4" Average Vertical Improvement

Learn to take more than 100 steps in 10 seconds

Explosive First Step Quickness

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Youth Level 

(Introduction to sports training for athletes for ages 6-9)

Intermediate Level

(Introductory strength training along with mild aerobic conditioning for ages 10+)

Scholarship Seeker

(Intense level training seeking high level achievements for ages 13+)

Your Game Depends On It!

What's good is taking a shot when you can't get open or jump higher than your opponent? This sport requires explosive power, strength, quickness, endurance and durability. The ability to maintain your defensive form & accuracy in a long game requires as much mental toughness as it does physical strength.

The Individual is Important

PSA's specialized reactionary training program greatly and noticably enhances the athlete's ability to process information and act on it!  From the eyes ability to see it, to advanced quickness and acceleration literally makes it seem like all competitors are moving in slow motion.

Strength vs Weights  

People confuse the ability to lift weights with the ability to get stronger. While on the basketball court the only appropriate bench is the one you sit on. The strength you need should be functional. When you play; such as grabbing a reboundWith authority or boxing out.

Sky High Jumping

Everyone knows that jumping ability is extremely important when it comes to basketball. However, when to use it & how to develop it has been confused and watered-down over the years. At PSA the average improvement is 6 inches.  It's easier to make a basket when you can elevate over a taller opponent!

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