ALL AMERICAN Athletic Training Center


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2011 Activities

Posted by Dan Ryan on January 4, 2012 at 11:40 PM Comments comments (1)

All American Athletic Training Center

2011 Activities


Moved from a 900 sq foot garage in the south end of Alexandria to a 3000 sq foot training facility in the heart of Florence. 

Named “Best Gym in Northern Kentucky” by the Community Press & Recorder newspapers. 

Raised nearly $4,000.00 for Charity. (Wounded Warrior Project, Special Olympics, Police Memorial Fund, Make a Wish Foundation, A Kid Again) 

Trained athletes from Boone County, Campbell County, Cooper, Covington Catholic, Dixie, Holy Cross, Simon Kenton High Schools, as well as numerous middle school athletes. Also had athletes from Elder High School in Cincinnati travel to Florence to train with us. 

Worked with Law Enforcement Officers from Florence, Erlanger, Ft. Wright, Elsmere, Edgewood, Kenton County Police, Kenton County Sheriff, Kentucky Probation and Parole, as well as the Hamilton County Sheriffs Office and Cincinnati PD. 

Public servants from several other government agencies, as well as the general public. 

I will argue that we trained the best wide receiver in Northern Kentucky this year, as well as an All State linebacker. 

Continued my own personal education by attending the Hammer Strength Clinic at St. Xavier HS in the spring and a Strength & Conditioning Symposium at Great American Ballpark in December. 

Join us in 2012 to:

Run Faster * Jump Higher * Increase Flexibility * Be Stronger


Post Season Awards

Posted by Dan Ryan on December 20, 2010 at 1:34 AM Comments comments (0)

All-American Athletic Training Center

Bishop Brossart held it's football award banquet Sunday Night.

Athletes that participated in our training program over the summer took home several awards.

Dalton Linebach and Drew Schack both were recognized in the middle school program, while Spencer Brown & Jessie Orth were varsity leaders. All 4 ot these young men were regulars last summer.

Currently, freshman Chase Britt, middle schoolers Craig Pfefferman and Nathan See are participating.

Our training works, the results are showing.

If you want to improve your game, The All American Athletic Training Center is the place to start.


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