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Christian Ramirez Called Up to US Soccer Men's National Team
 
  United States national team interim head coach David Sarachan has called up Minnesota United forward Christian Ramirez for the annual January camp in Carson, California, which includes a friendly match against Bosnia and Herzegovina at StubHub Center on Sunday, January 28. The call-up is Ramirez’s first and comes after a fantastic debut season in Major League Soccer in 2017. “Superman,” as he is fondly nicknamed, was the Loons’ leading scorer during their inaugural campaign, scoring 14 goals in 30 appearances
 
                                 Click here for the full press release.

 

 

  Over 90 Compete Clients have Committed to Play College Sports
 

 Over 90 Compete clients have now committed to play college sports since 2009. Recent commitments include Andrew Noel (Cal State San Marcos Baseball), Remy Kaufman (Colgate University Soccer), Carly Townsend (University of Wisconsin Diving), Sophia Garrido (UC San Diego), Kennedy Shulman (UC San Diego Soccer), Caitlyn Ramirez (Lafayette University Soccer), Marc Bermudez (Seattle University Soccer), Sheridan Wikoff (Point Loma Soccer), Camryn 'Nemo' Carty (Indiana University Soccer), Aaron Murray (Concordia Univ. Wisc. Ice Hockey), Audie Shutler (Univ. of Chicago Soccer), Amy Aquino (Cal State Northridge Soccer), Ashley Tiffin (New Mexico State Soccer), Sam Ireland (UC Irvine Baseball), Peyton Burt (UC San Marcos Soccer), Kyle Oyama (Loyola Marrymount Baseball), Makenna Martin (George Fox Univ. Softball), Kailey Smith (University of Texas Soccer), Dani Spensiero (Miami of Ohio Soccer)

 

 

 

 

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.

   Athlete of the Month!
 
Jonathon Blum USA Hockey Olympic Team
 
 Jonathon Blum was recently named to the 2018 USA Hockey Men’s Olympic team. The 28 year old defenseman currently plays for HC Sochi in the KHL. A 2007 first round draft pick of the Nashville Predators has played 110 NHL games in his career. His junior career includes a Memorial Cup Championship with the Vancouver Giants and Captain of the USA World Junior team in 2009.

 

 
 

                                                                             

           Compete Athletic Trainers Keeping Local Athletes Safe!                               

 

   Compete provides Athletic Training services for many local clubs and teams. Compete Athletic Trainers are nationally certified and educated to provide first aid, evaluation and management of sports related injuries including concussions, strains, sprains, fractures and more. Compete currently services Capistrano Valley Christian School, OC All Stars Cheer and Dance, Santa Margarita Catholic High School Cheer, Saddleback Valley Pop Warner, Strikers FC ECNL, SoCal Blues ECNL and Academy, West Coast Futbol Club ECNL and Academy, Onatrio Avalanche Junior Hockey

 

 

 

                

Client Dustin Wolf Named WHL Goalie of the Week

 

Wolf had quite the performance his first two WHL games this weekend, guiding his team to road victories over the Kamloops Blazers and Portland Winterhawks as he made his WHL debut. Everett’s fifth-round selection from the 2016 WHL Bantam Draft (104th overall), Wolf made his debut Friday at the Sandman Centre in Kamloops, B.C., making 38 saves as the Silvertips picked up a 3-1 victory over the Blazers. Sunday against the division-powerhouse Portland Winterhawks, Wolf made 44 saves on 46 shots for his second win in as many attempts. Through two games, the 5-foot-11, 150-pound goaltender from Tustin has a perfect 2-0-0-0 record with a 1.50 goals-against average and a .965 save percentage.

 

 

Athletes

Train like a pro and dominate the competition with Sports Performance!

Adults

Get the physique you've been wanting! Get strong, look great, and live a healthier lifestyle!

 

 

Sports Rehab and Return to Play

Recover from your injury and return to your sport or activity quickly and safely!

In the News

Kariya and Selanne Elected to Hockey Hall of Fame
 
Congrats to Paul Kariya and Teemu Selanne on being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Kariya and Selanne were members of the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim while Compete owner Chris Philliips was the Head Athletic Trainer. 
 
Click here to read the press release.
 
 
 

Compete Wins Best of Lake Forest for 3rd Straight Year 

Compete Sports Performance and Rehab has been selected for the 2017 Best of Lake Forest Award in the Personal Trainer category by the Lake Forest Award Program.

Each year, the Lake Forest Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Lake Forest area a great place to live, work and play.

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2017 Lake Forest Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Lake Forest Award Program and data provided by third parties.

 

Compete Chosen for US Figure Skating National Network

 

US Figure Skating has selected Chris Phillips, owner of Compete Sports Performance and Rehab, as an affiliate of the US Figure Skating's National Network of Sports Medicine Scientists and Providers. The purpose of the network is to assist figure skating athletes in identifying providers knowledgeable and interested in figure skating sports medicine. Skaters will use the network in obtaining education about skating sports sciences or obtain an evaluation of a current issue.

For more information, please visit US Figure Skating.

 

 

Client Jake McGrew Drafted by the San Jose Sharks

Jake McGrew was selected by the San Jose Sharks in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. McGrew, a forward with the Spokane Chiefs of the WHL was selected in the 6th round, 159th overall. Prior to the Chiefs, the Orange native played for the Jr Kings 16 AAA team and amassed 28 goals and 18 assists for 47 points in 32 games. Jake will attend the Sharks Development Camp this summer.

 

 

 Compete Clients Stay Healthy

Sports Performance Training is not only for improving your game but also keeping healthy throughout a long, demanding season. Compete had 14 clients playing either junior, college or professional hockey during the 2016-2017 season. During the past season, these players played 597 games and only missed 46 due to injury. Compete mixes in flexibility, mobility and injury prevention exercises daily to help ensure that the athlete is fully prepared to play the game. 

 

Sarachan calls young, MLS heavy squad for USMNT including Compete Client Ramirez

Interim head coach Dave Sarachan announced a youthful roster for the US national team’s annual January camp on Monday, continuing the process of renewal as the program turns towards the 2022 World Cup in the wake of the crushing failure to qualify for Russia 2018. “We’re excited about our 2018 January Camp roster. It’s all about the future and opportunity,” said Sarachan in a federation release. “We clearly feel that we want to have a look at these players that have the chance to be a part of the national team for a number of years to come. It’s a long journey forward, but this is the first step starting in 2018 for the program and for these players to now get experience at this level.” Click here for the full release.

 

   The Importance of In Season Training in Hockey

The grind of a hockey season can take a toll on a player’s body. There can be upwards of 50-60 games, plus 2-3 practices a week and private training during a season that can run from August until USA Hockey Youth Nationals in April. This grind can break down the muscles in the body leading to decreased performance and possible acute or overuse injuries. A common oversight is to either stop dryland training during the season or to train the wrong systems leading to more breakdowns in the body.

Read the rest of Compete owner Chris Phillips' article in Cali Rubber Magazine