You’re looking for a sports performance program that helps young athletes reach the next level and perform better at life. You want the only program that includes a specific plan to help teens and adolescent athletes set and achieve goals they never thought possible, both on and off the field, helps them build confidence and teaches them the things they need to know to win and succeed at life. You want the All-Age Performance Training System™.
Off-Season Training with Coach Tom helped Lily develop a better sense of personal strengths. -Rebecca Ketcham, Mom
The Physical Side:
All-Age Performance Training is designed to meet the demands of adolescent and teen girls and boys for a difference people can see. Gone are the days of week after week of a one-size-fits-all routine. All-Age Performance Training implements a variety of challenging 3-Dimensional Exercises and teaches young athletes what they need to know to be at the top of their game.
"I really benefited from the box jumps, weighted squats, anything with a BOSU or medicine ball. Outside the sprints and shuffling really benefited me and my athletic ability.” -Emily Stewart, Mead High School Volleyball
"I entrusted both of my kids with Coach Tom Dueber from middle school all the way through high school. Using the All-Age Performance Training System he developed sports specific training programs which really helped them achieve their goals while preventing injury. I have seen the results on and off the court and field." -Stacy Bradbury, Parent of High School Volleyball Player and High School Football Player
Learn Time Management:
The All-Age Performance Training System™ introduces young athletes to time-management techniques to help them stay on task and succeed at all that they do.
"Attend the All-Age Performance Training Programs because is is very helpful physically and mentally. It pushed my to my limits and I got better." - Victoria Thorne, Mead High School Volleyball
Master Social Media:
Learn how to build a personal identity and “brand” through social media and market to schools, sports programs and potential employers.
Confidence and Self-Esteem:
Teens and adolescents learn to accept failure as a part of learning and growing and eventually succeeding increasing their confidence both on and off the playing field.