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Summer Training - Open Registration
Summer 2013 Training is now open for registration.
Instagram Competition - WIN Nike Fuel Band
Who can take the Best BlueStreak Training Photo(s)? Athlete's vote @bluestreakst and winners take home Nike Fuel Band ($150 Value) & much more!
BlueStreak All-Star Transfers to USC Football Team
Silas Redd transfers from Penn State to University of Southern California to continue his football athletic career. BlueStreak team wishes you the best of luck!
Khairi Fortt Transfers to University of California
BlueStreak standout athlete transfers from Penn State Football squad to University of California to finish his NCAA career. BlueStreak wishes him the best of luck!
SPARQ Lacrosse Testing Results HERE!!!!
SPARQ testing results taken at the lacrosserecruits.com organized showcase at New Canaan High School are posted for participants to see.
Public Invitation to OPEN HOUSE
Over $15,000 worth of prizes will be given away to those who come check out the new BlueStreak at Chelsea Piers Connecticut facility on July 11th from 6-8PM! Much more prizes as well.. read more.
Summer of Speed Sweepstakes
Win big ticket training items by visiting, AR Facebook and signing up today!
BlueStreak Launches Summer of Speed
Summer training provides athletes the opportunity to accelerate their skills, improve their conditioning and create a competitive advantage for summer sports, for select team try-outs and for their return to the field, court or ice to compete this fall.
BlueStreak @ Chelsea Piers CT
Chelsea Piers CT mega complex will have a BlueStreak Sports Training inside their Stamford Walls. Grand opening is July 2012.
Jason Kalinowski talks about his exerpeinces
Summer Camp & Conditioning The summer of 2011 was marked by significant advancements in Jason Kalinowski's hockey career. The 6 feet, 185 pound forward earned an invitation to the USA Hockey Select 16 Development Camp.
Throughout the summer, Kalinowski participated in a rigorous training program at the Blue Streak Sports Training Facility in Stamford. The Apex Hockey Training Program was conducted in 2-hour daily sessions, Monday through Friday, for 12 weeks. The program is designed for professional, college and prep/high school players. In an interview in the Stamford Advocate, Kalinowski said:
"We were lifting weights. We were working on the (hockey) treadmill. There were skating drills which gave me very quick strides on ice. It developed my quickness. The bench presses gave me strength. And the drills gave me quick feet."
Tommy Lyons commits to Mt. St. Mary University in Emmitsburg, MD
Tommy Lyons commits to play lacrosse at Mount St. Mary's for the fall of 2012
BlueStreak's Jay Clement recognized as Master Trainer
BlueStreak Sports Training is proud to announce Executive Director of Training Operations Jay Clement has been designated as a master trainer with Athletic Republic.
According to Vice President of Operations at BlueStreak Sports Training, Matt Stack, "There is no doubt in my mind that Jay is amongst the nation's finest sports performance trainers. Athletes in the tri-state area have the amazing opportunity to work with one of the nation's elite trainers. He has helped develop some of the best football, lacrosse, hockey, and soccer talent in the northeastern United States. Jay, a former collegiate Division I football player himself, has the unique ability to bridge the gap between coach and athlete, to create a connection and always receive an athletes personal best."
He has helped train several college football prospects such as Silas Redd and Khari Fortt at Penn State, Connor Hanratty at Notre Dame, Max Wardacki at Princeton, Anthony Chepis at Duke, and Keith Carlos at Purdue. Other notable athletes that have trained under Clement are are Meg Henry of the U.S Olympic Skeleton Team, Case Mathias, a lacrosse prospect of Duke; Joe Funicello, an European professional soccer player and former UConn basketball player Craig Austrie.
Rachel Vallarelli declared "Show Stopper" during Fall Ball Exhibitions
Silas Redd Making a Name for himself at Penn State
Since his junior year in high school, Silas Redd has been working hard at BlueStreak to improve his game each season. Silas worked hard in the weight room to gain strength but also worked with BlueStreak's Master Trainer Jason Clement to improve his athletic ability, footwork and overall speed. BlueStreak and their staff want to wish Silas best of luck for his upcoming 2011 season.
