The program is designed to train all athletes of any sport with the proper techniques and mechanics of elite sprint training! Athletes will take away improved athleticism specifically for his or her sport, most importantly athletes will take away a positive attitude, motivation and leadership skills forming a solid foundation for creating confidence and greatness.More about us
Our group training program focuses specifically on correcting common errors while boosting multi-directional speed. This recipe leads to game changing results either on the field or hard wood. Our training regimen will teach proper body control through deceleration and acceleration, allowing athletes to change directions more efficiently with less chances of getting injured.SIGN UP
$900 per person
Measuring an athletes change in velocity. We wanted to quantify what athletes are doing from an acceleration standpoint, and then figure out how to target that and create individual programs, helping athletes actually get better at that acceleration.
Looking at the physical and technical tools necessary to reach maximum velocity (top speed). Putting those two together to create a profile for the athletes to help them reach their individual goals.
Improving the athletes ability to accelerate, decelerate, stop and re accelerate in any direction without losing speed and balance.
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Coach Harper was born and raised in San Diego, after playing football and running track at Santa Fe Christian, He chose to continue his football career becoming a 4-year starter at Ohio Wesleyan University. His experience as a collegiate athlete and receiving a degree in Exercise Science has given him a unique skill set to identify the essential movements necessary in building speed and athleticism. Coaches, trainers and mentors have impacted his life in such a positive way, he wants to make the same impact on others. His desire is to establish himself as a positive role model in his community and for his athletes as his coaches from high school once did for him.More about usGet in touch