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TRAINING

Speed Training

This program provides anyone with a proper speed training progression that consists of running mechanics and technique drills. The cycles will encompass resistive running drills, free running for acceleration and top end speed, and over-speed drills that will focus on neural impulse speed and physiological adaptation.

The Kristo Club 10:30pm - 6am

23

December

Agility Training

Are you trying to develop your sport specific quickness? This cycle specifically focuses on the central nervous system to enhance change of direction, acceleration and deceleration while providing you with the proper progression of drills based on your sport and level of training.

The Cave 11:30pm - 2am

07

March

Injury Prevention

This program focuses on the strengthening and stabilization of the neck, knee, ankle and shoulder. A stable and effectively functioning joint allows for optimum power output which increases performance while decreasing the risk of common injuries.

Brando's 10:00pm - 1am

27

March

Weight Training

Using a completely scientific approach to weight training progression, a cycle will be provided designed to meet your needs. For example, a Hypertrophy phase will increase cross sectional area of the muscle. A Maximum Strength phase will increase recruitment and strength of the muscle. The Power Transfer phase will help those who wish to increase the pure speed of their actions and the Competition phase to increase your strength, power, size, and speed throughout your “in-season”.

15

April

The Standing Line 9:30pm - 3am

Functional Flexability

This program will help you maintain or improve the range of motion about your joints and surrounding muscles; reducing the risk of injury and promoting performance. Many times our common hamstring, back and knee pain can be caused from inflexibility and tight structures. Following an organized stretching program can usually eliminate these. Are you an athlete? Being able to move through a full range of motion can increase power output by optimizing biomechanical leverage position.

Core

A strong core is an extremely important characteristic of any athlete. It is the center for most body movements, allowing effective transfer of power from the upper and lower extremities and is necessary for increasing your speed, agility, overall strength, explosiveness, and coordination.

Balance and Functional Training

Improve your kinesthetic awareness (knowledge of body position in 3 dimensional space). This program utilizes all of the body’s proprioceptors to enhance performance on the field or during activities of daily living. The cycle includes a vast array of exercises to accommodate for all levels of training and remove any form of program stagnation.

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