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ASF specializes in training programs designed to make athletes better at their sport and improve confidence, self-esteem and character. Whatever the goal – speed, agility, quickness, strength, power, conditioning – we guarantee that we can help. A few of the training principles that will be utilized include:

  • running mechanics
  • acceleration and deceleration
  • jumping and landing mechanics
  • multi-directional speed
  • strength and power development

The ASF philosophy blends ideas from the disciplines of exercise science, coaching and athletic skill development to design and implement all training protocols. ASF also trains a diverse list of adults, including martial artists, business professionals and the occasional meathead :-) . If you are sick and tired of renting equipment from a commercial gym for a monthly fee and not getting the results or attention you deserve, I encourage you to try the alternative. Our belief for athletes and adults is simple: Show up and we’ll do the rest! Results are in direct proportion to your commitment, attendance and discipline in following the guidance and direction of the program. The ASF training team invites you to step ‘outside the box’ of traditional programming and find out what it really means to TRAIN! We welcome the opportunity to earn your business. On behalf of the ASF staff, thank you for visiting.

– Tony Poggiali Owner, ASF

Speed, Agility & Quickness

Key Concepts:

  • Running Mechanics/Coordination (How to run)
  • Acceleration
  • Deceleration
  • Changing of Direction
  • Reaction Time/Response Time
  • Jumping/Landing/Leaping/Hopping

Strength & Power Development

Key Concepts:

  • General to Specific Strength
  • Relative Strength (how strong you are relative to your bodyweight)
  • Push/Pull
  • Level Changes (i.e. Squat, Deadlift, Lunge Patterns)
  • Core Bracing
  • Safe, Appropriate, Effective

Mental & Psychological

Key Concepts:

  • Focus and “Coach-ability”
  • Confidence
  • Improved Self-esteem
  • Fun and Engagement
  • Problem Solving and Strategizing
  • Discipline