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Helping Athletes get Stronger and Faster.

We help develop youth athletes by introducing them to the following:

  • Foundational Strength Training in a safe environment
  • Sport-Specific Strength Training and Nutrition
  • Resilience through the principles of developing an ironclad mindset.

Run by former college athletes we have developed a clear system that gets athletes real results.

Training Options:
  • 1v1 personal training 
  • Monday-Friday 3pm (Ages 10-13) 
  • Monday-Friday 4pm (Ages 14-22)

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Foundational Strength Training in a safe environment

Experience foundational strength training in a safe and supportive environment tailored specifically for athletes, helping to enhance athletic performance and reduce the risk of injuries.

Get the results you want.

Unlock your full athletic potential with sport-specific strength training and targeted nutrition strategies, designed to optimize performance, improve endurance, and enhance recovery for athletes in any sport.

Build Resilience and an Ironclad Mindset

Build resilience and cultivate an ironclad mindset through our training programs, empowering you to overcome challenges, develop mental toughness, and achieve success in all areas of life. Run by former college athletes we have developed a clear system that gets athletes real results.

Book a complimentary 1-on-1 strategy session

Simply book a complimentary session now to see for yourself what we’re all about and how we can help you achieve your results.

Meet Our



Kevin’s passion for health and fitness derives from the success of his clients reaching their personal goals. This extends beyond physical fitness, to helping people reach their full potential and improving their quality of life.



Courtney loves seeing people transform mentally, physically and spiritually. Her passion for fitness helps motivate and transform people into the best versions of themselves.



Jordan’s coaching style focuses on how to help people look good, perform their best, and do the things they love for as long as they can.



Ja’maal truly loves interacting with clients and takes great pride in seeing you walk out feeling better than you came in. So, whether you are wanting to build strength, speed, or a great mentality, he has the knowledge and experience to assist you in achieving them all.



My mission centers around empowering clients to discover their own strength while fostering a newfound passion for an active lifestyle.



Meet Sean Draper, former Defensive back and returner on special teams in the Japanese XLeague, and stellar personal trainer at Sweat 60.



Zak strives to help his clients achieve their full physical potential, and understands the road to your “best self” isn’t always smooth. Whether you want to develop strength, power, endurance, or speed, he will get you there.

Why Sweat 60 for Athletes & Sports

Safe and Effective Programming

At Sweat 60, we prioritize the well-being of athletes through meticulously designed training programs. Our emphasis on proper form, injury prevention, and progressive training ensures a safe yet challenging environment that propels you toward peak performance.

Clear Focus on Strength and Speed

Elevate your athletic performance with our distinct emphasis on cultivating both strength and speed. Our tailored workouts are strategically designed to enhance your power, agility, and overall athletic prowess, empowering you to excel in your sport.

Best-in-class Coaching

Our elite coaching team boasts a wealth of experience in training athletes across various disciplines. With their guidance, you’ll tap into advanced techniques, personalized strategies, and constant motivation, enabling you to reach new heights in your athletic journey.

Measure, Adjust, and Repeat

We believe in the power of data-driven progress. Through continuous monitoring and assessment, we fine-tune your training regimen to address your evolving needs. This iterative approach ensures consistent improvement and helps you break through plateaus.

Recovery and Nutrition

Athletic performance extends beyond the gym. Our comprehensive approach includes tailored recovery strategies and nutrition guidance, providing the essential building blocks for optimal endurance, sustained energy, and peak recovery, all vital components of your success on and off the field.

Parents of Athletes

Every sport has its own unique methods of training, but there are specific types of exercises and training that will help prevent injury in any athlete.

Proper strength and conditioning allows an athlete to strengthen supporting muscles, even out muscle imbalances, increase mobility, correct posture, stabilize joints, learn new movement patterns, enhance coordination and peripheral skills, and so much more.

Sports are repetitive and overuse injuries are bound to happen – even in multi-sport athletes, but especially in specialized athletes. Proper strength and conditioning allows an athlete to strengthen supporting muscles, even out muscle imbalances, increase mobility, correct posture, stabilize joints, learn new movement patterns, enhance coordination and peripheral skills, and so much more.

3 Concepts to Help
Athletes Train Smarter:

1. Anterior vs. Posterior Chain Exercises

In strength training for athletes, understanding the distinction between anterior and posterior chain muscles is crucial. Balancing and strengthening both muscle groups is essential to prevent imbalances and reduce the risk of injury. While many sports predominantly engage the anterior chain, neglecting the posterior chain can lead to vulnerabilities and potential harm. For optimal performance and injury prevention, athletes must prioritize training and strengthening both muscle chains.

2. Unilateral Training vs Bilateral Training

Unilateral training, focusing on one side of the body at a time, is an integral part of developing balanced strength and joint stability. While bilateral training has its place, unilateral exercises ensure equal strength development on both sides and enhance overall balance. While bilateral training may emphasize hypertrophy, it can mask weaker areas by allowing the dominant side to compensate for the load. Striking a balance between bilateral and unilateral training is key for optimal strength and performance.

3. Train Movement Patterns

Proper movement patterns and body awareness are vital for athletes, especially specialists. Incorrect patterns can lead to injuries and affect performance. Building body awareness, mastering landings, and emphasizing proper movement prevent injuries and enhance athletic abilities. Specialized athletes must prioritize strength training for long-term performance and physical wellbeing.

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