Nov 23

Thanksgiving Schedule

 

Below is our schedule for the Thanksgiving Holiday:

 

Monday, Nov 21- Wednesday, Nov 23

10am- College/Pro Athletes

3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm- Regular Classes

 

Thursday, Nov 24

CLOSED

 

Friday, Nov 25

10:00am-12:00pm: Open Gym

 

Saturday, Nov 26

9:00am- MADNESS

10:00am, 11:00am- Regular Classes

 

We hope that everyone has a great Thanksgiving!  Enjoy and cherish your family time!

Aug 30

Labor Day Schedule

There will be NO afternoon/evening classes on Monday, September 5th.  There will be OPEN GYM from 9am-11am for any athletes wanting to get in to get their workout in.  If you have any questions please contact Coach Hemphill.

Aug 24

Senior Spotlight 2016: Jake Hahn

We are proud of all of the hard work of each one of our seniors! Learn more about them below:

 

Senior 2016: Jake Hahn

Hahn Senior 2016

 

Height/Weight: 5’10″/180lbs

Year in School/School: Freshmen/Des Moines Area Community College (Basehor-Lindwood High School)

Sports Played: Baseball

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Matt Carpenter

Sports Goal: Be the best that I can be, take my baseball career as far as I can

Most Memorable Sports Experience: My first home run!

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP31 year

Favorite Movement/Lift: Squat or anything involving forearms

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3The competitiveness but still being a family

Advice to Other Athletes: “Always strive to be the best!”

“I am extremely proud of Jake’s decision to further his education and baseball career at DMACC.  A lot of athletes would be freaking out if they had not signed before the summer going into college but Jake did not let it slow him down.  He kept his head down and continued to work, knowing that all the pieces would fall into place.  He is a great fit for DMACC, who will give them not only a great defensive middle infielder but will also turn up the pressure on offense with his speed.  This summer he put all of his effort into physically preparing himself for his freshmen fall in college and I have no doubt he will continue to work his tail off to keep his teammates performing at their best.  We wish Jake only the best and look forward to seeing him back this winter in prep for a big spring at DMACC!”

Coach Hemphill

Aug 17

Senior Spotlight 2016: AJ Johnson

We are proud of all of the hard work of each one of our seniors! Learn more about them below:

 

Senior 2016: AJ Johnson

 

Johnson Senior 2016

Height/Weight: 6’1″/185lbs

Year in School/School: Freshmen/Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville (Blue Valley High School)

Sports Played: Baseball

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Alex Gordon

Sports Goal: Add 3 mph to my fastball and get some innings my freshmen year

Most Memorable Sports Experience: Winning Kansas 6A Regionals and getting the most wins in school history my senior year

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP32 years

Favorite Movement/Lift: Deadlift and Groin Massacre

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3The family feel and having fun will working hard

Advice to Other Athletes: “Hard work goes a long way.”

“I am so proud of AJ and the steps he has taken to get himself ready for SIUE.  He comes from a high school that is lined with talent, making it tough to get innings in on Varsity his junior year.  Rather than deterring him it only lit a fire under AJ that has carried him all the way to where he is today, primed to go into college with a great shot of getting some innings as a freshmen.  It is has been our privilege to work with AJ in helping him become a better all around pitcher by increasing his flexibility and power off of the mound.  AJ has done an amazing job focusing on a goal he has had and never letting anything get in his way.  I believe it is that focus that will allow AJ to become a great part of the Cougar program at SIUE.  We wish AJ only the best in his first fall in Edwardsville and we look forward to seeing him and Jackson Layton on the field in the spring!”

Coach Hemphill

Aug 10

School Class Schedule

Class School Schedule

 

 

Unlimited Program (up to 6x per week)

Monday- 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm

Tuesday- 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm

Wednesday- 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm

Thursday- 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm

Friday- 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm

Saturday- 10:00am, 11:00am

 

 

Limited Program (2x per week)

Monday- 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm

Tuesday- 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm

Wednesday- 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm

Thursday- 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm

Friday- 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm

Saturday- 10:00am, 11:00am

*be sure to contact us to learn about our special schedule for in-season athletes*

 

Sports Specific Yoga (MEMBERS ONLY)

Monday- 7:45pm

Wednesday- 7:45pm

Thursday- 7:45am-8:30am

 

 

GetFit3 (Adult Fitness Class)

Monday- 6:00am

Tuesday- 6:00am

Wednesday- 6:00am

Thursday- 6:00am

Friday- 6:00am

Aug 04

Senior Spotlight 2016: Jared Demmel

We are proud of all of the hard work of each one of our seniors! Learn more about them below:

 

Senior 2016: Jared Demmel

 

Demmel Senior 2016

Stats: 6’2″/180lbs

Year in School/School: Freshmen/Cowley County Community College (Blue Valley High School)

Sports Played: Baseball

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Jake Arrieta

Sports Goal: Play Division 1 baseball

Most Memorable Sports Experience: Coming into the KS Regional Championship game to pitch with the bases loaded and getting out of it without giving up a run

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP32 years

Favorite Movement/Lift: Deadlift

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3I really like the family atmosphere inside the gym, and I also like how everyone is willing to help/push each other

Advice to Other Athletes: “Set goals and don’t let anyone hold you back by telling you that you can’t do something.”

