The Los Angeles Lakers Strength and Conditioning Coach, Tim DiFrancesco will be coming to Compete for a free lecture on "The best practices for athletes on safe, certified nutrition and supplementation, as well as recovery techniques used by elite athletes." The lecture, sponsored by Biosteel Sports Nutrition, will be held at Compete's Lake Forest location on Thursday, December 8th at 8pm. Tim has been with the Lakers since 2011 and is a Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Contact Chris Phillips at email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Over 70 Compete clients have now committed to play college sports since 2009. Recent commitments include Makenna Martin (George Fox Univ. Softball), Tristan Lopez (Ohio State Gymnastics), Ricky Bowman (College of Idaho Football), Anthony Batisita (Rose Holman Univ. Football), Kristiana Mollica (Quinnipiac Acro and Tumbling), Katie Beaumier (Clarkson University Hockey), Manuela Ramirez (Cal Poly Pomona Soccer), Keenan Haase (New England College Hockey), Riley Battenfield (Covenant College Soccer), Jordan Sanguedolce (Hope Internantional Soccer), Luukas Harlin (Williamette Football), Devon Modster (UCLA Football), Maggie Gallagher (Cal Diving), Kailey Smith (University of Texas Soccer), Lexi Magliarditi, (Duke Soccer), Dani Spensiero (Miami of Ohio Soccer)
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.
JHannah Barney, a midfielder at Trevecca Nazarene University in Tennessee, registered two goals and three assists and played in all 18 games for the Trojans this year and was named to the GMAC all conference 1st team for three straight years. Hannah’s team finished 13-4-1 and won the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Regular Season Championship. The Trojans will host the Conference Tournament and hope to advance to the NCAA Division II Tournament.
Christmas Break Speed Clinics
Compete’s certified Strength Coaches will be using proven techniques to improve acceleration, first step quickness, agility and top end speed. In today’s sports, speed matters. Improving mechanics and technique will allow athletes to move faster with less effort. Participants will be tested at the beginning and at the end of the clinic to show improvement.
Thursday, December 22nd and Thursday, December 29th from 10am-noon
Cost is $50 per clinic or $80 for both and is open to athletes from 10-18 years old
Compete Named Best of Lake Forest for 2nd Straight Year
Compete Sports Performance and Rehab has been selected for the 2016 Best Businesses of Lake Forest Award in the Personal Trainer category by the Best Businesses of Lake Forest Award Program. Each year, the Best Businesses of Lake Forest Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Lake Forest area a great place to live, work and play.
Train like a pro and dominate the competition with Sports Performance!
Get the physique you've been wanting! Get strong, look great, and live a healthier lifestyle!
Recover from your injury and return to your sport or activity quickly and safely!
In the News
California Dreaming Pays off for Compete Client Matt Caito
Palm trees and sunny skies were the norm for Matt Caito growing up in Southern California, but so too were his dreams of becoming a professional hockey player. “When you think of California, you definitely don’t think of hockey. You think of the beaches and the warm weather,” says Caito. “My friends were playing baseball, football and basketball. The closest rink was about 30 miniutes away. My mom is from Maine and my dad is from the Boston area, so they grew up with hockey and got me hooked on it as well.”Caito was born in 1993 in Coto de Caza, California, at a time when Wayne Gretzky had been traded to the LA Kings, and hockey was taking off in “non-traditional” hockey markets such as SoCal. One of Caito’s favorite players growing up was Paul Kariya, who was the first superstar for the then Anaheim Mighty Ducks. Click here for the rest of the article.
Compete Chosen for US Figure Skating National Network
US Figure Skating has selected Chris Phillips, owner of Compete Sports Performance and Rehab, as an affiliate of the US Figure Skating's National Network of Sports Medicine Scientists and Providers. The purpose of the network is to assist figure skating athletes in identifying providers knowledgeable and interested in figure skating sports medicine. Skaters will use the network in obtaining education about skating sports sciences or obtain an evaluation of a current issue.
For more information, please visit US Figure Skating.
Compete Featured in the Lake Forest Business Spotlight
Founded in 2009, Compete Sports Performance and Rehab focuses on transforming individuals of all athletic levels into the best athletes they can be. Compete Sports Performance and Rehab has grown into a first-class operation working with some of the best athletes and teams, while supporting many youth club organizations and high schools in Orange County, Los Angeles, Lake Forest and surrounding communities. We recently sat down with Chris Phillips, owner of Compete Sports Performance and Rehab to find out more about his business. Read the full spotlight
Compete Back with the Ontario Avalanche
Compete is pleased to announce a partnership with the Ontario Avalanche of the Western States Hockey League to keep players on the ice safely. Compete will supply an Athletic Trainer to provide first aid, emergency care, evaluation and management of sports injuries during all home games as well as rehabbing players at Compete's Lake Forest facility. Compete will manage common injuries such as sprains, strains, fractures, neck and back injuries and concussions The Avalanche are a Junior A Tier 2 Hockey team that plays out of the Center Ice Arena.
A proper in-season strength and conditioning program is vital in staying healthy and maintaining performance throughout the year. The program must be built around the team- or individual-specific needs, such as strength or speed, and also include specific exercises to help prevent injuries common in the sport, like groin strains and low back pain.
Read the rest of Compete owner Chris Phillips' article in Cali Rubber Magazine