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PRIVATE Athletic Training sessions

Team / Organization Training

This is great for coaches or organizations seeking an advantage in their team/program. I will teach players game time techniques that will have their mental toughness tested. I will go beyond the daily techniques to show how to use and take mechanics to the next level. I will show them how to train on their own or with teammates. As an objective third party I will have the opportunity to suggest alternative strategies to improve your overall team.

**Team RATES MAY VARY, SIGN UP FOR MORE DETAILS**

At SHOCK THE WORLD we believe every athlete has the opportunity to push themselves to achieve their personal best. Become a different breed. Nothing is impossible. Through athletic training you will gain a stronger belief in yourself and your abilities.

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Mason Robinson is beyond fast. He is:


- Somerset county (NJ)  100 meter DASH record holder (10.51)
- 2007 NJ Meet of Champions 100 meter dash champion (10.51)
- A former Rutgers Football Player (CO-CAPTAIN OF 2012-2013 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM)
- A former NFL Football Player (NY Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers)


Additional Stats:
100 meter DASH (10.51); 200 Meter dash (21.66)
40 yard Dash (4.27 at an NFL tryout)
Broad Jump (10 Ft 7 in)
Vertical Jump (39.5)
Short Shuttle (3.97)​

One-On-One Training

This is a perfect way to learn new, innovative workouts for your sport. We will concentrate on proper mechanics and personal improvement. Each workout will help you become a better overall athlete and teach you what you need to blow your opponents out of the water. Perhaps you are fighting for a roster spot, a starting role, or to get on to varsity - this training will give you the best chance of achieving your goal. 

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Athletic Training