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Speed & Strength programs

Our method of training incorporates 3 different modalities; Speed & Agility, Strength, and Recovery. Combining these 3 methods during athletes off season allows them to see steady improvement and avoid training plateaus throughout the training cycle. However, if an athlete is in season there is an emphasis on Strength and Flexibility giving them the best opportunity to play at the top of their game toward the end of the season.

Speed & Agility Performance Training

  • Plyometrics
  • Acceleration
  • Deceleration
  • Footwork
  • Change of Direction


  • Olympic
  • Eccentric
  • Concentric
  • Isometric
  • Gymnastics
  • Stability

Flexibility, Mobility, and Recovery

  • Pre-hab
  • Post-surgery strengthening
  • Injury rehabilitation
  • Yoga
  • Pilates
  • Myofascial release
  • Balance


Youth Speed training classes are an hour long and focus on speed, agility, coordination and body weight strength exercises. By teaching youth athletes how to sprint and cut with proper mechanics, athletes will build a strong fundamental foundation. One of the most important keys to the foundation of an athlete that is neglected at all levels is balance & stability. By developing these abilities at a young age, athletes will have better control over their bodies as they progress, increasing the ability to accelerate faster, decelerate faster, change direction quicker, react faster and help decrease the risk of injury.



Middle School



These classes are an hour long each and have been purposely scheduled to provide the best product for our athletes while making it as convenient as possible for our parents. By scheduling these classes back to back it allows our athletes to do a full hour of strength training followed by a full hour of speed training.

Our Middle School Strength program is designed for the young athlete to establish a foundation of base strength, properly progressing them from bodyweight-based movements to more challenging exercises. Various equipment will be utilized such as TRX systems, medicine balls, and bosu balls to help develop them into a complete athlete, and weights will only be introduced when the athlete has shown significant proficiency with the program.

Athletes must be evaluated and placed into this program. Athletes in this program will continue to learn the basic techniques behind speed and strength and will also begin to go into more advanced techniques and details in speed training.



High School 



Revolution Athletics’ High School training classes are an hour long. Our program is designed specifically for the athlete to maximize athletic potential. 

All workouts are built to focus on the individual athletes needs and based upon the sports they play, as well as their specific strengths and weaknesses. The program will focus on proper techniques for speed & strength training, while improving force production, explosiveness, agility, strength, balance, stability, and more. What truly makes our program different from all the rest is not only the superior training staff but also the ability of our trainers to educate the athletes “why” they are doing something.

Each trainer explains and educates our athletes on the purpose of the drill or exercise they are focusing on. This allows the athlete to gain a more in-depth understanding of the exercise, motivating our athletes to work harder allowing them to transfer this knoweldge of a drill or technique onto the field in their sport.



The College program at Revolution Athletics incorporates the most innovative training techniques in the industry to keep our athletes on top of their game. With talking with our prior college clients, our programs are designed to further advance their athletic abilities both on the field and in the weight room. As a collegiate athlete, you must be on top of your game consistently if you are to compete with the best in the country. Being prepared mentally and physically is crucial in enjoying a success college career.



Team Training  



Revolution Athletics offers two different types of off-site team training:

Speed & Agility Training (can also be completed in our facility):

At Revolution Athletics, we know the value of team camaraderie and its importance to having a successful season. Our team training programs will facilitate all your teams’ needs to improve their overall speed, strength, and conditioning. Revolution Athletics will customize training programs according to the age, sport, skill level, and specific strengths and weaknesses of a particular team.

Team Training will include:

  • Sprinting Mechanics
  • Cutting Mechanics
  • Footwork & Foot Speed
  • Agility
  • First Step Explosiveness
  • Balance/Stability/Flexibility
  • Improved reaction time
  • Conditioning
  • Core Training

Our team Programs are built the same way a teacher builds a lesson plan. Each workout has objectives, key points and goals. This increases the progression of the programs faster. Anyone can put athletes through a grouping of exercises and drills but Revolution Athletics takes it one step further and educates our athletes. Athletes will learn the proper technique and purpose behind each exercise and drill they are asked to perform. This allows an athlete to connect to the exercise and focus on their specific weaknesses. The athletes will also learn how each exercise and drill will help them perform at a higher level in their sport. These teaching methods are what motivates and helps the athletes accel when training. 

Strength & Conditioning Training:

Customized strength and speed programs can be created for your team, where factors such as sport, team-size, facilities/equipment available, and time frame will all be accounted for, and will be geared towards peaking right before the season starts. Trainers can demonstrate how the training session should run, as well as proper technique for all exercises, and can be available to run the weight room or speed sessions with the coaching staff. Individual skill levels and training status/age will also be accounted for, and programs can be customized and progressed for the varying levels of athlete on the team. Various training modalities will be used such as accomodating resistance, progressive loading, dynamic effort, active release techniques, as well as balance and prehab work.