Starting Point


Our claim to fame is a safe, data-driven curriculum for athlete training and development. It starts with establishing a baseline.

Strength Assessment

Consists of 14 movements using only bodyweight as resistance. These movements reveal your asymmetries, imbalances and disfunctions in mobility.

Fitness Assessment

Uses the VO2 Max Test, which is the most widely used test in exercise physiology. This determines your body’s maximal consumption of oxygen, your muscle efficiency, and lactate threshold.

Upper Body Force Assessment

Consists of three throws in all three planes of motion (transverse, sagittal and frontal). These movements reveal asymmetries in arm strength (ball spin or a non-linear throw), coordination (imbalance between upper and lower body flexion/extension), and mobility (flex or extend with ease relative to height, weight, age, and experience).

Quickness Assessment

Consists of two open skill and two closed skill movements that we’ve developed. The areas of emphasis are hip, knee and ankle mobility. These movements reveal asymmetries in lower limbs, coordination (imbalance between upper and lower body flexion/extension), and mobility (flex or extend with ease relative to height, weight, age and experience).

Asymmetry Assessment

Consists of four trials of a drop from one meter and jumping back up with the left or right leg. These movements reveal asymmetries In lower limb, coordination (imbalance between upper and lower body flexion/extension), and mobility (flex or extend with ease relative to height, weight, age, and experience).

Lower Body Power Assessment

Consists of three jumps — the squat vertical jump, the countermovement jump and the horizontal jump. These movements reveal asymmetries in lower limbs (weight distribution to left or right), coordination (imbalance between upper and lower body flexion/extension), and mobility (flex or extend with ease relative to height, weight, age, and experience).

A no-cost Baseline Assessment is conducted in two half-day sessions from 10am-2pm on the last Saturday and Sunday of each month. Athletes must attend both days. Your Baseline Report is available within 48-hours of assessment completion.