RESULTS & PAST SUCCESS
EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION
HOW WE DO IT
HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE EXPECTATIONS & CAREER PHILOSOPHY
See the benefits – Commit to the program – How can we help you?
junior high – high school – college & beyond
“See the benefits”
This is the youngest age that we accept athletes, and also the age that you will actually begin to see results that are worth the time and effort put in.
In junior high, we want athletes to see the benefits of training in their-self and those they train with, while remaining excited to train. They will be side by side and partnered up with kids who will go on to do exactly what they dream to do.
The idea is to get them to see the value of our training & develop a belief that they too can achieve their big goals since they have made it through the same things their training partner achieving big things has done. At this age, athletes should not be pushed to attend training programs because of the risk of burnout; they should be the ones motivated and wanting to come.
“Commit to the program”
In high school, athletes must complete a minimum number of workouts per week based on their sport, career point, time of year, and level of play. Failure to meet minimums is a waste of your time, your money, and our reputation; which will result in a minimum of 6 months out of the program.
We have programming that has been proven time and time again across all sports that we work with. Please spend time visiting our Instagram to get an in depth understanding of our success rates and know that it is not by chance that these things happen; programming must be implemented well to be effective.
“How can we help you?”
(College & Beyond)
Whether it’s using our facility while in town for a few days, supplementing your college plan(s) with personalized programming while at school, or joining our workouts while in town for a week or more…we want to know how we can at home & away at this career point.
Athletics after high school become highly specialized at the position level and the quality of training programs vary greatly across sports, levels, and schools.