Frequently Asked Questions
Below is a list of questions that are commonly asked by our clients. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns that you may have.
How do I get started?
To get started call us at (262) 522-7888 to schedule a tour of our facility followed by an assessment by one of our performance coaches. The assessment only takes 30 minutes and can be done in normal workout clothes.
Who goes to NX Level?
||High School Athletes
Why not just workout at my school?
We say, “Why not do both?” Our programs are designed to work in conjunction with school programs and enhance each athlete’s skills and abilities during their off season in a smaller, more personalized environment. More personalized attention equals faster results
What is the cost?
After your assessment, your performance coach will walk you through the different packages we offer. We offer a variety of different packages ranging from 10 to 100 packs for Youth and High School. Adults can purchase either training or bootcamp packages based on their goals. We are willing to work with you to select, pay for, or finance the package of your choice.
What should I expect?
Each athlete upon registration will be guided through an assessment with one of our performance coaches. During the assessment the coach will determine any deficiencies the athlete may have. Once those deficiencies are determined we correct them first to establish a good foundation.
Youth and Adult Sessions – 60 minutes
High School and College – 90 minutes
During your training session you are expected to work hard. Consistent effort equals consistent results. Your workouts will be lead by one of our performance coaches. During each session you will be put through a wide range of speed, agility and conditioning drills, as well as weight training.
What training methods do we use?
Core Strength Training
Back, Hips, Glutes, and Abdominal Muscles. Important for stabilization and balance so an athlete can perform at a higher level.
Helps an athlete apply basic speed to sport-specific movements. We use agility ladder drills with varied steps and movements, coupled with cone drills, to enhance coordination, foot speed and the ability to function in open space.
We teach athletes the proper mechanics to move, accelerate, and decelerate faster. This also helps an athlete’s neuromuscular system to improve the firing patterns of fast twitch muscle fibers