Developing a lifelong love of fitness
Too many young athletes exercise because they HAVE TO. Others never develop the habit because they didn’t find a sport they excelled in. Our goal is to make fitness something your young athlete enjoys and looks forward to. We aim to equip your teen with healthy habits that will stick with them for life.
Our approach focuses on the athlete as a whole, decreasing risk of injury common to team sports while improving performance and confidence in their abilities – both on the field and off.
Junior Varsity (11 to 14)
Built to develop greater general physical preparedness (GPP), which translates into improved strength, agility, endurance, and overall athleticism. Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 3:40-4:20.
Personal Coaching (all ages)
Train with a professional coach one-on-one or with a small group of teammates. Programs are custom and designed to help you achieve your unique goals. Can be a hybrid of in-person and online coaching.
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“It has become a differentiator for Mac on the softball field. The power, explosiveness and flexibility all show when she’s on the mound.” – Kellie B.
How to Feed Your Young Athlete
It’s 6:00 AM. Your twelve-year-old’s basketball practice is in one hour. You know he should eat something, but what? And how do you get him to EAT?
During tournaments, kids and teens often play three or more games in a single day, especially near the end of the tournament when there’s more on the line. As a hockey coach once told me, “A single bad shift change can cost you the tournament.”
Little things matter.
Nutrition, however, is a BIG thing.
Many parents believe their kids and teens can eat virtually anything without affecting their performance. As a coach, I can testify to just how wrong they are.
Download our free guide on what to eat, and how to encourage your kid to eat it. Fill out the form, and you’ll get our nutrition guide in your email.