|Keeping your young athlete away from the emergency room, urgent care, or the doctor's office means $ in your pocket.|
It also means:
- improved performance
- decreased stress
- happier household
If we could help you achieve that, how much is that worth to you?
James Goodwin has a BS degree in Health & Exercise Science from Syracuse University where he played division 1 soccer. He also played pro ball in Norway, has coached at various levels from youth to college level, is the Performance Director for Seacoast United Development Academy – the top tier of youth soccer in the United States, holds a USSF B License, is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant at Family Physical Therapy Services.
With all these areas of knowledge and experience in division 1 and professional athletics, exercise science, and rehab, along with his lifelong experience playing and coaching elite level soccer, he brings to the table a combination of expertise that is unparalleled in the world of injury prevention, conditioning, and performance education for young athletes regardless of their chosen sport.
James knows firsthand that it is not about BIGGER, FASTER, or STRONGER, but about working smarter not harder. If you’d like to know how to prevent season-ending injuries and give your children the opportunity to fulfill their dreams, come to our FREE Informational Seminar on March 22nd where you will be given the opportunity to learn more about this program and have your questions answered by James, the expert on bridging the gap between rehab and performance.