Life Performance Enhancement represents the future in fitness, sport performance, and rehabilitation. LPE is owned by former Azusa Pacific University strength and conditioning coach Derek Wohlers.
Helping people experience their potential, recover from injury, and get on a path to freedom in their physicality.
Derek is an excellent coach
I learned a lot about baseball and how my muscles work together to help me perform at my best. This program helped me with arm care and arm strength. Also, it made it so I was more explosive and had a faster first step. I have grown a lot through the program and now I have a better arm and more velocity on my throw.
I liked working at life performance enhancement because I did movements and exercises my body has never done which helped my strength and flexibility. It pushed me to my limits and I became stronger and more physical.
All clients go through a total body assessment. This gives LPE complete knowledge of the person's current physical condition. A personal program can then be created that gives the client what their body needs rehabilitatively, proveds what they want regarding fitness and inproves their bodies ability to perform at their desired activities.
Expert in Strength and Conditioning and Human Performance with extensive experience in leadership, developing, implementing, coaching, and supervising various fitness, sport performance, and rehabilitative programs. Notated for creativity and innovative methods in the weight room and on the field by university coaches across the country. Levels of experience include high school, college, professional, international track and field. Expert in human movement involving the shoulder, joint, and rotation of the spine. Experienced in coaching the following: mobility, flexibility, neurological stimulation, movement segmentation, movement sequencing, gymnastics, dance, martial arts, strength, speed, rehabilitation, general weight loss, healthy aging, etc. Expansive knowledge of medical terminology, strength and conditioning equipment, and human relation skills. Experience in managing diverse environments of university strength and conditioning facilities across Midwest and west coast. Experience in handling dual responsibility as a baseball and strength and conditioning coach at the high school and university level. Experience coaching at the championship level as a two time participant for nations number one ranked team in College Baseball World Series. Coached and consulted for national recruiting and player development businesses and organizations across the country. Experience in lecturing on sport performance and nutrition strategies to improve on field performance. Experienced in the use of human movement analyzation software. Experience in entrepreneurialism; starting a business that has served the community through fitness, sport performance, and rehabilitation services for 12+ years. Served as Chief Financial Officer for a 501-c3 non-profit focused on using sports to reach at-risk-youth and offer life changing opportunities. Mentorship to younger professionals in the fitness and sport performance industry through internship opportunities offered to local universities. Students received on the on-the-job training.
Pricing is dictated by choice of program and training environment.
After graduating from college I began coaching at the high school level and soon after was asked to coach at my alma mater Azusa Pacific University. I've been involved with working with athletes since that time.
LPE clients include MLB, USA Track & Field, NAIA, NCAA, PGA athletes as well as fitness enthusiates from San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties.
athletic experience is valuable for the coach to have. Those coaches who have coached at multiple levels will provide a wider array of communication skills and teaching techniques which will yield in faster understanding of the student. Education is very important as well as additional credentials. An area of expertise demonstates a desire for absolute undersatnding and will usually yeild a superior understanding of the sport discipline.
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