Our Sports Performance Training
IF YOU ANSWERED YES THEN YOU HAVE FOUND YOUR SOLUTION!
Whether your athlete wants to get on that select team in town, make the varsity team in high school or get that college scholarship, this is the place for them. At Progressive Performance, we use a science based approach to improving performance, focusing on what works, and not just what is trendy. Progressive Performance is about getting strong! Strength training will give your youth athlete a bigger engine so they can produce more force, more power and reduce the risk of injury by just having a stronger body.
WHY IS THIS GOOD FOR SPORTS PERFORMANCE?
These are the ways the human body moves and expresses power and strength. A skills coach can only do so much when it comes to overloading the system and making the athlete more forceful. That is where we come in.
This is good for a majority of sports: soccer, volleyball, football, basketball, softball, track and field, gymnastics, wrestling, baseball, hockey, lacrosse, tennis and even cross country and swimming.
The What and Why
Most athletes will benefit from being able to produce more force. More force means jumping higher, moving faster and being more agile and powerful. We use many methods to get this done:
Medicine Ball Throws
Olympic Lifting (Clean and Jerk)
Traditional Weight Training Movements
(Squat, Hinge, Push, Pull)
At Progressive Performance we guarantee your athlete will receive better results than any other sports performance program in the Woodinville area. With our small class size and highly educated staff, your child’s individual needs will be addressed in an even more detailed manner than is possible with larger class formats. With our movement assessment system, dysfunctional movement patterns and performance deficits will be addressed from day one and worked into a long term plan for success.
We start every new athlete with a FREE Strength and Power evaluation to see where they stand, where we need to start and what needs to be worked on.
Success Stories Testimonial Videos
Ali is a 100 and 200 meter sprinter at Inglemoor High School. She joined Progressive Performance for Speed Camp this summer and has continued in the youth sports performance program.
Kelsey has been training with Coach Jimmy for 5 years. She is a dancer, cheerleader, and the youngest member of the 500lb club.
High school track athlete Makenna Barton talks about her experience at Progressive Performance and what role it played in her life and her ability to get 2nd in state in pole vault. Makenna is now moving on to vault at UW and is quite the beast in the gym.
12 year old athlete, Dagny Porter, shares what she loves about training at Progressive Performance.
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