Client Aaron Madsen recently committed to New England College to play ice hockey. Aaron currently plays for the Washington Junior Nationals of the EJHL. Aaron joins Taylor Keating as another recent commitment to the UNiversity of Oregon for Acro and Tumbling.
Other commitments include Melanie Spensiero to the University of North Carolina Greensboro to play Women's Soccer and four members of the El Toro High School's Girls Water Polo Team, Delaney Riley (UCSB), Allison Skaggs (Michigan),Emily Browning (Michigan) and Valerie Spezzifari (Cal Baptist).
Welcome To Compete Sports Performance & Rehab!
Our performance and rehab programs have been developed utilizing our experience in professional sports, including the National Hockey League, Men's & Women's Professional Soccer, US Soccer, and Professional Football.
Improve your speed & acceleration, power, functional, and core strength, while reducing injuries.
Protect Your Athletes With Proper Concussion Management!
In affiliation with Sports Medicine Physician Dr. Koutures, Compete Sports Performance & Rehab will begin offering SCAT 2 and ImPact concussion testing services to the athletic community!
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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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Lake Forest Hockey Off Ice Summer Programs
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.
Compete to Provide Athletic Training and Performance Services for OC All-Stars Cheer and Dance
Compete Sports Performance & Rehab (Compete), owner Chris Phillips and the OC All Stars Cheer and Dance organization have announced a partnership today in which Compete will be the official provider of sports medicine and strength and conditioning services for the highly successful Cheer and Dance Squads new Training Center located in Foothill Ranch, CA.
Compete, which is headquartered in Lake Forest, CA, is a sports performance and injury rehab center well recognized for training professional, collegiate, and youth athletes in the Orange County area. Owner Chris Phillips, who has over 20 years experience working in professional sports (National Hockey League, Professional Football, Professional Soccer, and other), will be responsible for implementing a brand new sports medicine and strength program for the OC All Stars Cheer and Dance team. “We have been working with John Neville (owner) and Dana Fielding (CheerPros Coach of the Year) for six years and look forward to helping more Cheer Athletes remain healthy and obtain their goals” stated Chris Phillips.
Check Out Compete's Article on Utilizing the Foam Roll in this Issue of High School Illustrated
Foam rollers have been around for years and can be an integral part of your workout whether you are a pro athlete, high school star or weekend warrior. They can be found in most Athletic Training Rooms, Physical Therapy Clinics, Strength and Conditioning facilities and even your local gym. The rollers are shaped like a cylinder and come in many different lengths, densities and sizes. They are used for soft tissue mobilization or more commonly called self massage. The idea is to use your own bodyweight to apply pressure to a sore, tight or spasmed area against the foam roll. You can either focus on one spot or role the length of the muscle to help release the tension that has been built up during training, competition or daily life.
To read the rest of the article click here. for the digital image. The article is on page 20-21.