Why Fitzmaurice Performance will work for you


Whether you are an elite athlete on the field or court or a champion in the game of life, we are committed to helping you achieve your health, fitness and performance goals.

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    Accountability

    Keep your workouts on-track and focused with a trainer who’s there for you.

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    Support

    Consistent support to answer any question or problem you may have.

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    Customised

    Exercise to your schedule and what fits in with your lifestyle.

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    Focus

    Tailor-made programs and fitness plans to suit your needs and goals.

Fitzmaurice Performance Program Options:

  • Adult 1-on-1 & Group Training

    Many know us from our reputation for developing emerging youth and top elite athletes. But did you know since we started in 2000 we also offer 1-on-1 personal training, group training and wellness programs for adults? For our adult training, we use the same productive training methods we use with our athletes (modified to your level) to help you move, look and feel your best. We train clients with a variety of goals such as recreational athletics/competitions, general health and fitness, weight loss/body transformation, post-rehab/special needs, corrective exercise, strength and conditioning, mobility/flexibility and more. If you are interested in learning more about our adult training program contact us today to schedule a consultation.

     

    *Ask us about our adult and athlete family training plan discounts.

     

    Adult Group Training Schedule:

     

    Monday: 5:30 am, 12 pm

    Tuesday: 9:30 am, 4:30 pm, 5:30 pm

    Wednesday: 5:30 am, 12 pm

    Thursday: 9:30 am, 4:30 pm, 5:30 pm

    Friday: 5:30 am, 9:30 am, 12 pm

    Saturday: 8 am

  • Elite Athlete Training

    Fitzmaurice Performance Strength & Conditioning/Athlete Development

    Our strength and conditioning program is a comprehensive athlete development training system created by 20-year strength and conditioning veteran, Brian Fitzmaurice, CSCS. With a proven track record of success since our inception in 2000, we have established a reputation for developing some of St. Louis’ and the nation’s top athletes. We have extensive experience developing athletes that have exceled at the high school, college and professional ranks that started training with us at the youth level. Our strength and conditioning program is geared towards serious athletes that are committed to year-round training for long-term athlete development.

    The 3 primary goals of our program is:

    1. Injury Prevention

    2. Athlete Performance

    3. Athlete Development

    What is Athlete Development?

    Athlete development is the process by which an athlete progressively improves their skill and overall athletic abilities (physical and mental) to prepare for the increasing demands of sports competition. The process of athlete development is a year-round approach that requires serious athletes to commit to skill training, sports performance training (strength and conditioning), healthy nutrition habits, and mindset development. An athlete’s level of commitment will determine both the rate of their progress and long-term achievement on the field and court. We believe success leaves tracks. The athletes that we have trained over the years that emerged as leaders in their sport were committed to year-round skill practice and our strength and conditioning program.

    The Sport Season determines the Strength and Conditioning Phase

    With year round strength and conditioning, the season that an athlete is in will determine the type, frequency, volume, intensity and duration of training. For the multi sport athlete there are several other considerations. The primary seasons/phases of training for athletes are: off-season, pre-season, and in-season.

    Off-Season Strength and Conditioning

    During the off-season phase an athlete should focus on achieving the greatest progress in a strength and conditioning program and prepare to make an impact during the season. During this phase we focus on all aspects of athlete development and sports performance such as muscle hypertrophy, fat metabolism, pre-hab (injury prevention), strength and stability, conditioning, mobility and flexibility, balance and coordination, speed/agility/quickness, power, core stability and power, mindset, attitude, belief, goals, commitment, discipline, toughness, effort and grit. During the off-season the training frequency, intensity and duration should be at the highest of the year since the demands of sports practice and competition are reduced. Training Session Length: 1.5-2 hours each Recommended Training Frequency: 2-4 sessions per week

    Pre-Season Strength and Conditioning

    During the pre-season phase an athlete should focus on progressing towards peak mental and physical condition ready for the increased demands of practice, scrimmages and the season ahead. During this phase, like the off-season phase, we continue to work on all aspects of athlete development and sports performance. The main difference is we will modify the training type, volume and intensity according to the athlete’s increased volume of practice and play. Training Session Length: 1.5 hours each Recommended Training Frequency: 2-3 sessions per week

    In-Season Strength and Conditioning

    During the in-season phase an athlete should focus on maintaining the progress built in the off-season, and using pro-active methods to promote faster recovery and prevent injury during competition. Research has shown that the progress an athlete achieves during the off-season will begin to decline as soon as 2-4 weeks without a pro-active in-season program. For this reason, athletes that commit to an in-season program perform at higher levels with less injury during the season. Also, adherence to an in-season program is imperative for long-term athlete development. During this phase we focus on recovery stretching, corrective exercise, self-myofascial release: “rolling” (foam rolls, Muscletrac, balls), and maintenance strength training. Training Session Length: 1 hour Recommended Training Frequency: 1-2 sessions per week

    Program Options: 

    1-on-1 Private Training (available by appointment)

    Individualized Group Training (see schedule below)

    Group Training Schedule:

    Monday: Session 1: 3-4:30 pm Session 2: 4-5:30 pm, Session 3: 5-6:30 pm

    Tuesday: Session 1: 3-4:30 pm Session 2: 4-5:30 pm, Session 3: 5-6:30 pm Session 4: 6-7:30 pm

    Wednesday: Session 1: 3-4:30 pm Session 2: 4-5:30 pm, Session 3: 5-6:30 pm

    Thursday: Session 1: 3-4:30 pm Session 2: 4-5:30 pm, Session 3: 5-6:30 pm Session 4: 6-7:30 pm

    Friday: Session 1: 3-4:30 pm Session 2: 4-5:30 pm, Session 3: 5-6:30 pm

    Saturday: Session 1: 9-10:30 am, Session 2: 10-11:30 am

    Sunday: Session 1: 1: 9-10:30 am, Session 2: 10-11:30 am

     

  • Team & Club Training

    We currently provide customized strength & conditioning programs for numerous teams, clubs and organizations across the St. Louis Metro area. Our services include: strength & conditioning program design, on-site team training or training at our facility.

