Young athletes today are getting bigger, faster, and stronger each year. Records are being broken and new levels reached. Stay ahead of the competition with the Y’s
RAISE THE BAR sports performance training system.
Matt Konrad, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and our personal trainers will prescribe and direct individualized sport
specific training regimens designed to RAISE THE BAR of your
performance. Sessions are all 1.5 hours and designed with
scientifically proven methods that work.
OUR GOAL: Give athletes long term command of their strength, speed, agility,
endurance, balance, acceleration, vertical, increased mobility and flexibility, mental toughness, and to prevent injuries.
Summer session June 4 - August 3
All training sessions will be run at 6:30 AM, 8:30 AM, 10:30 AM, or 2:30 PM depending on athlete’s daily schedule. When registering, choose your top two best available times. Athletes will also have full access to the YMCA facility during the RAISE THE BAR Performance Clinic.
M & TH - Lifting, speed, and agility
T & F - Lifting, plyometric, and conditioning
M W F - Lifting, speed, agility, plyometric, and conditioning
T & TH - Lifting, speed, agility, plyometric, and conditioning
Learn more about our certified trainers:
“Strength training has truly made the difference in my career. It brought me from being a high school athlete wanting to compete in college, to being a medalist in the NSIC conference and being a part of a SMSU 4x400 record breaking meter relay team. It even lead me to further my education and seek out being a certified strength and conditioning coach.”
“Strength and conditioning training along with agility training is what I contribute my success to in athletics. Not only physical strength but mental strength was also a result. Discipline and commitment to your workouts gives you a sense of pride and determination that is useful in any sport. As a collegiate, All-American volleyball player, I would not have been able to perform at that level if it wasn’t for the time and effort in the weight room. There is such thing as God-given talent, but it is how you use that talent and elevate it that brings you to the next level.“
“As a former high school and college athlete the biggest part of being the best that I could, came down to my strength and conditioning level. Building on speed, agility, power, and quickness brought me to the next level in performance. It also helped with preventing reoccurring injuries I had suffered in the past. You can be a good athlete, but one has to put in the work to be a GREAT athlete.