Entries by Acceleration

Pick 6 – Summer Hockey Development Program

Hockey athletes that want to work on the skills of hockey, speed for all sports, and strength and power should look into our new “PICK 6” athletic development program. Athletes will spend 24 hours over an 8 week period on becoming a BETTER ATHLETE as well as a better hockey player. What players get with the PICK 6 program: […]

ELITE 8 – Summer Hockey Development Program

Hockey athletes that want to work on the skills of hockey, speed for all sports, and strength and power should look into our new “ELITE 8” athletic development program. Athletes will spend 32 hours over the off-season becoming a BETTER ATHLETE as well as a better hockey player. Complete the program by October 1, 2019. What players […]

HOPS – 8-Week Vertical Program (Basketball/Volleyball Training)

  WANT HOPS? How high can you jump? This program will focus on all of the following: INCLINE SPRINT TRAINING / HIP / GLUTE STRENGTH WEIGHT TRAINING IN OUR WEIGHT ROOM PLYO-PRESS / VERTICAL-JUMP TRAINING AGE APPROPRIATE, GROUND-BASED AGILITY TRAINING 2-3 Workouts/Week for 8 Consecutive Weeks. That’s up to 24 workouts – April through October […]

Jordan Hawkinson – Golf and Fitness

Jordan Hawkinson shown here doing a backswing flexibility drill.  Jordan is currently the assistant golf coach at Gustavus.  Some of his latest golf achievments include:  2013 MGA 4 ball champion, 2012/13 Northland invitational champion, MPGA match play runner up and he finished 5th in MGA player points.

Sarah Burnham – Golf and Fitness

Sarah Burnham is shown here with trainer Curt Carbaugh and also doing a golf specific swing resistance drill. Sarah, a senior from Wayzata, trains at Acceleration Golf and Fitness. Sarah signed a D-1 scholarship to play golf at Michigan State next season. Some of Sarah’s accomplishments include: 2012 State Am Champion, 2013 State Open Champion, […]

Super Running Treadmill

Research has shown that incline running on our unique, hydraulically controlled Super Running Treadmill provides 200-300% more recruitment of the muscles responsible for increasing and maintaining speed, than running on level ground at the same stride frequency. This type of speed training increases the chance for baseball/softball athletes to beat out the infield hit, run […]