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"22nd Annual Summer Speed & Strengh Development Clinic"

(UNLIMITED Training) 

Registration begins April 1st(Limited to 40 Athletes per group)

Camp Dates: May-July (2-hour morning classes) (1-Hour evening & Saturday)

Schedule: (5 Training Classes per week-HS/College, MS Athletes)

HS/College Athletes: Mon/Wed 9:00-11:00, 6:30-7:30, Sat. 10:00-11:00

*College Athletes only: Tues/Thurs 11:00-12:30 (*Option-Mon/Wed 9-11, 6:30 & Saturday 10:00)

MS Athletes: Tues/Thurs 9:00-11:00, 6:30-7:30, Sat. 11:00-12:00

Youth Athletes (3rd-5th grade): Mon/Wed 4:00-500 

What Athletes Experience
What's Expected of the Athlete 

     What Athletes Experience 

     The Speed School enters its 22nd year as one of the longest running Sports performance Training Facilities in the Nation. 

"The Event" Annual Summer Speed & Strength Development Camp adds 2-hour morning class to the schedule for HS/College & MS Athletes. Open to Male & Female Athletes of all Sports football, soccer, lacrosse, baseball, softball, Volleyball, Basketball, Track & Field. Athletes experience training under a methodology & proven training system designed by Founder of The Speed School-Speed Development Coach Mike Klinefelter used to train athletes at the highest level of sports.

Developing Speed with Power & Overall Athleticism. 

"Training Methodology of Sports Performance & Functional Training"

Curriculum with Structured Progressions:

Dynamic stretch (Hip mobility, open running stride)

Speed Development (linier, lateral, multi-direction change)

Reaction Speed (How quick can the athlete reach top speed)


Testing-video analyses (breaking down the drill)

Position specific drills

Plyometrics (Developing explosive power)

Core Strength (Center of gravity for overall athletic development)

Upper & lower body (Strength training/weight training)

Detailed focus (Execution of drill, running mechanics, technique & form)  

Agility, balance, coordination, injury prevention

Training at high cadence, work to rest ratio/short recovery.

What's Expected of the Athlete

Commitment & Consistency

Work ethics-Mental toughness (Finish the drill, complete the assignment)

Intensity (function & perform under pressure) 


Desire to improve skills.


Expect Results

You are ready to Register.

Be a part of the Training Culture 

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