    Strength & Conditioning Session Overview:

    Training Schedule/Session Length: Dates and times to be determined according to the teams requirements

    Initial Functional Movement Assessment to test flexibility/mobility and to identify potential risk of injury

    Initial Performance Testing

    Sports Nutrition Education and Individualized Meal Plans Available

    Integrated Warm-Up and Dynamic Flexibility for improved performance and injury prevention

    Specialized exercise to strengthen ankles, knees, hips, shoulders and back to reduce the risk of injury from common sport injuries.

    Performance Drills to improve reaction and eye-hand

    Speed, Multi-Directional Agility and Foot Quickness Drills for faster change-of-direction and quickness.

    Balanced Strength Training (shoulder girdle/rotator cuff, core, hips) for improved joint stabilization, injury prevention and power

    Safe and Effective Functional Strength Methods to increase force production

    Power Training (low, medium, high intensity plyo/jump training) to increase jumping power and explosiveness

    Core Strength and Power Training for improved core stability and rotary force production

    Education on Regeneration Methods to Accelerate Recovery and Performance

    Flexibility Training and SMR (Self Myofascial Release) Methods to improve muscle health, performance and recovery

    Take home prehab/rehab exercise recommendations available for all athletes

    Contact us today to discuss your team or club goals.

     

  • Online Training

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Meet the team

Brian Fitzmaurice

President, Owner

Brian is a strength, speed and conditioning coach, personal trainer, and performance specialist. As a fitness industry leader, he draws upon an extensive and diverse experience training and developing high school, college and professional athletes, to helping corporations and business professionals with wellness and preventative health strategies and initiatives. With a passion for developing youth athletes, numerous athletes under his direction have received the highest rankings by Rivals, ESPN, Scout, and Sports Illustrated; and were recruited by top universities and programs across the country. Brian has been featured on the Fox News Morning Show, NBC-KSDK St.Louis News Channel 5, in The St.Louis Post Dispatch, Ladue News, West News, St.Louis Business Journal, and many others media sources. Brian is committed to helping people set goals, take action and reach their potential in sport and life. As a devout life-long student, Brian continues to research and study the latest findings in the areas of training, nutrition, supplementation, regeneration, mental performance, preventative health, and longevity. Brian received his Bachelors Degree from the University of Missouri-St.Louis with an emphasis in Exercise Science and Nutrition and is recognized by the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, certified with distinction.

Meet the team

Brian Fitzmaurice

President, Owner

Brian is a strength, speed and conditioning coach, personal trainer, and performance specialist. As a fitness industry leader, he draws upon an extensive and diverse experience training and developing high school, college and professional athletes, to helping corporations and business professionals with wellness and preventative health strategies and initiatives. With a passion for developing yout...

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Willie Dyson

Willie began his training endeavors at the age of 13 under the direction of brother-in-law, Brian Fitzmaurice to prepare for high school football at Kirkwood High School. After an impressive high school career, Willie continued to play at the University of Minnesota and Northwest Missouri State where he studied Education. With an extensive knowledge in all concepts of fitness and performance training, Willie is an integral contributor to the Fitz Team.

Meet the team

Willie Dyson

Willie began his training endeavors at the age of 13 under the direction of brother-in-law, Brian Fitzmaurice to prepare for high school football at Kirkwood High School. After an impressive high school career, Willie continued to play at the University of Minnesota and Northwest Missouri State where he studied Education. With an extensive knowledge in all concepts of fitness and performance train...

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Amy Fitzmaurice

Amy has over 15 years of experience in the fitness industry implementing individual and group strength and conditioning programs. Amy’s training and programming reflects her passion and knowledge in advanced strength training principles, sports nutrition and human metabolism. As an avid fitness enthusiast and busy mother, Amy inspires and motivates every client that she consults. Amy’s personal accomplishments include winning the 2003 Caveman Classic Bodybuilding Championship, the 2004 Missouri State Bodybuilding Championship Overall “Ms. Missouri” title, and in 2011 she received her Natural Bodybuilding Pro Card from the IFPA.

Meet the team

Amy Fitzmaurice

Amy has over 15 years of experience in the fitness industry implementing individual and group strength and conditioning programs. Amy’s training and programming reflects her passion and knowledge in advanced strength training principles, sports nutrition and human metabolism. As an avid fitness enthusiast and busy mother, Amy inspires and motivates every client that she consults. Amy’s persona...

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Lisa Johnson

Vice President

With a degree in Sports Medicine including an emphasis in Athletic Training, Lisa has numerous years of experience in the pre/post surgical rehabilitation of the spine, joints, and extremities, as well as in depth knowledge of neuromuscular conditions. She has extensive experience working with collegiate and professional athletes in MLB, NHL, NFL and the USA Olympic Team. Lisa focuses on the entire body by offering muscle work therapy and flexibility enhancement for deep tissue problems, trigger points, and for athletic performance enhancement.

Meet the team

Lisa Johnson

Vice President

With a degree in Sports Medicine including an emphasis in Athletic Training, Lisa has numerous years of experience in the pre/post surgical rehabilitation of the spine, joints, and extremities, as well as in depth knowledge of neuromuscular conditions. She has extensive experience working with collegiate and professional athletes in MLB, NHL, NFL and the USA Olympic Team. Lisa focuses on the entir...

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