The Premier Athletic Training Club serving orange county and inland empire


Our program focuses on the following key strengths to becoming a better athlete.


Speed is the ability to move quickly. Fast movements involve reaction time (from the cue for movement to the beginning of a movement) and movement time (from the beginning to the end of a movement).


Jumps require strength, coordination, and technique in order to acquire the ability to move a maximum weight. It can also be described as the maximum amount of force that a muscle can generate in a single effort.


“The goal is not reach a certain feet. It is to perfect the necessary technique to surpass that feet”. Technique is emphasized 100% to maximize performance.


Agility is the ability to move quickly and change directions under control to execute sport skills. It is a composite of many fitness components–speed, power, strength, balance, flexibility, reaction time, and coordination. Receivers and running backs in football require great agility.


We are the premier athletics club in speed, jump, technique, and training.
We cater our program to your needs.

We are a track and field based training program. We cater to most sports where speed, explosion, agility, and sharp turns are required. Focusing primarily on the performance enhancement of the jumps (T&F Events), speed and technique. The specialized training encompasses a wide range on conditioning and cross training to produce the maximum level of an athlete’s ability to perform.

  • Speed

    Required for Track & Field, Football, Basketball, Football, Tennis, Volleyball, and Soccer

  • JUMP

    Required for Track & Field, Basketball, and Volleyball


    Required of all athletics, using proper technique to avoid injury

  • Agility

    Required of all athletics, ability to move and remain in control is essential to performance


See the members of our team that make our operation successful.
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Coach Laron Brown

President/Head Coach
Graduate of California State University Fullerton, spring of 2010. Head Jumps Coach at Servite High School, entering 4th year. Served as Volunteer Assistant Coach Cal. State Fullerton, 2010-2011 Season. In 2009, Big West Conference Champion, National Qualifier. Big West Conference 3rd place finisher in Long Jump and 3 Time Regional Qualifier. All Western Region Honors.
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COach Richard Gibbs

Vice President/Associate Coach
Coach Gibbs is currently entering his 13th season at Servite High School as Head Cross Country and Track and Field Coach. During this period the Friars have won three Varsity and seven lower division championships. They have been CIF runner-ups twice and finished in the top ten eight times. They have set more than two dozen school records. The team has produced several CIF individual champions. The Frosh-Soph Team has won back to back Orange County Championships.
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Kareem Gongora

Marketing Director
Graduate of UC Riverside with a BA English and holds Masters Degree in Management from the University of Redlands


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