“To be number one, you have to train like you’re number two” ~Maurice Green

There are three types of athletes. There are those that overcome their deficits through grit and training. There are those that get by on their own natural athletic talents. And there are those that become the best they can be – maximizing their potential through perseverance, practice, and growth.
Young athletes that dedicate themselves to safe, productive strength training, conditioning, and more are the ones that are going to be the most successful. That is why we at Young Athlete Hub offer many different training tools and information including:

— Coaching
— Health and Nutrition
— Speed Training
— Strength Training
— General Workouts

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New Information To Prevent Your ACL From Tearing

By |April 3rd, 2018|Basketball, Conditioning, Featured, Fitness, Injury Prevention, Soccer|

The Notre Dame women’s basketball team just won their second NCAA basketball championship in spectacular fashion.  Two buzzer beater shots in both the Final Four and the championship game captured the title for them. What I found amazing is that this team had four players injured due to tearing their ACL.  I don’t know if [...]

Maybe We Should Start Teaching Our Athletes How To Fall

By |January 30th, 2018|Featured, Fitness, Injury Prevention, Workouts|

During my daughter’s soccer season, I witnessed an athlete fall and get a concussion.  I witnessed two other athletes fall and break their wrists.  Last year, we had three athletes that fell breaking their wrist (only one while actually training at our place – accidents happen).  You start to fall and automatically reach behind you [...]