Welcome To Compete Sports Performance & Rehab!

 

Our services provide professional care for individuals by creating training and rehab programs that are specific to our clients needs and goals. These programs have been developed utilizing the latest research along with our experience in professional sports, including the National Hockey League, Men's & Women's Professional Soccer, US Soccer, and Professional Football.

 

Become a better athlete by improving your speed & acceleration, power, strength and core stability while reducing injuries or return from an injury even better than you were prior to your injury. Be treated like a pro.

Athlete of the Month

Hayden White

El Toro High School Football/Lacrosse

 

Hayden White is a dual sport student/athlete at El Toro High School, playing football and lacrosse, while maintaining a 4.0 gpa.  Hayden earned a varsity spot on the football team as a Sophomore playing linebacker and long snapper, this past season he racked up 99 tackles and made 2nd Team All-League. He is currently one of the captains of the Varsity Lacrosse team as a Defenseman.

Over 100 Compete Clients have Committed to Play College Sports 

Over 100 Compete clients have now committed to play college sports since 2009. Recent commitments include Shai Buium (Denver University Hockey), Jared Van Haren (Concordia St. Paul Football), Lindsey Sung (Cal Poly Pomona Soccer), Skyler Smith (West Point Soccer), RJ Gutierrez (Lake Erie College Football), Madison Werner (LMU Soccer), Sami Salinas (UC Redlands Soccer), Paul Selleck (Trinity College Hockey), Gregg Lee (SUNY Fredonia Hockey), Alyssa Sanchez (Cal State San Marcos Soccer), Sierra Moore (Cal State San Marcos Soccer), Mason Peterson (Montana State University Northern Football), Jennifer Maguire (Northwestern Soccer), Woody Gates (Cal Baptist Water Polo), Nick Pinto (UCI Baseball), Kyle Mayhew (Denver University Hockey)

 

   Compete is MyZone Facility and Now Offering Over 50% Discount on Monitors
 

 Myzone is an innovative wearable heart rate based system that uses wireless and cloud technology to accurately and conveniently monitor physical activity. Myzone monitors heart rate, calories and time exercising that convert into Myzone Effort Points (MEPs), with a focus on rewarding effort rather than fitness. Compete utilizes the system to keep track of progress not only at our facility (facility code is COMPUS001), but also when clients are training on their own. To purchase MZ-1 for $39.99, click here. To purchase the MZ-3 for $69.99, click here.

 

 

 

 

 
 

                                                                             

         Mariah Bell Wins Silver Medal at National Championships 

                          

 Compete client Mariah Bell won the Silver Medal at the US Figure Skating National Championships in Greensboro, North Carolina with a score of 225.21. Mariah had won the Bronze in both the 2017 and 2019 Championships. Her second place finish comes with an invite to 2020 World Championships in Montreal.

 

 

     Compete to Offer Online/Virtual Training and Rehab

 

Due to the current COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic, Compete will be closed as per the "Stay at Home" order in place in the State of California. I feel that this closure is the responsible thing to do in order to get back to some sort of normalcy as soon as possible while maintaining the health and well being of our staff and clients. In the meantime, as an alternative, Compete will be offering Online/Virtual training and rehab. Our goal is to navigate you through a personalized training or rehab program when you are unable to meet with our staff in person.

 

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Welcome to Compete Sports Performance

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Compete Now Offering Online/Virtual Training and Rehab

 Due to the current COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic, Compete will be closed as per the "Stay at Home" order in place in the State of California. I feel that this closure is the responsible thing to do in order to get back to some sort of normalcy as soon as possible while maintaining the health and well being of our staff and clients. In the meantime, as an alternative, Compete will be offering Online/Virtual training and rehab. Our goal is to navigate you through a personalized training or rehab program when you are unable to meet with our staff in person. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for daily updates, tips, exercises and more. If you have questions regarding the program or anything else, please feel free to contact me at anytime.

 

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Compete Wins Best of Lake Forest Award

 Lake Forest, - 9/17/2019 — Compete Sports Performance and Rehab has been selected for a third straight year for the 2019 Lake Forest Small Business Excellence Award in the Sports Rehab classification by the Lake Forest Small Business Excellence Award Program. Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2019 Lake Forest Small Business Excellence Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Lake Forest Small Business Excellence Award Program and data provided by third parties.

Compete Client Jake McGrew Shines at NHL Rookie Faceoff

 

Client Jake McGrew attended the NHL Rookie Faceoff as a member of the San Jose Sharks Prospect Team. McGrew scored two goals and added four assists in just three games for the Sharks. The Rookie Faceoff took place at the Great Park Ice in Irvine and included prospects from the Sharks, Ducks, Kings, Avalanche, Coyotes and Golden Knights.  The five-foot-ten, 190-pound native from Orange, CA, was selected by San Jose of the sixth round (159th overall) of the 2017 NHL Draft. McGrew spent last season with the Spokane Chiefs in the WHL where he scored 31 goals and added 23 assists in 61 games.

Compete Athletic Trainers Invited to US Figure Skating Camp

Compete owner Chris Phillips and Mike Hannegan were recently invited to be a part of the Medical Staff at US Figure Skating's Champs Camp held at the Great Park Ice in Irvine, CA. The camp was attended by athletes assigned to a 2019 Grand Prix Series competition. Champs Camp is performance-based. Athletes perform their short program and free skate programs (ice dancing teams: rhythm and free dances) in a simulated competition environment. The camp was attended by notable skaters such as Nathan Chen, Mariah Bell, Alexa and Chris Knierim and Bradie Tennell.

Compete Clients Have Proven to be Durable and Injury Resistant

Sports Performance Training is not only for improving your game but also keeping healthy throughout a long, demanding season. Today's athletes are expected to perform at a higher level for a longer period of time. This puts them at risk for injury. Compete trained 21 Professional, Junior and College hockey athletes last summer. 14 of 21 athletes did not miss a game due to injury. Combined, they played 1,061 games and missed only 62 due to injury. Compete Hockey Players competed in the Olympics, KHL, AHL, ECHL, WHL, BCHL, NAHL, EHL and NCAA.

Andrea Montesinos Cantu Competes in Four Continents

Compete client Andrea Montesinos Cantu competed in the 2020 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships in Seoul, Korea. The 17 year old finished in 15th place. This is Andrea's second time competing in the Four Continents event. She placed 20th last year in Anaheim. Montesinos is originally from San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico and currently skates at Great Park Ice in Irvine.

Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Concussions

Over the last 10-15 years, concussions have become a hot topic in youth and professional sports, and for just cause. The media is constantly showing violent hits in the NFL, NHL and other sports and the results of the hits are being shown more and more. Recent involvement by the NFL Players Association as well as many others, have sparked medical research and education into concussions and the long-term effects they may cause. Click Cali Rubber Magazine for the entire article