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Aquinas Volleyball Gains Edge With Off-Season Training Program

Strength and conditioning at the small college level can be challenging. Most schools do not have a position that focuses specifically on physical conditioning. At many schools the head coach of each sport is in charge of the teams strength training. At Aquinas College, the women’s volleyball program, under the direction of head coach Ryan […]

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Better Than Ever after ACL Rehab- Volleyball Player is Faster, Stronger, and Jumping Higher

When Kamryn VanWoerkom started at PowerStrength Training Systems in early 2023, she thought she would walk a path like so many athletes that enter the PSTS doors. Work hard, trust the recipe for success, and become a better and more confident athlete. While her destination remained similar – Kamryn’s journey has definitely been different. After […]

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2023 College Signing Day – PowerStrength Edition

National Signing Day is the time when high school seniors officially make their college commitment to continue their academic and athletic careers. This day is a major milestone for athletes, parents, and their school programs as it marks years of dedication, hard work, and sacrifice. It is a great achievement and one that always warrants […]

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Abbey Kimball Earns Division 1 Scholarship To MSU Basketball

Sacrifice Earns Reward Picture this. You are standing at the free throw line in a crowded gymnasium. The sweat drips down your face and all eyes are on you to sink the shot. You take a deep breath and release the ball from your fingertips – it hits the rim and rolls on its edge, […]

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Sabercats softball train for speed!

The Michigan Sabercats invited Coach Cam to one of their practices this weekend. Cam put the ladies through a truly full and dynamic warmup. One of their players had participated in the Beast Program prior to the practice, so it was great having familiar faces in the group! Doing that warmup will get them primed […]

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Young softball team gets faster, stronger, and more explosive

This softball and volleyball group from (mostly) Ravenna got better with us this summer! They trained 2 times a week together and they did an outstanding job! These ladies came to work to every single session focused and ready to get better. After finishing up their final performance tests, it’s clear their consistency paid off […]

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Female athlete coming back stronger after ACL injury

Hannah (Caledonia) has been in the gym for months getting after her upper body training coming off ACL repair. She’s now ready to hit the ground running on lower body training and coming back faster and stronger than ever. And if you ever tried Halo Presses, you know pressing that trap bar isn’t easy, but […]

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Volleyball player adds 1.5 inches to approach jump DURING season!

Sara (Byron Center) has earned our Athlete of the Month! She dedicated herself to another solid month of training and huge testing results! She’s gotten better with her approach jump, chin-ups, push-up, and sprints during the season! Sara has trained with massive consistency throughout the year and through her club volleyball season. She has continued […]

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Youth athletes gain confidence and strength!

The main areas to focus on when training Youth Athletes is to teach proper movement patterns, keep training sessions safe and fun while helping them progress as athletes. The details matter! That’s why bodyweight exercises and learning proper movement skills are so important for long-term development. This is also a major piece in the formula […]

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Incoming college basketball player, Kemp, prepares to dominate

Adele Kemp of Greenville is heading to Northwood in the fall to play basketball. She knows better than most, even with all her success, that she needs to constantly improve in order to compete and dominate at the next level – even after her incredible high school career! That’s why she’s making the time to […]

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