• All programs focus on athletes reaching their full athletic potential.
  • ​Flexibility and Core Training are a part of all programs.
  • All athletes receive an Athletic Assessment in order to determine individual needs.  
  • Athletes learn to manage and maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle for improved sport performance and overall health.
  • Athletes learn to set appropriate goals and evaluation strategies for a proper strength and conditioning program.
  • Athletes learn proper movement mechanics, running technique, and deceleration and landing technique.
  • Athletes learn to improve attentional focus and reduce performance anxiety.


  • Weight Training
  • Speed and Agility Training
  • Flexibility Training
  • Conditioning
  • Correctional Exercise for Injury Prevention
  • Nutritional Planning
  • Goal Setting and Evaluation
  • Individual and Small Group Training (2-4)
  • Athletic Assessment
  • Reassessments every 4-6 Weeks


In the past few decades, females participating in sports has increased tremendously.  Participating in sports and regular exercise has several physical, psychological, and cognitive benefits that can translate into different aspects of female athletes’ lives.  Regular exercise has been shown to increase strength, improve cardiovascular health while also reducing the risk of chronic degenerative diseases.  Other benefits of participating in sport include: building character, improving self-efficacy and self-esteem, leadership, teamwork, focus, and a willingness to step out of one’s comfort zone.  Reports have shown female athletes to have higher academic performance and graduation rates.  
Despite the many benefits, as the female athletic population increased, so did the occurrence of gender-specific issues including sports-related injuries.   

  • Female athletes are 2-6 times more likely to incur a sports-related injury compared to male athletes.
  • Female athletes tend to be more quadricep dominant.  Meaning, our hamstrings may be weak which can put stress on our knees.
  • ACL injuries are likely to occur up to 8 times more often in female athletes ages 15-25 years old.
  • Studies show that female athletes tend to start a strength and conditioning program later in their sport careers than boys.
  • Many female athletes have poor nutritional habits.
  • Many female athletes are not training year round.
  • Many female athletes are not prescribed the right strength and conditioning program for their sport and ability.

An added bonus of a complete conditioning program is injury prevention.  Athletes who strength train and condition properly tend to have fewer injuries.  Those who incur injuries generally recover faster with less serious injuries.

If you are serious about improving your sports performance, you need to be on a good strength and conditioning program with nutritional planning that is customized to fit your individual needs.
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