KSC is the place to train for serious athletes.
We have extensive experience working with collegiate, high school, and Master’s athletes from a wide array of sports.
Here is a recent video of a Crew member from the University of Texas, Sara Walton:
Some of the alumni from our strength & conditioning program have gone on to excel at the collegiate level at schools such as: The University of Texas, The University of Oklahoma, The Naval Academy, Arizona State, Texas Christian University, Auburn, The University of Kansas, The University of West Virginia, as well as multiple division II and III athletic programs.
We have customized training programs for the following sports:
- Track & Field
- MMA & Jiu-Jitsu
- Endurance events: Triathalons, Ironman, etc
- Track Cycling
At KSC athletes are not trained in large groups or in a one size fits all program. Our athletes are placed on individualized custom programs designed for their sport and level of training advancement. Athletes are trained in a one on one setting or as part of a small group of 2-3.
Our Philosophy – Two Important Points for Athletes and Parents:
1. Physical strength is the foundation for all other athletic qualities. Without strength an athlete cannot build speed, power, or agility. Much time is wasted in large commercial training facilities on running mechanics, plyometrics, and agility drills. None of these things matter for an athlete who lacks a foundation of basic physical strength. And that’s basically all of them.
2. Local high schools (and many colleges) are not teaching your athlete how to lift weights. Sure, they are telling him/her to lift, but they receive little to no instruction on proper mechanics. The result is often injury or lack of progress.
At KSC, our focus is on building STRENGTH in our athletes through the proper application of basic barbell exercises. More importantly we take the time to teach our athletes how to lift weights properly before introducing heavier loads. We can do this because we do all of our training either one on one or part of a small group of 2-3. This ensures each athlete gets the individual attention he/she needs to succeed.