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RS Athlete First sport performance

Why was I the best? What was my secret? I never got bored with the basics.

                                           -Kobe Bryant

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the best way to start

Two sessions per week with a focus on learning foundational movement skills and basic training concepts. Athletes will focus on understanding techniques needed for strength, power, and speed development (in that order) which will prepare them for more advanced programs later.

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don't waste the off-season

Athletes focus on technical proficiency learning to progressively overload movements & begin more advanced, higher speed exercises (i.e., Olympic lifts) & drills for explosive force. They'll learn to optimally prepare for competitive seasons through a periodized year-round program.

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get strong / get skills / have fun

While sports performance often uses variations of weightlifting movements, weightlifting is also a competitive sport with age divisions from 13-80+! We offer personalized programming & instruction in the highly technical competitive lifts this sport requires. 


Athleticism-based strength training, thorough instruction, and a focus on movement competency


Olympic lifting, plyometrics, med ball training, jumping and landing techniques

movement skills

Acceleration, deceleration, linear speed, and change-of-direction

injury reduction

Mobility, stability, & nutrition, plus recovery tips and techniques

every program is designed for



All athletes, regardless of sport, need the same foundational skills to stay safe and maximize performance. Sports performance training is more than hustle and sweat; it's a year-round, cyclical process that requires science-based, intentional programming; proper technique; consistency; and quality rest & recovery. To optimize performance, strength and conditioning programming must consider variables (frequency, intensity, and workload) throughout various phases of the competition year (e.g., In season vs. offseason). During the off-season, our priority is developing physical traits that will be the foundation for increasing sports performance (e.g., strength, power, speed, etc.). During the in-season, we reduce to maintenance loads to maximize recovery and allow athletes to shift their priority to sport-specific skills on the field, court, ice etc. 


Coach Jen Enos uses her expertise to get athletes to the next level of their game. Her athletes gain strength, power, speed, and, most importantly, lifelong skills that help them dominate the competition now and continue to train safely & effectively throughout their lives. 



Young athletes develop at various rates. We design training programs with the best interest of the athlete and their performance in mind, considering fluctuations in physical and social maturation.

long-term athletic development

Developing athletic traits should be a primary goal for all youth. Mastering a wide range of skills and qualities helps to encourage a lifetime of engagement of sport and physical activity.


Our staff is made up of qualified professionals with the ability to not only develop appropriate programs but can also effectively communicate with young athletes in a positive learning environment.

periodized training program

We use a systematic approach to manage workload, intensity, and recovery based on time of season to reduce the risk of over-training/injury and maximize progress. 

more about coach jen

have you met her? she's awesome. She...

  • is K-12 teacher with degrees in Kinesiology (BS) and Phys Ed (BEd)

  • received a scholarship to play basketball at Humboldt State U

  • was an NSCA Strength & Conditioning All American

  • competes in Olympic weightlifting at a National level

  • trained everyone from K-12 athletes to law enforcement/SWAT officers

  • has a dog named Jack--just look at him!

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