TEAM TRAINING:  1 Team, 1 Trainer, 1 Goal
K2 will develop a comprehensive sport-specific Strength & Conditioning Program to fit the needs of both coach and athletes, all on your team's schedule. Onsite & Offsite options available. Team training programs give teams the opportunity to enhance overall chemistry while improving individual player development at the same time.

Season: (12 Weeks)

  • 2X Week = $500...
  • ​3X Week = $550

Monthly Unlimited = $250

  • 10 Session Package= $250
  • 20 Session Package = $450

Student Personal Training = $60/hr
Semi-Private Training (2 - 3) =$75/hr
6 + Athletes (Team Rate) = $150/hr.

ATHLETIC Performance training

We build better athletes

Today, no one should need convincing of the need for athlete-specific training to optimize performance and prevent injury – the stronger the athlete, the faster the athlete becomes....the better they will perform.

K2 Athletic Development Training has been proven at every level of competition. Each program is designed to provide our athlete’s with a clear path to safely and efficiently become a faster, stronger and more powerful athlete.   

When developing our athletes, we prioritize correcting their physical limitations (strengthening weak muscles, improving flexibility, proper movement patterns, etc.) first, which better prepares the athlete to maximize their strength and power, which translates to improved sports performance.  Each athlete masters proper lifting techniques and movements

OUR Philosophy - Train Like an Athlete......Move Like an Athlete

Sports Performance Training - High School / College

Complete athletes must have strength, speed & skills.  The truth is that each one of these areas relies on the other. It’s hard for an athlete to improve speed without improving maximal and/or relative strength. It’s also hard for an athlete to become more skilled without improving speed. 
Strength…Get Stronger: Strengthen the legs, core, and upper body. This will increase joint stability and create higher amounts of force.
Speed…Get Faster: Use strength and balance to create speed, power, and agility.  Jumping, sprinting, reacting, and rapidly changing direction are all skills we teach our athletes.
Skills…Become more skilled: Correct, sport specific movements are practiced until mastered.  We taech movement of technical sport specific skills such as throwing, twisting, dodging, etc.

Athletic Development Training - Middle School

Biomechanics and systematic strength are the primary focus of our Athletic Development Training Program.  We concentrate on individual weaknesses and developing athletic skills. This program addresses 2 critical areas of training: 
1st: Advancement of dynamic movement skills.  Our Athletes learn how to move efficiently which is critical in developing speed at the next level.
2nd: Develop a foundation for explosive strength and with the longer term goal of building a powerful athlete.  A strong foundation and efficient movement’s patterns are a critical part of our training.


Strength and Conditioning 101

Our goal is to teach the student how to work out safely, efficiently and on their own.  We educate them on why the need to include train for strength, cardio, and flexibility in each workout and how to put it all together.  Each training session will consist of a full body workout, however everyone will be encouraged to go at their own pace.  This is an incredible program for the senior going off to college or just the overwhelmed student who needs to exercise.


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​Whether wanting to make the team, or striving to attain the next level of sport or fitness, our process remains the same; provide the absolute highest quality training and coaching, bar none.

Q and A  - Updated as questions come up

Q:  How many athletes are in a group?

A: We try to keep the groups under 6 athletes.  Sometimes they are larger, but only when the athletes are experienced and demonstrate proper form and technique.  

Q: What happens if an athlete can not make a training session?
A:  They are encouraged to join another group and make the session up that week or add another day the following week.

Q:  How many days a week should an athlete train?

A:  This all depends on the results they want! Three or four sessions week is ideal. Training is the same as everything else in life - you get out exactly what you put in.  We educate our athletes on living a healthy life 24 hours a day, but the more time at the gym, the better.

Dates: NOVEMBER 27th - MARCH 2ND(12 Week Programs)

High School Sports Performance Training: (Available Times)
Monday: 5:00

Tuesday: 4:00

Wednesday: 5:00 pm

Thursday: 4:00 pm  
Saturday / Sunday - Check schedule weekly
Middle School Athletic Development (Available Times)
Monday 4:00 p.m.

Tuesday: 5:00 pm

Wednesday: 4:00 pm

Thursday: 5:00 pm

Friday: 4:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday - 11 am - Must register 2 days prior  

3:00 - 4:00 pm Monday - Friday ( Open Gym for High School / College Athletes for make-up Make-up or Self workouts)

*Grammer School Athletic Development Call for evaluation and times  
**Athletes can join late if space is available (fees will be pro-rated)
***Athletes may join other groups based on abilities
****Personal Training and Small Group training is available