Greenwich's Taylor Bucklin transfers to Trinity Catholic and Commits to Play Division 1 Soccer
The past 10 months have been busy for Taylor Bucklin. Last fall the goalkeeper set a Greenwich High School girls soccer record by allowing just nine goals all season, and posted a shutout over Westhill in the FCIAC championship game.
Then Bucklin, nominated as a finalist for the U.S. Youth Soccer Top 10 Saves contest, won the award for a stop she made playing for the CFC United U16 team.
Bucklin said she will hone her skills by working out at BlueStreak Sports Training in Stamford and with a private goalkeeping coach.
Athletic Republic and Gatorade team up to build a robust sports nutrition-based partnership targeting thousands of athletes.
As part of the partnership, Athletic Republic will provide high level athletes the Gatorade G Series Pro products and implement a comprehensive sports nutrition learning plan. Athletic Republic trainers and other expert staff will counsel athletes on proper sports nutrition, before, during and after exercise. Additionally, Athletic Republic and Gatorade will work to build customized digital initiatives, including web-based sports nutrition advice from scientists at the Gatorade Sports Science Institute and Athletic Republic’s resident exercise scientists, customized content using Gatorade’s vast athlete roster and unique social media initiatives. The two companies will also work to build awareness among this premier athlete segment and emphasize the role of consistent and proper sports nutrition including the need for a healthy and balanced diet in increased performance.
Holy Child Athletes Look to Make Their Mark This Season
The Gryphons hope to rebound from a 7-10 season and return to the form that led them to the NYSAIS semifinal two years ago. Charles Sliter is in his first season as head coach, having been the assistant coach the past two seasons. He welcomes back core members of both the defense and offense, with an especially warm welcome for senior goalie Rachel Vallarelli. She represented Hudson Valley in the Empire State Games, and has made the U.S. U-19 training team. Vallarelli has already signed a letter of intent to play at UMass next season.
Super Sophs Sparq Scores and Rankings
How Do You Rate?
The SPARQ Lacrosse Rating is an index of athleticism calculated from the results on a battery of four field tests of athletic performance: vert ical jump, combined with body weight to calculate peak leg power; 20-yard dash, for linear acceleration; 30-yard shuttle, for agility; and rotat ional Power Bal l, for upper-body power.
Each Rating provides a window into the athlete’s capacities to meet the physical demands of ‘the fastest game on two feet’. The SPARQ Rating is an objective tool that should be used to inform an athlete’s goal setting for training and to measure the progress of his physical development.
Con Ed Award: Fox Lane's Lindsay Toppe
Fox Lane's Lindsay Toppe sits in her ninth-period class with jitters every gameday. The final school bell rings and she heads home to a hot plate of spaghetti to fuel her fire within that strikes fear in other teams. When she's done eating, she heads back to school to get psyched up with her girls lacrosse teammates over hip-hop heavy beats in the locker room. Her team is ready. She's ready. That's bad news for the day's adversary.
Toby Gerhart Prepares for NFL Combine at Athletic Republic
Toby Gerhart, Doak Walker Award winner and Heisman Trophy runner-up, is eager to prove doubters wrong this week in the NFL scouting combine which will be held in Indianapolis. Gerhart has been training in the Athletic Republic network since eighth grade, and returned to work on his speed in preparation for the combine.
Cole Marcoux Takes The Ride
Last June, Cole Marcoux was an unheralded quarterback prospect preparing for his senior season at The Fieldston School in the Bronx, when he attended Football University - Philadelphia. His size and skills impressed the production team preparing to shoot the opening episode of a new reality TV show, The Ride, and he was invited to be one of 8 unknown high school quarterbacks looking to win a spot in the All-American Bowl.
BlueStreak Sports Training gains national recognition with performance coaches
BlueStreak Sports Training a member of the Athletic Republic network, is being given the highest of praise this weekend when two of their Performance Coaches; Jay Clement (Running Director) and Bill Hayden (Sports Performance Coordinator) are being named as the Performance Training Coaches for the Army All-American East squad.
Introducing the BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Player Of The Week Award
This week we are introducing the BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Player of the Week award, sponsored by BlueStreak Sports Training in Stamford, which has agreed to become the exclusive advertiser on my blog.
