Next Level Athletics

Next Level Athletics

5.0 (1)
2 employees
18 years in business

About this pro

At Next Level Athletics, we believe in training the entire body to produce optimal human performance. No gimmicks, no fads; we utilize trusted and proven training techniques to build the world's best athletes and deliver them in age-appropriate programs led by our expert coaches. Nothing at Next Level Athletics is random. Every day, every workout follows a strategic training cycle that is meticulously planned and backed by sports science.

There are so many aspects to why coaching is fulfilling. I had always wanted to be a coach and pursue a training career and potentially a football career but eventually realized that my passion was training others to succeed. Over the last ten years coaching and training, I’ve experienced virtually every type of personality and athlete you can think of, beginners, funny people, complex thinkers, laid back students, committed players, frustrated athletes, high expectations, low expectations, and many more. The greatest asset a coach requires is the patience and ability to communicate effectively with all of these personality types. Coaching and Personal training, in some instances, is essential to an individual and often a critical piece of someone’s life, and while it’s meant to be fun, it can also provide stress. I’ve had people come to me after they were devastated that they weren’t able to earn a specific position on their team because they lacked the speed and athleticism to play that postion. It's my passion to help those indivisuals improve as an athelete and build up confidence and allow them to start having fun again. 

Now, here are my top 5 reasons why training and coaching is so rewarding in no particular order. Enjoy.

  1. Going to work every day because I love what I do
  2. Being passionate about helping people.
  3. Enjoying and interacting with people and working on someones goals each day.
  4. Always learning either through education or through every student that comes to me for coaching.
  5. When the student texts you: “I just ran my time ever, I cannot thank you enough.”

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Credentials

San Leon, TX 77539
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1 Review

5.0

  • Beth Lewis

    Coach "E" has built my daughters confindence up over the last the 4-weeks. and also drasticly inproved her form running, speed and power. My daughter home to firstbase time use to be 4.5 sec and she now runs a 3.55 sec time. "Her select softball coaches took notice and asked what she been doing over the summer"



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

At the heart of our 60-minute workouts is our proprietary 5-Star Training Program system, where all exercises follow a specific progression of:

  • Dynamic warm-up
  • Performance
  • Strength training
  • Core and conditioning
  • Cooldown

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am NESTA SAQ Certified, SPARQ Personal Trainer certified background checks through TIFI Football league, and have ten years of coaching experience in youth sports for Girls Fastpitch, Baseball, Football, and Basketball focusing on Speed, agility, and strength. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Indivisual 1 on 1 training: 

Small Group 3-5 students:

Team 6 -15 sudents:

Large Group Training 15-30 students:


How did you get started teaching?

In High School, I was a three-year varsity starter for the La Porte High School, earning 24-5A All-district honors all three years. After High school, I played two years of college football at Tyler College. After college, I began coaching Youth Football teams with the La Porte Cowboys and Texans with a made two Superbowl appearances with a win and a loss, and for eight years of coaching, TIFI football never missed a playoff appearance.  

 


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with students who play Fastpitch sofball, Baseball, Football, Track and Basketball. I have worked with students as young as 7- years old all they way up college. 

I have training oppertunities for

beginners

intermediates

College level 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

A recent event I am fond of came from an 11-year old select softball who came to me a month ago looking to get faster as she ran a 4.5 sec home to first-base 60-ft time. After only five lessons, she called excited that her coach timed her at 3.55 sec fastest time and an average 3.62 sec home to first- base 60ft time. 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Advice for next-level training students have an open mindset, be patient in the process, and always give your best effort.  


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Students should have goals and expectations for their training.