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5 Fun Games to Develop Movement Skills & Agility

Making training into a fun game is a sneaky way to get athletes to give even more effort during sessions.  It’s also a great tool to incorporate into training because it more closely resembles competitive play where movements are random, and athletes are forced to react quickly and decisively.   At my gym, the Boost […]


Boost Training Systems is a reseller of Thorne supplements, one of the best suppliers of performance products in the country.  All products provided at our gym are NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) certified for sport. What does NSF certification mean?  According to the NSF: Choosing a product certified by NSF lets you know the company complies […]

Boost Training Systems OPENS Monday, June 22, 2020

We are proud to announce we will be reopening Monday, June 22, 2020. To ensure we are staying safe and compliant, we have implemented the following guidelines: Encouraged physical distancing during speed and strength sessions. Facial coverings are recommended, but not required. All sessions are groups of 12 or less and reservations must be made […]

How To Gain Speed- Movement Exercises for Sprinters (Youth/High School/College/Pro) Part 1

There aren’t many sports where speed is not a huge asset.  The quest to get faster is what I hear from athletes and parents 95% of the time at my gym, the Boost Performance Center in Corona CA.  The ability to gain speed is accessible to every athlete who’s willing to work for it, though […]

Dear Student-Athletes

Dear Student-Athletes, in the wake of George Floyd… You Have a Voice at Boost As a gym/private school owner I wear different hats with my student-athletes.  As a certified strength and conditioning specialist my job is to provide science based programs to improve athletic performance.  As a coach, I need to motivate my athletes to […]

What to do if you aren’t Seeing Improvement

Here at the Boost Performance Center in Corona CA, we know that any good strength & conditioning coach (such as myself *wink*) is constantly looking at the data derived from their athletes in order to drive results: How much has an athlete’s speed improved? Have they gotten stronger? What asymmetries may exist? Injury history? Overall […]