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Building Mental Development

  • Build Character
  • Build Work Ethic
  • Social Interaction
  • Improve Cognitive Activity
  • Skill & Agility Terminology
  • A Consistent Healthy Lifestyle
  • Leadership & Teamwork Development
  • Improve Confidence In Your Physical Abilities

Improving Physical Development

  • Weight Control
  • Promote Better Sleep
  • Improve Energy Levels
  • Bone-Strengthening
  • Develop Coordination
  • Enhance Academic Learning
  • Muscle Strength & Endurance Boost
  • Decrease Risk Factors for Chronic Diseases

Circuit Training

At Pro Fitness 54 drills are specifically designed to improve coordination & increase muscle endurance. Creating dynamic circuit patterns that replicate actual position specific movements will tremendously benefit athletes looking to grow their skill sets. Circuit training is a great way to help get in shape as well. By using short burst exercises with limited rest, your heart rate remains high, increasing blood flow which overall, helps improves your immune system.

Position Specifics

The movements are individualized to meet your target areas which will improve your overall performance in your competitive field. Repetitive drill work along with informative coaching will excel not only your physical skill set but overall knowledge of your craft. Receiving hands-on one-one training will advance your skill development & improve confidence to play at an advanced level.

Conditioning

In order for your body to perform at its highest peak one must maintain great endurance. Through various teaching methods, every athlete is pushed to excel through during times of strain. Mental conditioning is vital when working to create a better work ethic.

Rest and Recovery

Rest and Recovery is often overlooked but a key component in muscular growth. A balanced combination of adequate sleep & proper hydration contributes to optimal performance. This also contributes to maintaining proper flexibility, which allows individuals to move fluidly, and it lowers the risk for injury.