High Performance Training
For the general population it is important to perform all modalities – metabolic conditioning, gymnastics and weight lifting – in a functional manner. This creates a well-rounded, healthy individual.
For the Athlete or Team that endeavors to compete at a High Performance level, they must become specialized in all three modalities. Any weakness is magnified under the stress of heavy competition at the highest levels. It can be as little as one weakness that could be the difference between reaching the podium and failing by one spot. So, what are your weaknesses? And, how can we help to ensure that gymnastics is not the reason you miss the podium next year?
Duke VanVleet, i99 Fit Master Instructor, was a competitive gymnast for 23 years. During that time, he was a 2-time US National Team Member. Later, Duke was fortunate enough to earn an athletic scholarship to the Pennsylvania State University. At Penn State, he was a member of the 2000 NCAA Championship Team and captain of the 2004 NCAA Championship Team. After graduating from Penn State, he became the assistant coach for the women’s gymnastics team. While coaching the women’s team, Cirque du Soleil invited Duke to audition in Las Vegas and that was the beginning of an 8 year long career.
Duke personally coaches all Athletes & Teams that we select to the i99 High Performance Training program. He creates a custom program based on the goals of the Athlete and/or Team. Some training elements that he utilizes in this program are:
- Elite Programming
- Remote Coaching
- Video Analysis
- 1-on-1 Athlete Training Sessions
High Performance Training Clients:
Los Angeles Reign of the NPGL and Back Country CrossFit – 2015 CrossFit Games
Please note that this is a highly effective program that demands significant resources from our Master Instructor. We may not approve all applicants based on a number of factors. Please fill out the application and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.