Redd wants to remain a King on the field
It was 11 years ago when Mike Redd convinced Danny Gouin, then an assistant coach for the King football team, to come watch his younger brother Silas play in a Pop Warner game.
"He always looked head and shoulders above everybody else," Gouin recalled. "The minute he got the ball, or was on defense, you knew who he was."
"He always looked head and shoulders above everybody else," Gouin recalled. "The minute he got the ball, or was on defense, you knew who he was."
Area athletes flocking to BlueStreak Fitness Center
Maglathlin, who graduated from Darien High School last month and soon will be leaving to begin her freshman season with the Duke volleyball team, is being led around by her trainer, Jenna Tammel, through a rapid-fire routine of agility, sprinting and weight drills, often using space-age-looking equipment.
Fortt, Redd earn MVP honors at Top Gun Camp
Khairi Fortt and Silas Redd made a pact at the start of the summer: to go to no more than one football camp before the high school season started.
Fortt flying high on college radars
Fortt, who is two months away from beginning his senior year at Stamford High School, is one of the top prospects in the country, a linebacker whose stock has been skyrocketing. At a recent Nike Camp at State College, Pa., the 6-foot-3, 225-pound Fortt drew some of the biggest raves.
Sports Injury Seminar: March 21 @ 7:00PM
Join BlueStreak experts for an informational presentation and discussino on Managing In-Season Aches and Pains.
March 21, 2013
BlueStreak Blood Drive - Donate & Save $50
DO RIGHT: Donate Blood on Saturday December 15th from 11:00-4:00pm and save $50 OFF BlueStreak Training.
Monday December 10th - Saturday December 15th (11:00am-4:00pm)
Skill - Training Combo LAX CLINICS
Lax.com & BlueSTreak have Combined stand-out lacrosse skilled athletes/coaches and sports specific training expertise to proudly present four intensive, 90 minute lax specific clinics.
Sept 29, Oct 13, Oct 20, Oct 27 (12:00-3:00PM Each Clinic)
NO CHARGE Boxing Classes
Boxing is coming to BlueStreak. Try out sessions for free next week!
Tues July 31th & Thursday August 2nd
Public OPEN HOUSE Celebrating Grand Opening
Athletes and families are invited to BlueStreak at Chelsea Piers CT's OPEN HOUSE, July 11 from 6-8PM. Great prizes, learn about our sports specific training, receive a guided tour of the Chelsea Piers facility, meet the BlueStreak Staff, and much more!
Wednesday July 11 (6-8PM)
FBU Meeting @ BlueStreak
The right connection can determine your future in football.. Learn how to be seen.
March 29, 2012 @ 7:30 pm
New Canaan Football segment on SNY
New Canaan Football and BlueStreak will be on TV, the SNY network, on Novemeber 6th before the Jets game. Traditions TV chose NC High School to do a documentry on their tradition and success as a team and wanted to see what they did during the summer to help them get tot he level they are today.
BlueStreak Winter hours will Start after Labor Day
As of September 6th, BlueStreak will return to it's school hours. Sessions start at 3pm and end at 9pm. You can schedule your workouts for the 3pm, 5pm or 7pm session at the front desk or by calling the facility any time at 203-969-2583.
Augutst 31, 2011
Summer Sun Girl’s Lacrosse Showcase
National College Recruitment Showcase and Nike SPARQ Combine
Demonstrate Your Skills to Division 1, 2 and 3 College Coaches and Recruitment Officials
Elite Rising Juniors and Elite Rising Seniors – Graduating 2012 and 2013 Only
Improve Your College Prospects
This Is a Must Do for Those Who Aspire to Play Collegiate Women’s Lacrosse
Coach’s Nomination Mandatory - Limited Spots Available– Inquire Now
July 30, 2011
Tell me about your Acceleration Program?
The full program takes 6 weeks, depending on how you schedule your workouts. You should plan to schedule a minimum of three times per week for maximum strength and physiological changes. You should lift weights two or three times a week, skate/run on the treadmill two times a week, and perform plyometrics once a week. We will help you design your schedule when you begin. At the end of the program we will provide a thorough post-program evaluation so that your improvements can be measured and recorded.
Who is the program for?
