Champions don’t become champions in the ring they are merely recognized there.” John C. Maxwell
Everyone wants to be the next Bryce Harper, or Mike Trout, but few are willing to truly put in the work. The athlete that stays after for extra repetitions, the athlete that wakes up early on the weekends to train, the athlete that works out in the weight room, will always rise above. With anything, putting in the work is the main variable to being successful. If it were easy, everyone would be doing it. Be different, and be the one that puts in the hours to what is truly earned and deserved. With a powerful mindset, and a great work ethic, the athlete will be at their peak full potential.
It comes down to the little things that lead to the big picture. What the athlete has for breakfast, dictates the way that the day will go. How many hours the athlete sleeps will dictate their energy levels throughout the day. The proper amount of fluid intake will dictate how well the body is recovering and staying h
ydrated while it is performing. The day-to-day processes are what will truly take the athlete to the next level.
We take pride in holding our athletes accountable. We give them the resources and knowledge inside of our facility on nutrition, recovery, flexibility and mobility, to make sure they are succeeding outside of our facility. Inside our training area, we create an atmosphere that breathes hard work, as well as challenging the status quo. We expect all of our athletes to be in their optimal peak performance level both physically and mentally.