Mark “Coach Rozy” Roozen, M.Ed, CSCS, NSCA-CPT, TSAC-F, FNSCA. Mark Roozen – Coach Rozy – received his bachelor in Health, Physical Education and Recreation from Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota and his master’s degree in Exercise Science from Tarleton State University, in Stephenville, Texas.
In our Performance Academies, athletes work in small groups with coaches to ensure training is done correctly and efficiently. Performance training academies and programs for individuals and teams are available year-round to support your athlete in reaching their performance goals, and available for all sports and activities: Football, Soccer, Baseball, Hockey, Lacrosse, Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis, Golf, Track & Field, Field Hockey, Swimming, Rugby and more. Training also includes nutrition information when needed, recovery, corrective and regeneration techniques to improve performance and educate young athletes on how decisions off the field, between games, and at practices can improve their overall performance.
Interested? Contact us for more information.
This program is for individuals that are looking to return back to their activity and sport from some type of injury or problem. We begin working with you to plan your unique post therapy program while you are still with the doctor and in physical therapy. We work with the TEAM to develop a plan that is right for you.
Performance Training for Groups & Teams – 2 Day/3 Day/4 Day a week; a schedule to fit your in-season, pre-season or recovery phase. The comprehensive programs are designed for athletes of all sports.
There is nothing better than working out with you teammates in an environment that fosters individual improvement as well as team bonding.
OFF-SEASON/PRE-SEASON: The first part of the program is spend on movement; including stretching, activation, active warm-up, linear & lateral speed work, quickness, plyometrics (jumping) and core work. The second part is dedicated to explosive power using lifts that will increase overall body strength, power and conditioning.
IN-SEASON: The first part of the program is spend on movement; stretching, activation, active warm-up, corrective exercises and active release. The second part is dedicated to cleaning up movement patterns for high level performance at your sport and activity.