We have a fully equipped weight room in our facility with brand new equipment, ready to improve our athletes' strength and endurance to take their play to the next level!
We are currently offering strength and conditioning training in small groups of 3-4 atheltes of similiar age/strength. Our lead strength and conditioning coaches are current and former college athletes, along with our directors that are both Physical Therapists and former Division 1 athletes, work together to develop a program tailored and progressesd according to the needs of each group/athlete.
This program focuses on teaching foundational weight lifting skills to promote strengthening, improved power, increased vertical, and injury prevention with a total body approach for lower body, core and upper body strength, endurance, and power that is specific to female athletes.
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Annie is a native of Little Rock, Arkansas and former 501 Volley athlete. Upon graduating from Pulaski Academy, Annie went on to play indoor volleyball at Pittsburgh State University. She then transfered to the University of Central Arkansas to play beach volleyball, and is currently a senior at UCA studying Accounting. Annie was a multi-sport athlete, that played volleyball and basketball, and has experience teaching group fitness HIIT classes. When Annie is not training or playing volleyball, she can be found working at one of her favorite places, Lululemon, traveling, or playing with her dogs Remi and Denver.
Brenner is a native of Lee's Summitt, Missouri who played wide receiver at Pittsburgh State University. He was a 4 year starter and captain his junior and senior season for the Pitt State Gorillas. He has experienced strength training from boths sides; training to improve his strength and speed as well as training to return to play following surgery for a season ending injury. Brenner graduated from Pitt State with an MBA and currently works as a Client Success Manager for Apptegy in Little Rock. He has a passion for exercise and strength training.