Competitive athletes of all ages and active individuals can improve speed, strength, conditioning and sport-specific skills by participating in one of our Sports’ skill development programs.

Programs vary depending on your goals and can include:

  • Corrective Exercises
  • Mobility, Agility and Movement Preparation
  • Stability, Coordination and Balance
  • Cardiovascular and Endurance Training
  • Running Mechanics
  • Sport-Specific Training
  • Acute Injury Management
  • Assisted Stretching & Recovery
  • Periodization, Progression and Regression
  • Confidence Building and Measurable Results
  • Posture and Body Mechanics
  • Body Composition

Sport-Specific Performance Training

No matter what time of the year – pre-season, in-season or off-season – you’ll benefit from the guidance and coaching of our expert staff dedicated to helping you become a more competitive athlete in your specific sport, including but not limited to:

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Boxing
  • Endurance events including half-marathon, marathon and triathlon races
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Hockey
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Individual & Team Performance Programs


Our Location

Boardwalk # F1 Palm Desert, CA 92211-9041

Phone: 760 346 3322

Sports Team Training at Your School Available!

While acute injuries may have an obvious cause (eg slip or twist at take off) it is accumulative injuries that appear for no apparent cause that require a professional assessment of your body’s biomechanics and technique. Adolescent injuries differ from adult injuries mainly because the bones are still growing. The growth plates (physis) are cartilaginous (strong connective tissue) areas of the bones from which the bones elongate or enlarge. Repetitive stress or sudden large forces can cause injury to these areas. By far the most common cause of overuse injury is training errors.  Moreover, the most common error is “too much, too soon”. If exercise is applied in such a way that adaptation cannot occur, the excessive overload can cause microscopic injuries, leading to inflammation, which is the body’s response to injury. The goal is to bring all of this knowledge and correct forms of training and injury care to the individual for a more healthy and successful program.