Today’s student athlete endures long and often consecutive sports seasons. Many young athletes are overtrained and overstressed. Equip Training is designed to support individual training objectives and thoughtfully prepare athletes for a sport's physical and mental demands. We offer whole team, small group and individual training. We support middle and high school athletes, so that they may build strength, power, increase speed and develop a respectful, competitive mindset. We teach safe movement patterns designed to reduce incidence of injuries that will occur during both training and competition.
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We do our best to reduce the risk of knee injuries with proper warm ups/cool downs and strength training, but unfortunately all injuries cannot be prevented. If you have sustained a knee injury, our coaches are experienced with ACLr through all stages of recovery. We work closely with your physician and/or physical therapist to create a comprehensive plan/program to get you back on the pitch, field or court!
Congratulations! You are a collegiate athlete. This is not an easy feat, but the hard work has just begun. Most, if not all, athletes will receive a packet of summer conditioning from the coaching staff outlining the fitness expectations during the offseason. As we all know, getting a spot on a team is hard enough, but keeping it can be just as difficult Our role is to prepare you to arrive for the first day of training at your peak level of fitness, and make an immediate impact on your coaches and teammates.
Equip offers classes for the college athlete over holiday breaks (Thanksgiving, Winter break, Spring break, Summer etc). These sessions are a perfect way for them to stay in shape while away from school.
The physical fitness required to meet acceptance standards for the Armed Forces Academies (Army, Navy, Air Force) or an ROTC school are rigorous. Equip has trained athletes to build their strength, endurance and confidence so they can perform each event to the best of their ability on assessment day.