Welcome to Coach K's Sports Performance of Gainesville, Florida!

Welcome to Coach K’s Sports Performance. Our philosophy is based on Sports Biomechanics. As our name implies, we focus on improving your Sports Performance and we use both biomechanics and functional fitness to help you reach your goals. While many other gyms will give you a workout program, or even worse, push you so hard that you get sick, we follow a performance progression. We create a program that is tailored to your needs instead of a cookie cutter program. All our clients are unique. Your training program should be designed for you and what you want to accomplish.

Step 1 – We make sure that the machine (your body) is working correctly before we start adding muscle or speed/power exercises. We think of your body as an integrated machine, and all the moving parts need to be functioning properly before we go to the next step.

Step 2- We add strength, speed, and power in a layered progression with emphasis on functional movement patterns that apply to your sport. We believe in training through functional patterns using a three-dimensional approach because that is how your body works in the real world. It may seem odd at first to work on your hips to help your shoulders, but a keen understanding of biomechanics will show you how this will improve your performance.

We believe that our knowledge of biomechanics, and the ability to teach you how to move better, is what sets us apart from traditional workouts. We constantly update our training programs with the latest research by studying with national experts so that we can give you the best possible training. We are strong believers in asking WHY and HOW our own training applies to creating a top notch program for you.

So, give us a call at 352-246-5514. Let us show you how we can help you overcome injuries, improve your game, and make you feel younger and more energetic.

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Integrated Biomechanics

Coach K shows you how to use a landmine and a rubberband to create a combined biomechanical exercise that improves efficiency of linking one side of the body to the other going from the left foot to t…
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Commitment to Progress

The purpose of this note is to introduce the Coach K Commitment to Progress Policy. The purpose of the policy is to stress the importance of making a commitment to make progress with your personal exe…
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Big Butts Running

From the Smithsonian Channel Why do humans have such big butts? There’s actually a reason for that. The Perfect Runner explains in this video…
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Jump Rope for Runners

Let’s talk about using jump rope drill for runners and why it should be part of your training program. I will list the benefits and then we can discuss them in more detail. Entry level plyometric dr…
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Recent 100K

hey y’all, just finished a 1ooK and chopped 2hrs from previous PR. Guess some of the new training is working!
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Updated Classes

We just updated our Classes page to reflect our current thinking about Sports Performance, Training for Runners, Tai Chi Chuan, and our Santa Fe College Community Education Program. Find out more by …
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End of 2015

Hey Y’all, good time to think of how your year finished. What worked well and what worked not so well. From here we can start to make progress. Hardest part is the thinking
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