Barbell and Kettlebell Weights

Building the Complete Athlete

What sets us apart

I've spent the majority of my career as a part of a high-level sports performance staff for some of the top Division I collegiate & professional athletes in the country.  Just being an athlete at this level is not the same as instructing at this level. I know what college programs are looking for from an athletic performance point of view during the recruiting and evaluation process. I also know what you need to do right now - not only to reach that level, but to be able to compete and excel once you are there. If your goals are to be a college & professional athlete, there is no better place for you to train than at MVB where our experience and credentials speaks for itself.


Train with a Purpose

Max Velocity Baseball Academy offers long-term athletic development and sports-specific performance training for ALL ATHLETES.  By making sure we begin by building a strong foundation, we can successfully improve performance as well as decrease risk of injury. We also place an emphasis on training proper movement patterns, mobility, and stability.  Once these building blocks of athleticism are achieved, we can develop the strength, speed, power, agility, and sport-specific skills necessary for high level sports performance.

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Trust the Process

At Max Velocity, we tailor make customized programs based on each athlete's specific individual needs.  Generic programs can limit your potential, reinforce bad habits, or even cause issues that did not exist before. Our programs are designed to develop athletic performance by gaining strength, which is the foundation for building  speed, agility, power, and explosiveness.    

By ensuring we build our athletes from the ground up, we can combine functional strength with sport-specific athleticism. This attention to detail will set our athletes up to be more efficient in the movement patterns necessary to perform their specific sport. We also place an emphasis on increasing range of motion and strengthening the stabilizing muscles needed to control that motion. Once we have the stability and strength to be able to control our bodies in these movements, we can then have the ability to be more powerful and explosive within these movements.   

Our athletes will learn how to properly engage and transfer force from the lower body to the upper body. You can only speed up what you can slow down. These are the muscles that "put the brakes on" movement and are too often overlooked.  We also place a heavy emphasis on training rotational force. Training in this manner will help take a good athlete to the next level and is a key factor in injury prevention.