Program Details

Who it's for

An intermediate to advanced one on one training program for men and women that requires gym access


  • To be better at playing ____ (fill in the blank with your sport)


  • Duration: Monthly Subscription
  • Starts: November 6th, 2015
  • Ends: Immediately upon cancellation.


  • Gym access
  • Willing to train 3-5 days in off season and 2-3 during season, depending on sport
  • Willing to provide sport schedule
  • Ability to record and submit video of lifting technique

What You Get

  • A complete strength and conditioning program designed for your sport, level of play and time of season
  • Unlimited access to coach via email, Skype or Google Hangouts
  • Access to a specialize strength & conditioning training site to track lift progress and metrics
  • Metrics reports to keep or share with your sport coach
  • Form checks and advice utilizing state of the art strength and conditioning software
  • An advantage over your competition. ;)
Hire Me

$99/ MO


It's no secret that athletes who put in the time in the gym reap rewards on the field of play. No matter your sport or level, properly designed training is the key to success. Citius, altius, fortius!



I already practice with my team three or four days a week... won't I risk overtraining if I add in g
In short, no. Good strength and conditioning programs are designed to work in conjunction with an athlete's sport season, and your practices and games will always be taken into account.
I play and individual non-contact sport... isn't strength and conditioning something that's more use
Not at all! Whether you're looking to put more speed on your tennis serve, more distance on your golf drive or run a better time in your next adventure race, a strength and conditioning program can help get you there and is just as valuable as it is for a rugby or football player.
I play a recreational sport just for fun, is it worth it for me to invest time and money into a stre
Absolutely! In addition to helping you develop the power, strength and speed helpful to the game you are playing for fun, a well designed strength and conditioning program may help you avoid injury by keeping your muscles and tendons in proper working order.
I'm a collegiate or club level athlete and would need to get clearance from my sport coach before I
Yep. I have a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist designation through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, which is recognized by the NCAA as well as amateur and professional sports organizations. I would be more than happy to contact your sport coach to help you get clearance.

Shelley Murray, CSCS

Performance Enhancer

I am a lifelong athlete turned strength & conditioning specialist & personal trainer. I help clients get stronger, faster & look better naked... now it's your turn.