Our staff develops and implements age appropriate and sport specific strength training that is supported by research as well as our extensive training experience. All our athletes learn proper mechanics prior to progressive loading to minimize the risk of injury and insure a better transfer of training to sports. Programs start with a warm-up followed by speed and agility training and concluded with strength and conditioning workouts. Current training options are available for middle school, high school and professional athletes. Programs include regular testing in the Standing Long Jump, Vertical Jump, and 5-10-5 drill as well as various lifts to show consistent improvement and feedback for our staff, clients, and parents.
$125 Per month
SPARC Middle School programs emphasize proper movement patterns. The programs run for 60 minutes. Athletes will learn proper warm up prior to the start of training. After the warm-up our coaches will guide them through a speed and agility session. Sessions conclude with strength training to reinforce optimal motor patterns.LEARN MORE
Pricing is $125 per month and includes up to 3 training sessions per week
Starting at $150 Per month
SPARC High School programs reinforce movement patterns taught in the middle school program with the addition of more technical variations and progressive loading. This program runs for 60 minutes and includes a warm-up, speed and agility, strength training, and conditioning.LEARN MORE
The price for the programs are as follows:
2-days per week: $150
3-days per week: $175
4-days per week: $200
Elite / Pro
Starting at $200 Per month
SPARC offers collegiate and professional athletes a comprehensive and integrated sports performance program. Please contact us for more information.
SPARC offers professional athletes access to world class training facilities, a sports medicine staff, and a performance clinic. Prices vary depending on your specific needs. Contact email@example.com for more information.
SPARC has a separate baseball training program for athletes from the youth to professional competition levels. Work one-on-one with SPARC’s Director of Athletic Training, Mike Dillon.