Getting Started

Schedule a Tour

The best way to see if PSI is the right fit for you is to schedule a tour. During the tour, you will meet our performance coaches and take a look at the training facility. We’ll discuss your goals in depth, answer any questions you have, and review how we will design a program to suit your needs.

To schedule a tour contact us at 702-731-1774 today!


After the tour, we’ll schedule your personalized assessment. The assessment gives us a baseline of where you’re currently at, and allows us to identify areas for improvement in flexibility, stability, functional limitations, and other factors that can hinder athletic performance. The assessment takes about 30 minutes.

Training Session

Training sessions are done in a small group setting. We have designated group times that make it possible for you to train with others of similar age and athletic level. Small group training creates a supportive environment that fosters competition and also allows individual programming and attention needed for optimal growth. Groups typically contain between 3-6 athletes.

Not all training is equal! Since 2006, our training template has continued to evolve with the latest science and research. It is designed to provide the athlete a complete performance training session consisting of both movement skills and strength training. It not only provides performance enhancements, but more importantly it will help to prevent injuries.

1) Soft tissue mobilization

Athletes spend time before the actual workout begins foam rolling the entire body to relieve stress/trigger points, preparing the body for the workout.

2) Movement Preparation

Athletes are taken through a dynamic warm-up that prepares the body for the movement training later in the workout. Muscles are stretched dynamically by re-enforcing proper movement patterns that are commonly used in athletic movement.

3) Torso training

The core or power zone of the body is trained utilizing stability, rotational, flexion and lateral flexion exercises. Posture and proper athletic stance are also addressed.

4) Speed/Agility training

Linear speed and lateral agility is developed utilizing PAL mechanics (Posture, Arm action, Leg action) drills. The athlete is taken through foundational technical skills, programmed drills, and competitive speed and agility races. The athlete is taught how to accelerate, decelerate, change direction and react to movement.

5) Unilateral/Bilateral leg training

The athlete is taken through both single and double leg drills that develop the ability to generate and absorb force. This part of our training is a key component in the prevention of ACL tears and other lower body injuries.

6) Strength and Power development

The strength and power component is a major part of PSI’s program. The athlete is taken through movement pattern based strength exercises that will improve the strength to bodyweight ratio of the athlete. This will help to improve overall athleticism and reduce potential injuries. The athlete is trained to be a better athlete not a weight lifter.

7) Metabolic Conditioning

Athletes are taken through a short (less than 15min) intense conditioning peroid utilizing a variety of movements that develop cariovascular codntiioning and burn body fat.

8) Correctives

Athletes that score a 1 on any movement pattern on our FMS evaluation may need to add additional corrective exercises to strengthen certain muscle groups allowing for proper movement and reducing the chance of injury.

9) Static Flexibility

Athletes are taken through a flexibility routine utilizing stretch bands to improve joint range of motion throughout the body.