“We have seen Jared blossom into a machine not only in the weight room but also on the mound these past two years.  Jared went from being a fringe player to a 2nd Team All State pitcher, something I feel speaks leaps and bounds about his determination and drive to get better.  It has been my pleasure pushing Jared to be his best, I know he came in daily with the intent to get better than he was the day before.  Though quiet Jared is an extremely competitive person that thrives when a challenge in put in front of him, which I feel will help him immensely as he heads down to Arkansas City to play for the Cowley County Tigers.  Cowley is one amazing Junior College program, but I have no doubt Jared will push to make a name for himself from the first day he steps on campus.  I look forward to watching him progress this fall and make a run to be in the rotation in 2017!”

Coach Hemphill

Aug 01

Fall Parent Meeting

We will be having a parent meeting on August 8th from 7:45pm-8:15pm.  Topics that will be discussed during this time:

- Philosophy of our program

- Year long programming and class schedule

- Sports Yoga

- New things added to our program this year

We hope to see you all there!  If you are not able to make it and would like information on what you missed please contact Coach Hemphill at nathan@psp3.biz

Our staff is looking forward to a great 2016-2017 school year!

Aug 01

Senior Spotlight 2016: Garrett Stephens

We are proud of all of the hard work of each one of our seniors! Learn more about them below:

 

Senior 2016: Garrett Stephens

Stephens Senior 2016

 

 

Stats: 6’0″/185lbs

Year in School/School: Freshmen/Hutchinson Community College (Shawnee Mission Northwest High School)

Sports Played: Baseball

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Salvador Perez

Sports Goal: Start my freshmen year at Hutch

Most Memorable Sports Experience: Getting second place in State my junior year

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP33 years

Favorite Movement/Lift: Squats

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3The competitiveness of conditioning

Advice to Other Athletes: “You get out what you put in.”

“It has been such a pleasure to be a part of Garrett’s development over these past three years.  Garrett came in as someone who had not really been a weight room guy but has turned that completely around, becoming one of our strongest baseball guys in the program.  The drive and motivation that Garrett brings daily has lead to him being a 3 year starter behind the plate for Shawnee Mission Northwest, something he only dreamed about when he started with us.  I give Garrett full credit for the progress that he has made over the years, he followed the blueprint that we created for him to a T.  I am so excited for what the future holds for him, he has a great chance to start at Hutch his first season and I know he will go out there and compete for that position daily.  We wish Garrett the best and look forward to watching him call the game from behind the plate this coming spring!”

Coach Hemphill

Jul 29

Senior Spotlight 2016: Tess Gray

 

We are proud of all of the hard work of each one of our seniors! Learn more about them below:

 

Senior 2016: Tess Gray

 

Gray, T Senior 2016

Year in School/School: Freshmen/Fort Hays State University (Blue Valley Southwest High School)

Sports Played: Softball

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Natasha Watley

Sports Goal: Continue to get stronger and faster, see the field as a freshmen and win a National Championship during my time at Fort Hays

Most Memorable Sports Experience: Beating undefeated St. Thomas Aquinas to go to State my sophomore year after they run ruled us both game during the regular season

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP310 months

Favorite Movement/Lift: Ladders and Back Squats

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3I like the family atmosphere, everyone is working towards a common goal to get better.  I also like having my own specific program as well as the competitiveness of conditioning.

Advice to Other Athletes: “Go all out, all the time.  Give 110% every day.”

“We have really enjoyed having Tess with us these past months.  She has done such an amazing job taking the challenges we have put in front of her and accomplishing them daily.  From the summer running program to the challenges of getting her ready for the Fort Hays weight room, Tess has shown up daily ready to get to work.  Being one of the only catchers on her summer team she had to catch almost every inning of every game this past summer, but you could guarantee that she would be in first thing Monday making sure she was working on her recovery.  It is athletes like Tess that we really enjoy having in our program, athletes that understand you have to do all of the small things to equal a greater whole.  We wish Tess nothing but the best, Fort Hays is getting one amazing young woman that is going to do wonders for them behind the plate.  We look forward to getting see her in action this coming year!”

Coach Hemphill

Jul 27

Senior Spotlight 2016: Alex Riedel

We are proud of all of the hard work of each one of our seniors! Learn more about them below:

 

Senior 2016: Alex Riedel

Riedel Senior 2016

 

Year in School/School: Freshmen/Loras College (St. Thomas Aquinas High School)

Sports Played: Baseball and Cross Country (playing baseball in college)

Favorite All Time Athlete(s): Albert Pujols

Sports Goal: Get stronger and faster in preparation for college

Most Memorable Sports Experience: Hitting on the field at the 2012 Home Run Derby at Kauffman Stadium 

How Long Have You Been Training at PSP31.5 years

Favorite Movement/Lift: Sled Pushes

Favorite Part of Training at PSP3I like the personalized programs, as well as it’s pretty cool working out alongside professional athletes.

Advice to Other Athletes: “Enjoy the ride because you can’t play your sport forever.”

“It has been my pleasure having the opportunity to work with Alex these past 9 months.  Alex shows up every day ready to get to work, striving to be better every day.  Coming from a very talented baseball program it was hard for Alex to get a lot of starting time on the Varsity level but that did not deter him.  He is a team player that will do whatever the coaches asks to help the team.  It is that determination and selflessness that has lead Alex to have the opportunity to further his academic career as well as play baseball for Loras College.  Our entire staff is very happy for him, I think that he has found a great school where he can be a key starter or reliever for the Duhawks in time.  We wish Alex the best and look forward to watching him continue to develop!”

Coach Hemphill

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