That’s right: I’m offering a $3000 sport performance training/strength and conditioning scholarship to SIX Twin Cities athletes and taking MN sport performance training a whole new level… will YOU be one of them?
I know, my friends and colleagues think I’m crazy. I’m offering SIX $3000 scholarships to local athletes… and… well, I’d rather have you hear it from somebody else, so here’s the press release from when the media caught wind of it and some videos explaining what exactly is going on.
(Read to the bottom to find out how you can apply to this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity)
Dungeon Strength and Conditioning Offers $3,000 Scholarships to Twin Cities Middle School and High School Athletes
Former Texas All-State Quarterback Focuses on “Freakish Results” For Middle School and High School Athletes with High Aspirations
SHOREVIEW, Minnesota – High school and middle school athletes in the Twin Cities can apply for a unique $3,000 strength and conditioning scholarship being offered by a new strength and performance facility in Shoreview.
G.R. Hoff, a former high school all-state football quarterback from Texas who played college football and was an all-conference college track and field athlete, is bringing a unique brand of strength and conditioning training to the Twin Cities. It is an approach that Hoff expects will bring middle school and high school athletes in the area “freakish results.” And to prove his point, Hoff is providing a one-year strength and conditioning scholarship to a middle school or high school athlete in the Twin Cities area.
“I openedDungeon Strength and Conditioning because I wanted to offer an option for serious athletes who were seeking a no gimmicks, hardcore, results-guaranteed strength and conditioning training program that will lead to measurable improvement,” says Hoff, who has a degree in neuroscience with honors from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.
“I also wanted to give back to the Twin Cities community for their support of my new venture, Dungeon Strength and Conditioning,” explains Hoff.
Hoff says that Dungeon Strength and Conditioning’s ideal client is a highly driven, competitive, male or female athlete between the ages of 12 and 19, who participates in a competitive sport. They have extremely high aspirations and expectations of themselves and are driven to make those dreams become reality.
“We work with athletes in all sports, with an emphasis on football, basketball, baseball, hockey, lacrosse, volleyball and wrestling,” explains Hoff.
According to Hoff, Dungeon Strength and Conditioning is a unique sports training facility for middle school and high school athletes because “we actively work to make sure our athletes improve not only physically, but mentally and academically as well.”
Dungeon Strength and Conditioning focuses on training athletes in small groups of 4-6. Groups are small enough so that every athlete gets the individual attention they need while still being able to work in that highly competitive, motivating environment. “I’ve done training both ways in the past — one-on-one as well as small group — and there is simply no comparison,” says Hoff, noting that “something special happens when you put competitive, like-minded, highly-driven and motivated athletes together. Every athlete pushes themselves and their training partners to a level that just can’t be replicated by one-on-one training. And it costs less for the parents than individual training.”
“Every athlete that walks through the door will be assessed not only for their general athleticism (strength, speed, explosiveness, flexibility, agility) but also for their ability to excel in their particular sport. A football player has different needs than a volleyball player, and their training will reflect that.”
Hoff, who wasn’t a starter early in his football career, eventually earned all-state honors as a senior and ran for more than 2,000 yards while leading his high school team deep into the Texas state playoffs. He then played college football at Trinity University and earned all-conference honors as a sprinter and thrower in track and field.
“We do training that works,” emphasizes Hoff. “I tried everything under the sun for over 10 years in my career as an athlete, and this type of training is what elevated me from an average athlete to an all-state and all-conference athlete.”
Dungeon Strength and Conditioning is located in the Press Gym at 173 West County Road E in Shoreview (just off of I-694 near the north Rice Street exit). For more information about the strength and conditioning scholarship, including the application form, go to dungeonstrength.com. If you have any questions, call Hoff at (612) 807-1101. Scholarship applications are due by June 7, 2012.
Well there ya go, if you want to take your sport performance training and strength & conditioning to a whole new level, enter your name and best e-mail below and you’ll receive information on how to apply immediately!