At O3P, we specialize in the development of athletic performance. With our Performance Training Program it's our goal to push our athletes past their current athletic abilities and achieve better athletic efficiency and performance. O3P understands that becoming that "scholarship athlete" goes far beyond your typical workout. We incorporate a multitude of various complex workouts that target key areas of athletic performance that include hip movement, center of gravity/base movement, conversion of slow and fast muscle twitch fibers, ligament strengthening, and reaction time (quickness).  While others train conventionally to gain muscle and increase general fitness, our workout days are centered around the correlation of one muscle group to another.  We target those muscles that are overlooked and severely under-trained. For example, by targeting the flexor hallucis longus muscle, located behind the ankle stretching under the foot, it will allow an athlete to increase their vertical by 3-5 inches. This is something a general personal trainer may overlook.

We know that one of the major requirements to playing sport at a higher level is measured by your level of athletic performance. Our Performance Training Program is developed to provide everything the athlete requires to prepare for the highest level of performance.  Including:

  • Vertical Jump
  • Conditioning/Endurance
  • Linear Speed 
  • Acceleration
  • Strength
  • Agility
  • Lateral Speed
  • Explosiveness
  • Body Alignment/Flexibility
  • Weight Management
  • First Step Quickness/Movement

 The Performance Training Program does not start and end in our gym.  We incorporate a variety of training methods to keep workouts fresh and interesting by including dryland training outdoors, aquatics, kettlebells, band training, yoga, and more. O3P trains each athlete based on their specific needs in a proactive environment where athletes will get a hands-on education in understanding how to develop their own bodies and maintain a high level of efficiency for success.

For best results, most athletes train a minimum of 3 days a week.  We also recommend that our athletes make an appointment with our registered dietitian and chiropractor as we leave no stone unturned when it comes to our athlete's success.

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