role, or an out of shape former athlete looking for a gym experience that consists of more than bench press and crunches, PRO Elite Classes have what you need.
The classes are developed around your specific team, sport and needs. Each sport has its individual demands and requirements. If you have a group of athletes (minimum of 6), we can create a group and specific time to train those athletes.
We follow three basic movement principles. 1) First move well, then move often. 2) Protect, correct, and develop. 3) Create systems that enforce your philosophy.
For more detailed information, see our full Training Philosophy.
We do an analysis that is a ranking and grading system that documents movement patterns that are key to normal function. By screening these patterns, the FMS readily identifies functional limitations and asymmetries. These are issues that can reduce the effects of functional training and physical conditioning and distort body awareness.
For more detailed information, see our Athletic Movement Analysis page.
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