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Youth, College Prep, and Adult Sports Performance

At Bon Secours In Motion Sports Performance, our Youth, College Prep and Adult Performance Programs are tailored to ensure you develop your sports specific needs at any age. Each program is 60 minutes of specific and customized sports performance training. In addition, our Registered Dietitian will meet individually with each athlete to assess current dietary habits and recommend changes based on sport specific fueling and recovery needs as well as individual performance goals.

Youth Sports Performance Overview

  • Customized program designed and instructed by a Certified Performance Specialist
  • 60 minute small group training sessions
  • One Monthly Appointment with Registered Dietitian (parent/guardian must be present)
  • Personal guidance based on your goals, evaluation of current habits and meal planning
  • Pricing: $280 per month unlimited or $250 for 10 sessions (sessions to be used within 90 days)

College Prep Performance Overview

  • Customized program designed and instructed by a Certified Performance Specialist
  • 60 minute small group training sessions
  • One Monthly Appointment with Registered Dietitian
  • Personal guidance based on your goals, evaluation of current habits and meal planning
  • Post Workout Recovery Shake After Each Workout
  • Price: $375 per month unlimited or $250 for 10 sessions (sessions to be used within 90 days)

Adult Performance Program Overview

  • Customized program designed and instructed by a Certified Performance Specialist
  • 60 minute small group training sessions
  • One Monthly Appointment with Registered Dietitian
  • Personal guidance based on your goals, evaluation of current habits and meal planning
  • Post Workout Recovery Shake After Each Workout
  • Pricing: $280 per month unlimited or $250 for 10 sessions (sessions to be used within 90 days)

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