May 21

Summer 2015 Hours

 

Summer is upon us!  We will be starting our “Summer Schedule” on Tuesday, May 26th.  We will be CLOSED on May 25th in observance of Memorial Day, but look forward to seeing all the family later that week!  Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Class Summer Schedule

 Summer Schedule

 

Sports Performance

Monday-Friday: 9am, 10am, 1pm, 2pm, 5pm, 6pm
Saturday: 9am “MADNESS”, 10am, 11am, 12pm

Sports Yoga

Monday: 715pm
Wednesday: 315pm

GetFit (Adult Class)

Monday-Friday: 6am

 

Apr 25

Athlete Spotlight: April 2015

We are proud of every one of our athletes, which is why monthly we will be doing “Athlete Spotlights” on athletes of our family.

 

April 2015: Gabby Gunnerson

Gunnerson Apr 2015

 

Height: 5’7″

Year in School/School: Senior/Blue Valley High School

Sports Played: Cross Country, Basketball, Track and Field

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Diamond Dixon (Team USA Track and Field athlete)

Sports Goal: Win the 2015 6A Kansas State Title in the 800m

Most Memorable Sports Experience: Beating my 800m rival on her home track during my junior year

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP31.5 years

Favorite Movement/Lift: Front Squat

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3The family atmosphere, working with talented athletes and coaches

Advice to Other Athletes: “Push yourself to turn your weaknesses into strengths.”

“We have been privileged to have Gabby with us over the last year and a half, and we could not be more proud of her accomplishments!  She is a multi-sport athlete that always finds time to get in to the gym to get better.  You can always find Gabby smiling no matter what she is doing!  It is such a fresh breath of air knowing that she has a passion for her sports and loves working hard to be the best she can be!  It is with her time management skills, hard work and goal oriented mindset that will take her to the University of Tulsa to further her academic and athletic career!  We know the future is bright for Gabby and we wish her the best of luck!”

Coach Kujat

Mar 21

Athlete Spotlight: March 2015

We are proud of every one of our athletes, which is why monthly we will be doing “Athlete Spotlights” on athletes of our family.

 

March 2015: Lilly Stafford

 

Stafford,L-Mar 2015

Height: 5’6″

Year in School/School: 6th Grade/Prairie Star Middle School

Sports Played: Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Shannon Vreeland (USA Olympic Swimming gold medalist)

Sports Goal: Make Sectionals in the 100m and 200m backstroke this summer (2015)

Most Memorable Sports Experience: Being on the 200m A Relay Team at the Championships, and breaking the all-time team and Missouri Valley record

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP37 months

Favorite Movement/Lift: Deadlift

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3Seeing everyone and myself push each other to become the best that they can be.

Advice to Other Athletes: “Don’t worry to try something new or go a little out of your comfort zone…..also DON’T TOUCH my blue pens.”

“Lilly is a joy to have in the weight room.  She always shows up with a positive attitude and a willingness to work hard.  She is consistently trying to improve herself and working to reach her goals.  She gets excited about new challenges and works to not only master them but to set a new personal record.  We look forward to watching Lilly grow and shatter more records throughout middle school and into high school.”

Coach Able

Mar 10

Athlete Spotlight: March 2015

We are proud of every one of our athletes, which is why monthly we will be doing “Athlete Spotlights” on athletes of our family.

 

March 2015: Jaxon Arthur

Arthur-Mar 2015

 

Height: 5’4″/115lbs

Year in School/School: 8th Grade, Lexington Trails Middle School

Sports Played: Baseball/Basketball

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Kevin Durant and Mike Trout

Sports Goal: Play Division 1 baseball and make it to the major leagues

Most Memorable Sports Experience: Catching a foul ball at the All Star Game in Kansas City

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP312 months

Favorite Movement/Lift: Heismans

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3Knowing that every time I come in that I will be pushed to my limits and get better

Advice to Other Athletes: “Hard work is better than talent any day of the week.”

“It has been a pleasure having Jaxon as a part of our program.  He brings a matured, driven, competitive attitude in every day and works tirelessly to complete the task given to him.  He serves as a great role model to his younger sister on how to act as well as how those that strive for success will become successful.  We look forward to watching Jaxon break onto the high school scene here in the next couple years!”

Coach Hemphill

Feb 23

Athlete Spotlight: February 2015

We are proud of every one of our athletes, which is why monthly we will be doing “Athlete Spotlights” on athletes of our family.

 

February 2015: Megan Hansel

 

Hansel Feb 2015

Height: 5’3″

Year in School/School: Senior, Blue Valley West

Sports Played: Softball (Committed to Lamar University)

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Mike Macfarlane

Sports Goal: Make it into the Division 1 NCAA Collegiate Softball Tournament 

Most Memorable Sports Experience: Getting second in the Louisville Slugger tournament in Colorado while facing a pitcher who threw 72 miles per hour

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP315 months

Favorite Movement/Lift: Ring Spiderman Pushups

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3: Interacting with all the athletes

Advice to Other Athletes: “Mental toughness is learned.  If you have the motivation you can acquire it.”

“Megan is a dedicated member of the PSP3 family as she is always willing to step up and help younger athletes.  She is determined to get better everyday and is an example to the other athletes.  She proves her mental toughness and embraces adversity daily whether it be in the weight room or on the field.  We wish Megan the best as she heads to Lamar University next fall, and we look forward to watching her progress in her softball career.”

Coach Able

Feb 10

Athlete Spotlight: February 2015

We are proud of every one of our athletes, which is why monthly we will be doing “Athlete Spotlights” on athletes of our family.

