Celebrate 6 great years this April with Compete! In just 6 years, we have seen clients drafted in the NHL and MLS, turn professional and had over 45 college commitments. Celebrate with us and share your experiences. We will be running specials all month starting below.
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Congrats to client Chad Sasaki on commiting to Colorado College to play Ice Hockey. Chad joins over 40 Compete clients who have committed to play college sports since 2009. Recent commitments include Raffi Bucur (Air Force Academy Soccer), Jake Smeltzer (Cal Poly SLO Football), Connor Hill (U Penn Football), Maddie Zimmerman (Biola University Soccer), Amanda Healy (Cal State Stanislaus Soccer), Jack Ireland (Cal State Fullerton Golf), Connor Plutko (Washburn University Baseball) and Nikki Langley (Utica College Ice Hockey and Water Polo).
Welcome To Compete Sports Performance & Rehab!
Our services provide professional care for individuals by creating training and rehab programs that are specific to our clients needs and goals. These programs have been developed utilizing the latest research along with our experience in professional sports, including the National Hockey League, Men's & Women's Professional Soccer, US Soccer, and Professional Football.
Become a better athlete by improving your speed & acceleration, power, strength and core stability while reducing injuries or return from an injury even better than you were prior to your injury. Be treated like a pro.
Noah Thompson, a senior safety and wide receiver is a member of the Trabuco Hills High School football team that won a CIF title this past year. Noah was recognized by the California Football Federation as an outstanding scholar athlete for a high GPA and being named First Team All League. He also received the Paul Schwegler award for the top OC Scholar Athlete. Noah will be attending Cal Poly SLO next year.
Compete Clients Advance to Pacific District Camp
Congrats to Compete clients Sam Anzai, Chad Sasaki, Jack Lippis, Jordan Bonner, Slava Demin, Dustin Wolf and Nicholas Kent on being chosen to attend the USA Hockey Pacific District Camp.
Former Hockey Trainer Turns Strength and Performance into Business Success.
Opening a new business when the economy began taking the worst downturn since the Great Depression may have prompted many people to believe that Chris Phillips had taken too many pucks to the noggin during his 15 years of professional ice hockey.
Phillips had become a board certified athletic trainer and strength and conditioning coach, and for six years was the Head Athletic Trainer for the Mighty Ducks. He had worked with many of the top NHL and Arena Football League players in the country and at the time had just moved into women’s professional soccer as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Los Angeles Sol...
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In the News
Compete's Hockey Off Ice Development Programs Have Begun
Compete to Provide Athletic Training Services for the OC Blues Pro Soccer Club
Compete is glad to announce that they will return with the OC Blues FC for the 2015 season. Compete provides Athletic Training services for the team who plays in the USL-Pro League which serves as a minor league for MLS. Compete Athletic Trainers evaluate, treat and manage injuries for the Blues players. The team practices at the Great Park in Irvine and plays their home games at UC Irvine. Visit the Blues website at www.ocbluesfc.com for more info or to purchase tickets.
Functional Movement Screens and Sports Performance Testing
We are very pleased to announce that Compete Sports Performance & Rehab will now be offering Functional Movement Screens (FMS) and Performance Testing services. The FMS is a reliable baseline to screen and evaluate movement which is key to providing information valuable in devising performance programs as well as risk of injury and is currently used in the NFL Combine. Compete's Performance Testing includes weight, bodyfat, 20 yard dash, pro agility shuttle run, vertical jump and kneeling medicine ball throw. More tests such as 40 yard dash and bench press may be added as needed. The two services will be administered together on an individual basis to athletes looking to monitor their progress and and receive a more personal training plan. We suggest that the services be repeated every two to three months to see the athlete's personal gains.
Compete Announces Combine Skills Camp
Compete Sports Performance and Rehab is introducing CORE testing strategies to all athletes looking to improve their athletic testing numbers. This 4 week camp will prepare you to test better in the four main combine tests. Learn proven techniques in the:
40 Yard Dash---5-10-5 Pro Shuttle---Vertical Jump---Kneeling Medicine Ball Toss
By improving these core combine testing scores, athletes will increase their visibility during the off-season combine period along with developing their overall athletic ability. Training will include pre and post-camp assessment. The camp will be held on four consecutive Saturdays, May 9, 16, 23 and 30 from 10:30-noon. The camp will be held at Capistrano Valley Christian School, 32032 Del Obispo St., San Juan Capistarano. Cost is $159 in advance or $175 on the day of the event.
Compete is now Using the Halo to Strengthen the Neck and Reduce Concussions
One of the best ways to help prevent concussions is to build a stronger neck. A stronger neck dissipates force from violent contact much more effectively. The Halo builds a stronger neck using horizontal rotary resistance.
Check out Halo's website at www.halostrong.com.
Contact us today for a free trial and see how you can build a stronger neck.