Parisi Speed School- Madison, Alabama

at 97 Hughes Rd, Madison, 35758 United States

The fastest way to build a better athlete. http://www.parisischool.com/bendersgymmadison


Parisi Speed School- Madison, Alabama
97 Hughes Rd
Madison , AL 35758
United States
Contact Phone
P: (256) 325-9914
Website

Description

Parisi Speed School has trained more than 600,000 athletes from 7 year olds to the Pros.

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Club Fitness24 in Kokomo, Indiana hosted the ASC Masters’ Americas’ Strongest Man contest on June 15 and the winner qualified for the Masters‘ Worlds to be held in Belfast, Northern Ireland August 24-25. Parisi Owner, Chad Coy, won on the final event of Train wheel dead lift by pulling 712lbs for 15 reps!

Published on 2013-07-02 10:03:46 GMT

According to this parent survey youth sports improves both family dynamics and academic achievement. (ESPN The Magazine's July 8, Kids In Sports) http://espn.go.com/espn/story/_/id/9421568/parent-surveys-show-youth-sports-improve-family-dynamics-academics-espn-magazine

Published on 2013-07-01 20:03:52 GMT

Rule 5: Think you can and do what you can. Every study shows that what you think you can accomplish makes a major difference in what you can actually do. Think "I'm going to play college sports.” Then do everything you need to that day to make that happen. If that means that you go work out in your weight room while your friends are going for pizza – go work out.

Published on 2013-06-19 00:04:34 GMT

College Recruiting -Rule 4: Start early. Get someone to film you from the time you step on the field, don’t rely on the team’s game films unless you absolutely have to. By your Junior year you want a lot of film to choose from. Most college coaches are going to spend 2 minutes watching your recruiting film; you need to wow them with your best plays in the first minute.