Athlete Strength + Conditioning
Strength Training and Conditioning is a scientific physical training methodology to train athletes to improve athletic performance. The program is a collaborative process with an ongoing relationship between the Athlete and the Coach. The program includes general athletic testing sessions, safe and effective strength training and conditioning sessions, and nutrition and injury mitigation guidance.
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Using evidence based programming and performance testing athletes will gain strength.
Athletes will improve their speed! Speed kills and often times is the deciding factor in a game or competition.
Athletes with better self-confidence & self-esteem, get better grades, have better behavior, & are more likely to be leaders on and off the field.
Start At Their Level
The training program is individually progressed and regressed to accommodate the athlete’s skill level and physical abilities.
Each athlete will get the attention needed for them to succeed!
Get Results & Respect
Athletes will enhance their performance to reach their athletic potential. Seeing results in our program as well as on the field!
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
I am a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with 10+ years volunteer coaching for youth and adult organizations such as USA Football, Cal Ripken Baseball, the All-Army Team Athletics (7-on-7 Football, Basketball), to include 2018 Tennessee Titans Military Cup 7-on-7 Champion.
I’ve participated in a variety of specialized skills development functions to include the 2016 US Army All-American Bowl (Combine | Skills Assessment), Bobby Stroupe (Patrick Mahomes’ Trainer) Performance Seminar, and top NFL Combine 40-yard dash coach Tony Villani’s “NFL Speed Development”. I have worked with athletes across the entire spectrum, from children to adults, in aspects of long-term athletic development, competitive sports and specialized military training.
I am a member of the National Strength Conditioning Association and the National High School Strength and Conditioning Association. I chose ACME athletics because of their diverse platform with an increasingly high ceiling of potential for establishing the gold-standard of athletic performance training grounded in a professional, science-driven practice supporting the greater Montgomery County area.
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
I received my Bachelor of Science in exercise science at The College at Brockport. in December of 2020 and became certified as a Strength and Conditioning Coach from the NSCA in May of 2021.
I work as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at Acme Athletics part-time and full-time as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at Fort Campbell for the 44th MED. I got my interest in strength and conditioning because I came from a small town with no resources for athletic performance. Our high school had no more than 300 kids all together and the majority of us were athletes. Many injuries stemmed from overuse, playing for multiple teams within the same season, and no proper training. My passion for strength and conditioning grew stronger strength and conditioning began when my sister underwent double hip surgery when she was 18 due to overuse injuries from no proper training and constantly playing soccer. My goals are to make sure all athletes that train with me and the athletic program I am a part of train properly, in cohesion with their sport, and don’t overdo it to cause injuries.”
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Strength & Conditioning?
Strength Training & Conditioning is a scientific physical training methodology to train athletes to improve athletic performance.
When are training sessions held?
Every hour, on the hour from 3 pm to 7 pm, Monday through Friday.
How long are the sessions?
Training time is allocated equitably to meet training goals, with most sessions ranging from 45-55 minutes.
How many athletes/coaches are in a session?
Each session is limited to 10 athletes, with an intimate coach-to-athlete ratio of 1:5.
How many times per week does my athlete train?
We offer membership plans ranging from twice to five times per week. Beginners are encouraged to start with two to three sessions per week. More advanced athletes may consider training three to five times per week.
How much does the program cost? How is it billed?
Individual memberships start at $225 per month for training with our staff twice weekly. The membership is billed monthly with no cancellation or start-up fees. A 30-day (one training cycle) notice is required for cancellation to optimize sports performance.
How do I start?
Schedule a consultation with one of our coaches at acmeathleticstn.com, or email our Strength & Conditioning Coordinator, Coach Goins, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scheduling is Simple, Easy, & Flexible
Sessions are offered 5 days a week & we have many options to fit your schedule.
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