We have a history of helping more than 1 million athletes achieve their goals. Athletic Republic’s marketing campaign titled ‘We Know Athletes’ is more than a marketing tagline, it speaks to the soul of the Athletic Republic brand and to the core of why each of our performance sports trainers proudly wears the circle-star logo. ‘We Know Athletes’ is our rallying call to help every athlete achieve their personal best, reach their athletic goals, and gain a competitive advantage through the AR training system.
May 11, 2017
March 23, 2017
Every March, College Basketball manages to offer us a month’s worth of excitement through a host of buzzer beaters, Cinderella stories, and impressive team achievements. For most college coaches, and just like their peers coaching high school and AAU teams; their next season begins when they exit this year’s tournament. Given how fast young players develop, very few coaches can predict the size, talent or skill of the athletes who join them on the court that first day of practice. So, they focus on what they can control and encourage their players to dedicate the Spring, Summer, and Fall to preparing to play next season.
March 8, 2017
What does it take to be football fast? For the past 27 years, Athletic Republic has recognized that speed is a skill that can be taught, developed and improved. More than one million athletes have benefited from this expertise, which now includes the NFL Combine 40-Yard Dash King, John Ross III.
January 3, 2017
JANUARY 3, 2017 - PARK CITY, UTAH – Athletic Republic announced today that sports performance training executive Peter Barbaresi has joined Athletic Republic as an advisor. Barbaresi, who served as the CEO of Velocity Sports Performance since 2009, left his post this past summer to serve as CEO of Yoga Six, a growing yoga studio chain business.
December 12, 2016
December 12, 2016 - For the past 11 years, the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has annually surveyed thousands of fitness professionals from around the world to determine the health and fitness trends. The survey is intended to identify current and emerging trends in the commercial, clinical, community and corporate segments of the industry. It also recognizes which trends are falling out of favor and may have been more of a fad than a sustainable form of fitness.
December 6, 2016
The new year brings with it new resolutions and new goals, as athletes look forward to their next season. A preparation plan starts to take shape as knowledge gained from the last season and a timeline for pre-season training is established. The NCAA recommends, “a progressive comprehensive conditioning program at least four weeks before pre-season work-outs begin.” Meanwhile, Endurance athletes use the pre-season training block to build strength and stability so they may handle the rigors of their training program. Coaches and experienced athletes recognize that injury risk increases if an athlete has not achieved a high-level of fitness before the first day of practice, so most coaches encourage a pre-season training plan that builds training volume and intensity in a systematic and periodized manner.
November 3, 2016
Baseball’s post season just ended with the most watched World Series game in the last 25 years. It also ended a curse that had plagued one of baseball’s most storied franchises. There were numerous battles fought over this 7 game series and I’m not sure Hollywood could have written a better script. At the plate, batters were challenged by 100 MPH pitches and breaking balls that moved several feet. There were great battles in the field, as line drives, double plays and aggressive base running challenged every player’s skill. In the dugout, managers battled against each other and drew on their entire bench in an all-out effort to record a W. In a game where even the best hitters fail more often than they succeed, I’m struck by five things we learned from being caught-up with the Cubbies.
Seoul, Korea – October 24, 2016 -- XION has become the newest member of the Athletic Republic Network with the opening of their new sports training center in Seoul, Korea this week. In a partnership with leading Asia Sports Business firm Sportizen, this new XION training center will bring Athletic Republic’s high performance equipment and science-based training systems to Korea for the first time. The grand opening event saw an attendance of nearly 100 special guests and included presentations from Sportizen CEO, CK Shim, Dr. Junggi Hong, the Dean of Sports Medicine at Korea’s prestigious CHA University and special advisor to XION, and Athletic Republic’s CEO, Charlie Graves.
August 31, 2016
Sparks, Maryland, August 31, 2016 -- Athletic Republic, a growing leader in sports performance training, has announced its new partnership with US Lacrosse and MedStar Health. With the opening of a new Athletic Republic training center within the MedStar Health facility at US Lacrosse Headquarters in Sparks, Md., this September, the new partnership is designed to help advance the athletic development of lacrosse athletes while also providing them support during their recovery from injury.