Get Fit NH Athlete Academy
Discover How To Become A Faster, Quicker and More Explosive Athlete
Dear Parent and Athlete,
Becoming a better athlete is more than about just getting stronger. That's just one piece of the total performance picture.
Here's some important questions to ask:
- How does that new found strength translate to the court, the field, or the track?
- Is the athlete remaining flexible and injury free?
- What about agility, coordination, reflexes and reaction?
- Leadership, focus and teamwork?
There is no magic here. No tricks to jumping higher and running faster. As an athlete you must walk in the doors with focus, determination and the willingness to work hard and then some.
Are You Ready To Dominate? Select The Best Option For You.
Current Athlete Academy Schedule & Clinics
It is our goal to make our training schedule flexible for both the in-season and off-season athlete. Choose from 4 times per month or 8 times per month training. We set it up that way so if you miss a week you can come in twice the next week. Just let your coach know your schedule so we can plan your program properly.
Athlete Academy Schedule
Wednesdays from 6:00pm to 7:15pm
Saturdays from 9:00am to 10:15am
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Thank you so much for coaching Sam in Athlete Academy. He has absolutely loved his experience with you and is thrilled with the results he has seen.
While it was a challenge at first to get a 16 year old to agree to go to an exercise class at 8a on Saturdays, he was hooked after the first class! He never complained about getting up early and was always ready to go, which as a parent is a real blessing. We knew it would be a good thing for him physically, but the group setting with you and his peers solidified his commitment.
Adam, Sam has found you to be the perfect coach. Your youthful enthusiasm and approachable manner have made the Academy workout fun. He also finds the group setting so enjoyable, and the friendly competition along with your encouragement have motivated him to work harder. As a result, he feels stronger, faster and more confident as an athlete. He has continued to reach personal records all season long in track (triple jump, long jump, 100 and 200m sprint) and attributes that to his training.
We know Sam will continue with the Academy in some form this summer and he looks forward to working with you to continue to get better, faster and stronger.
Ray Orzechowski and Anne LaForce for Sam Orzechowski
Parents. Concord, NH