Frequently Asked Questions

My son is out of town for tournaments a lot, how will that work with his training schedule?

Our training schedule is 4 days a week, performed over 6 days Monday-Saturday. So in town games and weekend tournaments are easily worked around. When out of town for longer stretches, athletes are given “Remote Training Sessions” that allow them to use what’s available, whether a stretch of grass for speed work, hotel weights, bands we give them, or a combination thereof, to ensure they continue to make speed and strength progress while away. Sport skill and strength training should always be worked on together, in synchronization, allowing the athlete to become the best they can be.

How long are the workouts?

Workouts are from 50 minutes up to an hour and a half, depending on an athletes individual program and the length of their supplemental work (their Arm care program, Mobility program, self myofascial program, etc).

Do you coach the athletes? Or are they just following a card of exercises?

Athletes are coached and cued throughout their entire session. Each athlete has a “Plan A” they follow in their session (their program), which is regularly adjusted (Plan B) on any given day based on how they’re feeling, their upcoming schedule, how the session itself is going, etc.

How many days a week is the training?

4 days a week. Sessions are available throughout the day AM-PM Monday-Saturday.

What kind of training do you guys do? Group? Personal?

Our training style is “Small Group Individual”, meaning athletes are trained individually while in a small group of 3-5. This allows athletes to work towards their individual goals and needs, while providing the encouragement and atmosphere of a small group.

What age group do you train?

Our demographic is youth athletes. Our youngest athlete is a 13 year old grader, and the oldest a 27 year old professional.

My son doesn’t drive yet but really wants to start. Can he go at specific times to make our ride schedule work?

Athletes fill in the times they need at the end of each week. If something arises where they need to switch times, they can communicate over text and get a time that works better. We know athletes have a full schedule so we are very flexible with times. What’s important is that the athlete can be as consistent as possible with their training in order to get the results they want.

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