JANUARY 26, 2011 – MILWAUKEE, Wis. – For young female athletes looking to prepare for their upcoming high school soccer season, Don Beebe’s House of Speed is running a Pre-Season High School Girls Soccer Speed & Agility Academy February 7 through February 28 every Monday and Wednesday, 3:30-5:00 at its Brookfield location – The Brookfield Indoor Soccer Complex at 19485 W. Lisbon Rd.
Designed to help high school athletes succeed in the ever-more-competitive world of sports, House of Speed has been improving athletic performances since the company’s founding in 1998. Each of its intensive camps features House of Speed patented training tools that give athletes an extra edge.
Don Beebe's House of Speed has established a highly intensive seven-session speed and agility program designed to prepare the competitive female soccer player to perform at the highest level for their high school soccer season. Athletes will work under the direction of our certified speed trainer, Kelly Jauch, former Minnesota State University – Mankato 4-year soccer letter winner, to improve their speed, agility, explosiveness and strength over ten hours of training. This program was designed by soccer coaches and players to incorporate the best exercises developed by House of Speed founders, Don Beebe and Jeff Schutt, to impact the competitive soccer player.
The Soccer Speed & Agility Academy will help participating athletes become quicker and more agile by teaching them the proper techniques for a more powerful running form through drills that focus on footwork, balance, and explosive action. The drills were designed to be easily incorporated into the athlete’s existing training regimen, to continue improving performance long after academy attendance.
“The House of Speed was founded on the belief that speed is the baseline for athletic achievement,” said Sutton. “By providing our participants with the most current training techniques, we not only enable them to increase their overall speed, but also their strength, explosiveness and agility. At the end of the day, those are the components for success in all sports.”
For a complete listing of available House of Speed Speed & Agility camps offered locally, please visit: http://wi-milwaukee.houseofspeed.com/camps. For more information on academies or camp attendance, please contact Elisabeth Sutton at (414) 801-1175 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About House of Speed
Founded by retired NFL star Don Beebe and Certified Strength and Conditioning Expert Dr. Jeffrey Schutt in 1998, House of Speed offers exclusive scientifically developed speed and sports performance training for athletes ages 8-18, as well as those at the college level, and for adults playing recreational- or professional-level sports . House of Speed has trained more than 100,000 athletes with its proven physical and mental principals, and tracks athletic progress against individual past performance as well as to other athletes across the country through the company’s proprietary MySpeed™ application. Headquartered in Sugar Grove, Illinois, the company opened its first franchise in 2006. It currently has 25 franchises in 11 states with plans to open 100 franchises by 2012. In late 2009, House of Speed signed a co-branding agreement with Under Armour. More information can be found at www.houseofspeed.com.
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