Off-Field Program

Learn About Our Off-Field Program

OurOff-Field Program

Most young athletic careers end quicker than they should. Reason is, today’s athletes are over-trained and under nourished. We’ve put together a program that decreases the chance of injury, illness and total burnout.
Our off-field program is so advanced, it can prevent the above scenarios from occurring. We practice the 5 P’s, “Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance”

Step 1 - hydration
Step 2 - sleep
Step 3 - nutrition
Step 4 -exercise

We teach the following steps through educational emails and quarterly meetings with the athlete and parents. A customized weekly schedule will be emailed to the athlete that shows their hours of classes, events and what to eat for the entire day. This structure will assure the athlete follows the 5P’s, to its fullest for maximum results.

"Repetition is the motor for learning.” With an emphasis on this statement, we will conquer the growing epidemic of an over-trained and undernourished athlete.

Health and Wellness at its best for today’s athlete!

Customized Meal Plan


This is a sample meal plan for a 165 lbs male.

Meal Number

6:00am (Meal 1 )
8:30am (Meal 2)
10:30am (Meal 3)
1:30pm (Meal 4)
3:30pm (Meal 5)
4:00pm - 6:00pm
7:00pm (Meal 6)
8:45pm - 9:30pm
10:00 - ?


Wake up, 10oz water
In car, 1 and 1/2 scoops of UMP shake, 5 strawberries
Get on bus
Arrive at school
Homeroom begins
Yogurt, 6 Triscuits
Chemistry begins
Study hall begins
4oz turkey on whole grain bread, 6 baby carrots
Euro begins
Spanish begins
English begins
Math begins
Lunch, salad with 4oz chicken, 2 tbsp of oil and vinegar dressing, apple
Study hall begins
Religion begins
4oz ham on whole grain bread, 6 celery sticks
4oz sirloin steak or hamburger, 1/2 cup cooked wild rice, spaghetti squash
Hitting instruction
Homework, 1 scoop UMP shake

(must consume 1 gallon of water daily)
(must sleep 7-8 hours daily for necessary recovery)