 

February 2015: Jordan Morton

Morton Feb 15

 

Height: 6’0″

Year in School/School: Senior, Olathe South High School

Sports Played: Basketball (Committed to McKendree University)

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Lauren Hill (https://www.facebook.com/laurensfightforcure)

Sports Goal: To be the best that I can be, and make those around me better

Most Memorable Sports Experience: Winning Nationals in Tampa, Florida for basketball in 2009 

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP310 months

Favorite Movement/Lift: Deadlift

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3The atmosphere because you’re pushing yourself to get better and have people to support you at the same time

Advice to Other Athletes: “Remember why you play and don’t let anyone take that away from you……AND put the date on your binder.”

“Jordan is the epitome of a hard worker.  She has proven to be consistent, dedicated and disciplined in her workouts on and off the court.  It is this incredible effort that has earned her a spot to play basketball at McKendree next season.  We never let her quiet, no frills persona fool us, because we know she is here silently assassinating some big weights!  It has been our honor to train Jordan, as she is a model for leading by example.  We wish her the best as she takes her talent, hard work and mental toughness on to the next level.”

Coach Kujat

Feb 02

Athlete Spotlight: February 2015

We are proud of every one of our athletes, which is why monthly we will be doing “Athlete Spotlights” on athletes of our family.

 

February 2015: Keller Agre

Keller

 

Height/Weight: 6’1″/195lbs

Year in School/School: Senior, Blue Valley North High School

Sports Played: Baseball (Committed to Cowley College)

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Nolan Ryan

Sports Goal: Moving on to a 4 year school after Cowley

Most Memorable Sports Experience: Pitching in Miller Park (home of the Milwaukee Brewers)

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP31.5 months

Favorite Movement/Lift: Deadlift

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3Team competitions and pushing myself in MADNESS

Advice to Other Athletes: “Be patient.  Never feel comfortable with the position you’re in.”

“It has been our pleasure to work with and watch Keller develop over the last year and a half.  Keller has a great mental approach to everything he does which is evident by his presence on the mound.  This demeanor on the mound is something that will take him far in his career as he is always ready for that next pitch, never getting rattled.  We are extremely excited for Keller to head down to Cowley and continue to grow into a dominant pitcher!”

Coach Hemphill

Dec 18

Holiday Hours

 

Holiday Hours

 

Monday, Dec 22: 10am (COLLEGE ATHLETES), 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 4pm

Tuesday, Dec 23: 10am (COLLEGE ATHLETES), 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 4pm

Wednesday, Dec 24: 10am (COLLEGE ATHLETES), 11am, 1pm, 2pm

Thursday, Dec 25: CLOSED

Friday, Dec 26: OPEN GYM 10am-1pm

Saturday, Dec 27: 10am, 11am, 12pm, 130pm (sports yoga)

 

Monday Dec, 29: 10am (COLLEGE ATHLETES), 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 4pm

Tuesday, Dec 30: 10am (COLLEGE ATHLETES), 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 4pm

Wednesday, Dec 31: 10am (COLLEGE ATHLETES), 11am, 1pm, 2pm

Thursday, Jan 1: CLOSED

Friday, Jan 2: OPEN GYM 10am-1pm

Saturday, Jan 3: 10am, 11am, 12pm, 130pm (sports yoga)

 

From our staff to your family we want to wish all of our athletes and their families a very Happy Holidays!

Dec 03

Athlete Spotlight: December 2014

We are proud of every one of our athletes, which is why monthly we will be doing and “Athlete Spotlight” on athletes of our family.

 

December 2014: Tyler Peterson

 

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Height/Weight: 6’3″/210lbs

Year in School/School: Senior, Rockhurst High School

Sports Played: Baseball (Committed to Drury University)

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Lou Gehrig

Sports Goal: Keeping playing at the next level, becoming a starter at Drury University and beyond

Most Memorable Sports Experience: Getting offered by Drury University to be a part of Coach Nasby’s baseball program in the fall of 2015

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP314 months

Favorite Movement/Lift: Fat bar inverted row

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3There are always athletes in my group that will push me and I will them as well.  The competition makes us better.

Advice to Other Athletes: “Never let anyone tell you that you cannot do something.  Always keep pushing for yourself, prove your critics wrong.”

“It has been our pleasure to be a part of Tyler’s developmental journey of this past year.  We have noticed a change in not only his physical abilities but also in his mental abilities to embrace adversity and overcome it.  It is through all of these changes that I have no doubt Tyler will be a crucial piece to Coach Nasby’s program down in Springfield.  We wish Tyler all the best and look forward to watching him break down any barrier that may come in his way.  Keep up the great work Tyler!”

Coach Hemphill

Nov 04

Athlete Spotlight: November 2014

We are proud of every one of our athletes, which is why monthly we will be doing and “Athlete Spotlight” on athletes of our family.

 

November 2014: Makayla Gooch

Makayla

 

Height/Weight: 5’1″

Year in School/School: Sophomore, Olathe South High School

Sports Played: Cross Country, Basketball

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Maya Moore

Sports Goal: Become faster and stronger so that I can elevate my game in basketball

Most Memorable Sports Experience: Getting 3rd in 6A KS State Basketball playoffs last year

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP314 months

Favorite Movement/Lift: Mobility time is the greatest time

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3Being able to workout in a great atmosphere that makes you want to get better everyday

Advice to Other Athletes: “Have fun while you workout!”

“Makayla is one of those athletes that just makes you smile.  She comes in everyday with a smile on her face ready to take on the task ahead, and that is really all a coach can ask for.  She embodies our philosophy of working hard and having fun at the same time.  Being shorter Makayla plays and trains with a chip on her shoulder, knowing that her physicality plays big role in her ability to win on the court.  It is this mentality that we love to see as she pushes not only herself but those around her everyday.  It is our utmost pleasure to work with Makayla and we look forward to watching her continue to grow!

Coach Hemphill

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