ELITE STRENGTH TRAINING AT SLAMMERS SOUTH WITH JAKE HAND
We help all athletes reach their goals.
Slammers and Elite Speed are excited to announce that Jake Hand will be training out of Slammers South along with the other Elite Speed Trainers. Jake Hand went to ThunderRidge High School and went on to play collegiately at Southern Illinois University. He brings a wealth of knowledge in baseball and strength training and has already been running our youth workouts!
We offer private (1-on-1) and semi-private (2-5 people) training. This allows us to give personalized instruction and address specific bio-mechanical and sport-specific needs. We also offer team training and open-facility / baseball-facility rentals. All private and semi-private training clients gain full access to weights, machines, and tunnels.
Private Training (1 on 1)
Private Training maximizes training performance by addressing individual athletic needs in a one-on-one session with a performance trainer. Full biomechanical movement analysis, sport-specified movement pattern coaching, strength training, and extended program design are completed for each athlete. Performance trainers will regularly assess athlete progress.
Semi-Private Training (2 – 5 max)
Semi-Private Training addresses multiple athletes’ specific needs by segmenting them within age and ability-specific small groups. Similar to private training, semi-private training offers fully individualized program design and analysis is given. The athlete/trainer ratio is kept to a maximum of 5:1. Sessions are arranged with an individual performance specialist.
Team performance training utilizes the benefits of team sport; synergy, cooperation, the understanding of multiple roles, individuality, passion, and leadership to foster growth. At Elite Speed we design and implement a detailed performance schedule to meet team goal objectives, as well as the individual goals of each athlete. Sessions consist of the fundamental components of strength, power, explosiveness, agility, flexibility, speed form, and balance. Team training is specialized and specific, addressing team tendencies and weaknesses, which then allows the performance specialist the best opportunity to improve all athletes. Trainer ratios are held at a maximum of 12:1.