Leading the way with scientific methodology, OPS provides training programs for every age, gender, sport and skill level. Performance classes are available five days a week. Competition is in your blood, and whatever your sport, you want to gain the competitive edge it takes to win. That's why OPS uses scientific methods to help you get the most out of your body. Can you get faster? Get stronger? Jump higher? Yes. With OPS, you can.
What makes OPS different? Our five-step process that focuses on human movements and gets measurable results:
Learn to move your body properly
Build your ability to maintain the proper athletic position
Increase your body's ability to produce force
Expand your ability to produce force rapidly
Integrate all the steps into advance movement designed specifically for your individual sport
Each athlete in an OPS performance classes will be given a custom workout based on the sport they play, potential weaknesses or imbalances, and areas where they can build on strengths. Athletes will be tested every 6 weeks to track progress.
Before beginning one of our classes, high school and college athletes will go through a FREE assessment with one of our certified performance coaches. The assessment will establish a baseline which will be used to track the athlete’s progress while at OPS, as well as allow our coaches to examine potential imbalances and weaknesses.
To schedule an assessment at OPS - North call 260-312-0605
To schedule an assessment at OPS - Warsaw call 574-371-2685
Athletes will develop a foundation of sprint mechanics, increase overall speed, and increase coordination and body awareness in a fun and competitive environment. The Intro to Strength class will serve as an introduction to the weightroom for your young athlete. Once a foundation is established, we will work on building strength. Classes are offered Monday - Friday at 4:30pm or Monday - Thursday at 6:30pm.
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OPS is a department of The Orthopedic Hospital, a physician-owned hospital.
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