WE TRAIN ALL ATHLETES, REGARDLESS OF SPORT.
Develop The Athlete, the official strength and conditioning partner to Chicago Youth Lacrosse, provides strength and conditioning programming to the developing athlete. From CYL's U13, U15, JV and Varsity level travel teams to small group training of all sports, DTA prides itself on common sense and scientifically proven strength & conditioning techniques. Since its inception in 2005, DTA has provided strength and conditioning services to hundreds of athletes, from middle school to professional, and the results speak for themselves.
Strength development is offered a la carte for players in 6th-12th grade. All sessions are overseen by professional, certified strength trainers. The goal is to provide participants with the tools to become stronger, more dynamic athletes.
Training Nights: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday
Times: 6th - 8th, 6:30 - 7:25pm & High School, 7:30 - 8:25pm
Cost: $95/month, unlimited training!
To register: Email Drew Stevenson with Develop The Athlete at email@example.com
When we give our all, we realize we had more to give. For me it has never been about anything but finishing the job. Whether the job is to tackle the ball carrier, split the pile of wood for winter, or swim 1000 meters in the thirty foot seas to rescue a man. The body must perform when needed. As a Aircrew Naval Search and Rescue Swimmer I was taught to be ready "SO OTHERS MAY LIVE." My time also taught me that preparation is the key to success. Its very important for young people to learn the value of strength. It takes time, hard work and dedication to cultivate. The effects will make all activities, including sports, feel easier to learn and more fun to play. A strong body is more resilient and injury resistant.
HSL-48 Vipers Naval Search and Rescue Swimmer (1997-2002) ACE Certified Personal Trainer (2000-present) Russian Kettlebell Challenge (RKC) Certified (April 2009) RKC II (June 2009) RKC Team Leader (2013-2014) Senior RKC Instructor (2014-present)
I have a passion for strength. Whether you’re an athlete looking to perform better or a working parent looking to feel better and have more energy; I firmly believe that strength is the quickest way to achieve it. Growing up, I had the privilege of working under great coaches and alongside driven teammates in soccer, swimming, and wrestling; three demanding sports that pushed me to my limits. Later in life I looked back to the fundamentals of how to move efficiently, powerfully and effectively and have spent countless hours working with individuals and small groups, honing my skills on communicating and implementing what I had learned and practiced. Getting certifications from NESTA and the RKC helped me really stock up the toolshed, but most of all, listening, studying, practicing, and sharing is the lifeblood of my ongoing pursuit to be an outstanding coach and make a real lasting difference in as many lives as I can.