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Evolve Sports Performance

Our sports performance program provides a proven approach to building well rounded, ELITE athletes.  We train our athletes to move as efficiently as possible in a monitored environment before we get on field.  This program will build a great balance of strength, power, core, explosiveness, & stabilization.  We design our programs around proven protocols that have built great athletes not just in the gym but more importantly on the field, court, or ice, etc. You will gain strength and power, move faster and more efficiently, & become more explosive following this program. 



Equipment: Barbells, dumbells, medicine balls, rowers, assault bikes, GHD, kettlebells & pull up bars.
What to Bring: Water, towel, heart rate monitor (optional)
Class Length: 60 minutes

Members: 8 Sessions/Mth $89, 12 Sessions/Mth $119, Unlimited Sessions/Mth $149
Pricing is EFT Minimum of 3 Months  •  Non-Member Pricing Available

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Kyle Bergman
Director of Fitness & Sports Performance here at ClubWorx.

Kyle is certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Registered Strength & Conditioning Coach (RSCC). Prior to his role with ClubWorx, Kyle spent 7 years with the Detroit Tigers as a Strength and Conditioning Coach. Not only has he worked with some of MLB's top athlete he has worked with elite athletes in the NBA, NFL, NHL, and USL.

Jim Buckley
Certified strength and conditioning specialist through the national strength and conditioning association.

Buckley has spent 2020 as a minor league strength and conditioning coach with the Seattle Mariners at their High-A affiliate. Prior to his work with the Mariners, Buckley spent 2019 working as a performance coach at the High-A affiliate for the Houston Astros. Buckley graduated from Castleton University in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in exercise science, where he also played on the baseball team in all four of his years at the school.