You love playing sports, but really want to improve your performance so you are the best you can be. Whether you’re a youth, high school, college, pro, adult or recreational athlete, Bronson Performance Training programs can help you become a better and stronger athlete. At the same time you will learn how to play it safe and avoid injury.
Performance Training focuses on evidenced-based exercise programs that are instructed by Bronson certified strength and conditioning specialists and certified athletic trainers. These programs are supported by sports medicine professionals, including sport medicine doctors, orthopedic surgeons, athletic trainers, physical therapists and personal trainers.
Performance Training programs are designed for each individual athlete, group or team. The initial consultation with the instructor is free. The fee is based on the number of participants and sessions in the program. Training locations, for the most part, will be conducted at a training facility of your choice.
Improving your sports performance
Performance training can help improve your athletic abilities, specifically strength, speed, agility, endurance and balance. It can also help increase your power, coordination and body control, movement skills, mobility, reaction time and endurance. Improving these skills will help in any sport. Reaching new levels of performance also helps build confidence and self-esteem.
Customized sports performance training programs
All Performance Training programs are customized and based on the goal of the athlete(s). The first step is to make an appointment for a free initial consultation with the instructor. You, or the athletes in your group or on your team, will provide information on the areas you’d like to improve. The instructor will then create a plan that will help you reach your goals.
Performance training programs and seminars
Below is a list of some of our Performance Training programs. To register, or to obtain additional information, email email@example.com or call (855) 618-2676.
Strength & Conditioning Classes for Athletes (Grades 7-12)
Student athletes in grades 7-12 can learn how to improve strength, speed, agility, power and other physical skills and capabilities while preventing injury. These one-hour classes are created and instructed by master's prepared certified athletic trainers (ATCs) and strength & conditioning specialists (CSCS). See our classes & events section for details. Pre-registration is appreciated but drop-ins are also welcomed.
Certified Golf Fitness Instruction
The Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) program is designed to educate you on your golf swing in order to enhance your performance and prevent injury. The goal is to balance your body between mobility and stability. The instructor is a certified athletic trainer and TPI certified instructor. Initial consultation is free.
ACL Injury Prevention
Learn how to prevent injury to your knees with Sportsmetrics™, a scientifically-proven, six-week-jump-training program that incorporates proper stretching, special plyometric exercises and weight training. The instructor is a certified athletic trainer and certified Sportsmetrics™ instructor. Initial consultation is free.
This seminar is for coaches. You’ll want to attend this seminar if you need to increase your weight room efficiency and want to get the most out of your weight training program. This seminar will address common training problems and misconceptions of the weight room. At this half day seminar, you’ll learn how to fix common adolescent weight training issues and proper training techniques. Make the most out of your strength training environment! A fee is charged for this seminar.
Transitional Rehab Program
This program is intended for athletes who have completed a physical therapy program but are not quite ready to return to play. The athlete will be assessed and the instructor will create a custom training program to improve the athlete’s strength, speed, agility, flexibility and cardiovascular fitness. This program is ideal for those recovering from knee, ankle, shoulder or elbow injuries.