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

Kenzie Iserman

OC All Stars Cheer

 

 Kenzie Iserman recently returned from an ACL tear to rejoin her competitive cheer teams. Kenzie, a junior at Capo Valley High School is both and flyer and a base for her high school team and competitive teams at OC All Stars Cheer, a consistent participant in World Championships in Orlando.

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 Nick Pinto (UCI Baseball), Kyle Mayhew (Denver University Hockey), Collin Holmes (Penn State Water Polo), Quentin Buckman (Notre Dame Lacrosse), Jeremy Hassel (Cal State Northridge Baseball), Sydney Duarte (Purdue Soccer), Savannah Gutierrez (Utica Hockey), Marissa Lynch (UC San Diego Soccer), Jenna Borovinsky (Colgate University Soccer), Aubrey Fergeson (Biola University Soccer), Tina Doherty (Indiana University Water Polo), Andrew Noel (Cal State San Marcos Baseball), Remy Kaufman (Colgate University Soccer), Carly Townsend (University of Wisconsin Diving), Sophia Garrido (UC San Diego), McKenzie Shulman (USC Cross Country), Caitlyn Ramirez (Lafayette University Soccer), Audie Shutler (Univ. of Chicago Soccer), Ashley Tiffin (New Mexico State Soccer), Sam Ireland (UC Irvine Baseball), Peyton Burt (UC San Marcos Soccer), Kailey Smith (University of Texas Soccer), Dani Spensiero (Miami of Ohio Soccer)

 

   Join Compete and the Lake Forest Chamber of Commerce
 

Join the staff and clients from Compete at the 2nd Annual Charity Event Elf Yourself 5K. The event will be held at the Lake Forest Sports Park on Saturday, December 15th at 9am and include activities for the kids, pet costume contest and a vendor village and expo. 

 

Register for the event at www.active.com and use the coupon code LFCELF for a $5 discount.

 

 

 
 

                                                                             

          Client Nhi Do Captures National Championship  

                          

17-year-old Nhi Do, representing University of California, Irvine won the Senior Ladies title at the 2018 United States Collegiate Figure Skating Championship.  This year’s National event was held at Adrian College in Michigan.  Nhi Do finished with a score of 149.75 topping Heidi Munger of Boston University’s 137.99.  In addition to the title; Medal winning skaters receive scholarships from the College Championship Award Program. Nhi is coached by World and Olympic Team Coach Doug Chapman and World Champion, Olympic Silver Medalist Dianne DeLeeuw.

 

 

 

 

     Cory Kane and Matt Caito Sign Pro Contracts

 

Congrats to client Cory Kane on signing a two year extension to play with the Kunlun Red Star in the KHL. Kane joined the Red Star last season posting 12 goals and 8 assists in 51 games. Kane spent two seasons in the American Hockey League prior to heading to the Czech Republic to begin his European career.

 

Matt Caito recently signed with the Graz 99ers in the EBEL in Austria. Caito, a defenseman split the last two seasons between the American Hockey League and the East Coast Hockey League.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Compete Sports Performance

In the News

Zaneta Wyne Signs with West Ham United in London

Congrats to long time client Zaneta Wyne on signing with Klepp Elite of Toppserien League in Norway. Zaneta, a midfielder,  played 16 games with Klepp last season registering 3 goals and 2 assists.

Compete Selected for Small Business Excellence Award

 

 Lake Forest, - 11/8/2018 — Compete Sports Performance and Rehab has been selected for the 2018 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 2018 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 Signs with San Jose Sharks

 

SAN JOSE, CA - San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has signed forward Jake McGrew to a standard, entry-level contract. "Jake is an exceptional skater who is a threat to shoot from anywhere on the ice," said Wilson. "He always seems to be around the net, ready to outwork his opponent for the puck. The California-born prospect really took his game to the next level during the WHL playoffs last season and carried that into Team USA's World Jr. Selection Camp this summer before a strong showing in both the rookie tournament in Vegas and our NHL Training Camp this month. He has continued to exceed expectations, both on and off the ice, and we have been very impressed with his development under Spokane head coach Dan Lambert." 

McGrew, 19, spent last season with the Spokane Chiefs in the Western Hockey League (WHL). After missing the 2016-17 season, McGrew scored his first career WHL goal on his first shift in his first career game. He registered 19 goals and 19 assists for 38 points during the 2017-18 campaign, ranking second among rookie skaters in goals and seventh in points, while also finishing tied for second in power-play goals (5). In the 2018 WHL playoffs, he recorded two goals and four assists in seven games. 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

Past Client Zach McLeod Drafted by Baltimore Orioles

Colorado Mesa Senior Zach McLeod was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the 33rd round, 985 overall. McLeod is a two-time All-Region selection and broke the all-time career at-bat mark in Colorado Mesa history with 710 career at-bats. McLeod will report to either the Aberdeen IronBirds of the New York-Penn League or the Gulf Coast League Orioles of the Florida State Rookie League. Zach trained at Compete throughout his high school career at Mission Viejo High School.

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.

Sarachan calls young, MLS heavy squad for USMNT including Compete Client Ramirez

US national team’s annual January camp on Monday, continuing the process of renewal as the program turns towards the 2022 World Cup in the wake of the crushing failure to qualify for Russia 2018. “We’re excited about our 2018 January Camp roster. It’s all about the future and opportunity,” said Sarachan in a federation release. “We clearly feel that we want to have a look at these players that have the chance to be a part of the national team for a number of years to come. It’s a long journey forward, but this is the first step starting in 2018 for the program and for these players to now get experience at this level.” Click here for the full release.

Varying In-Season Training

With the NHL season just underway and the NBA season right around the corner, it’s time to look at how to vary your in-season training. Just because games have started doesn’t mean that you stop training, you just have to modify what you do. It is important to know your needs at this time of the year. What are your strengths and weaknesses? Read the rest of Compete owner Chris Phillips' article in Cali Rubber Magazine