The program is not just for the elite. It helps people improve regardless of their ability. With this program you are sure to improve your speed, strength, and self-confidence. The more you put in, the more you get out. Our goal is to help every participant excel, no matter what level they are at physically.
What are the age limits?
Research has shown the greatest neurological changes in the body occur before age 13. The more you can do prior to the onset of puberty, within a safe and controlled environment, such as BlueStreak Sports Training, the better neuromuscular system the athlete will have after puberty. Also, because of the physical demands this program places on the athlete, we conduct a thorough pre-program evaluation. If the athlete does not have sufficient strength we offer a Ground-based Program that will enable the athlete to develop the proper amount of strength needed to complete the BlueStreak program.
What does the "6 week running and 6 week ice hockey program" consist of?
First, the athlete comes in for a pre-test, which is an evaluation of performance, strength, and flexibility testing. Each athlete’s training is planned out for the specific needs of the athlete and includes the super treadmill, Plyometrics, and Strength training. Advanced levels of training consist of the patented Sprint Cords.
- Running Treadmill: 12 sessions, 2x a week. Used to analyze and improve running and sprinting mechanics. We help you lengthen and quicken your stride so you are faster and more agile. You will use the treadmill to run quick interval sprints, which gradually increase, so your body gets conditioned to recover faster.
- Hockey Treadmill: 12 sessions, 2x a week. The athlete wears ice skates to skate on an ice-like treadmill that can incline up to 40% and reach a speed of 17mph. Much like the running treadmill, it works to improve skating speed, biomechanics, and strength throughout the six weeks.
- Plyometrics: Train once a week by doing a variety of footwork drills to improve balance, agility, and vertical jump. You will gain outstanding body awareness and the ability to move quickly and explosively.
- Strength Training: 2-3x a week using specially designed weight lifting equipment to improve power base. Very young athletes may also use strength-building techniques which do not involve weights.
- Patented Sprint Cords: Attach to arms or legs to increase resistance during running, hitting, throwing, and kicking. They are used differently for each sport. Sprint cords enable athletes to strengthen at velocities used in actual athletic competition.
One is allowed a maximum of 10 weeks to complete the program from the start date. You should plan to schedule three sessions a week for maximum strength and physiological changes. You should lift 2-3 times a week, run or skate twice per week, and perform plyometrics once a week. We will help you design a schedule when you begin.
When should I begin the BlueStreak Program in relation to the athletic season?
Start the program 8-10 weeks before training starts for your sport. This will give you time to finish the program and allow a week or two of rest before your sport begins. If a vacation or other plans will interfere with your schedule, move your starting date forward to allow extra completion time. You will get the best results when your training is not interrupted by more than a week, so try to keep on track.
What can I do during the season to maintain improvements made during the program?
We have maintenance programs and team training available throughout your season, and can be scheduled at your convenience.
What can I do to keep making gains?
The Acceleration Program has five levels. Each level of training involves greater intensity. Once you’ve been through one level, then participated in your sport, you may want to come back for the next level. Or you may complete the levels in succession based upon your maximal sprint speed.
How is the BlueStreak Program different from what I can get at camps?
Not to discourage camps, but our program is based on years of science, research, and program modifications. Also camps teach you specific skills for your sport. BlueStreak Sports Training focuses on building speed, strength, quickening jumping ability, power, and overall conditioning. As the price is comparable, you get far more one-on-one time with professionals and you get over 6 weeks to absorb and practice what you are learning. You get 40 hours of training at the facility for the duration of your program.
How can I compare this program to other conditioning programs?
There is no other program like ours in the world. BlueStreak Sports Training protocols were scientifically developed, tested, and researched with input from exercise physiologists, orthopedic physicians, athletic trainers, physical and occupational therapists, and many others. We used patented equipment designed for and use exclusively by the Frappier Acceleration Network. Besides the high levels of expertise, alumni of our program will tell you it’s great for building an athlete’s motivation.
What can I expect at my first appointment?
Come dressed to workout. Please be wearing shorts, a t-shirt, and running shoes. You will go through an extensive evaluation of your strength, speed, power, and flexibility. You will want to eat a light meal 2 or 3 hours before your appointment. After the session you will need to schedule further appointments. In order to take advantage of our supplemental nutritional analysis, you must bring a 3-day food record.