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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 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

Incoming women's lacrosse goalie Rachel Vallarelli has been named to the U.S. Lacrosse 2011 All-American Showcase which will take place at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resorts from July 17-22.
Vallarelli will be a freshman next season for the three-time defending Atlantic 10 Champion UMass women's lacrosse team. A native of Hartsdale, N.Y., Vallarelli has been a standout goalie at the School of the Holy Child and has also been a member of the U.S. Under-19 National Team. Heading into last season, she was listed among the ESPN RISE Top-10 Goalies.


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.

Taylor Bucklin Commits to Michigan to Play Soccer


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."


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.


Latest Events

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 & 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


Matthew W. Cole, President

Matt grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah where he excelled in football, wrestling, and rugby. He was awarded numerous awards in football including First team All-State, Defensive MVP and Team Captain for two years. Matt was the Utah 5A state wrestling champion and team wrestling captain for two years. Matt was a four-year starter and two year captain with the renowned Highland Rugby squad, which won four national championships and finished third in the High School World Cup in Zimbabwe, Africa. He was named team MVP and earned 1st team All American selection. He was invited to play rugby professionally abroad but decided to serve a two-year service mission for his church to Sydney, Australia.

Before BlueStreak Matt was the assistant to the Vice President of Financial Investment’s at Smith Barney, a division of Citigroup Global Markets Inc. He assisted the Vice President in developing good relationships with prospective clients and maintaining current customers. He helped implement creative ideas, and better methods to produce more revenues and to better serve his clients. In 2005 Matt co-founded a real estate LLC called Pounce Properties. Their Investment team developed raw land. They also bought and sold a number of properties.

Matt is currently enrolled at Babson College-Franklin W. Olin Graduate School of Business (MBA), Entrepreneurship 2012-2014 (expected). Matt earned his Bachelors of Applied Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Management and Marketing from Fordham University where he earned dean's list honor. Matt was also named to the All-Academic Patriot league honor roll. Matt played football for the University of Utah and Fordham University. As the starting weak side defensive end for Fordham, Matt was respected by his teammates for his strength, leadership, work ethic, and energy.

Since January of 2006 Matt has served, as Bluestreak Sports Training President in which it has seen tremendous growth under in his leadership. Bluestreak earned 2009-2010 MVP facilities out of Athletic Republic 160 facilities nationwide. More than 8,000 athletes have been trained in BlueStreak program. He currently serves on Athletic Republic advisory council and co-chairs their Business Development and Customer Service Committee's. Mr. Cole currently resides in Connecticut with wife Ashley and their three kids.

Jay Clement, Executive Director of Training Operations

Jason Clement has been a part of the BlueStreak team since 2007 where he started as an intern.  He graduated with an Exercise Science Degree from Sacred Heart University and is currently recognized as a Master Trainer throughout the Athletic Republic Network.  Jason played DI-AA Football in college and was a multi-sport athlete locally from New Fairfield high school.  He currently works with Professional athletes in Soccer, NFL, CFL and Olympic athletes that are looking to improve their game.  His passion for sports and his extensive knowledge of training has helped position Jason as one of the more prestige trainers in the nation. 

Christopher Zapata, Director of BlueStreak at Chelsea Piers Connecticut

Chris is a Stamford Native, born and raised. He grew up playing a plethora of sports which helped him become the athlete that he grew into. He graduated from Trinity Catholic High School in 2005, where he left his mark as in the classroom and on the field. His Senior year he Tri-Captained in Football, Track and Field, and Baseball. He played Varsity all 4 years of his High School career. 
He then went on to play baseball at Iona College, only to transfer to St. Thomas Aquinas College and earn a BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. There he played his first two years as a utility Infielder and then took over the stating second base job his Junior and Senior year. He also captained the baseball team his senior year. After he finished up his Collegiate career he was able to break in the Minor League Independent ranks, playing in the Can-Am and North American League. He was signed to go play out in Arizona this past season in the North American League, but chose to stick with BlueStreak in it's next step of growth.  
Chris is going on his seventh year at BlueStreak and has been a workhorse since the day he started working here. He has been through it all at BlueStreak beginning as an athlete and evolving to where he is today.

Adam Delgado, Director of Hockey Operations

Adam Delgado started at BlueStreak as an athlete, from this experience he then decided that training athletes to take their games to the next level was something he loved being a part of.  Adam began his professional career at BlueStreak Sports Training in Stamford, Connecticut in 2007 as an athlete/part-time employee.  Adam’s passion for training hockey players of all ages and skill levels are the reason why he is now the Director of Hockey Operations for both BlueStreak Headquarters and BlueStreak at Chelsea Piers CT. 

Prior to joining BlueStreak, Adam gained extensive experience that stems from his playing background.  Adam was a 2 time All-State High School D1, 1st Team hockey player, as well as a 3 time All-FCIAC D1 1st Team hockey player.  Post-high school Adam gained his experience playing hockey at the D1 Prep School level (NEPSAC WEST), Junior A level (EJHL), and he even spent time at the D1 Collegiate level at Merrimack College (Hockey East).   Adam is a USA Hockey Level IV Certified Hockey Coach, and has been coaching youth hockey locally for 5 years.  Adam also coach’s High School Fall League (FHL) games, and runs all pre-season on-ice practices for a local high school.

BlueStreak Hockey boasts 11 NHL Draft picks, 94 Division I athletes, 17 Professional players, 2 US Olympians and more than 250 prep school hockey players.  Adam is not only included in those stats, but he also has had a hand in training a large number of them.

Bill Hayden, Football Manager

Bill Hayden grew up in Northeast Pennsylvania where he lettered in Football and Track at Delaware Valley High School. After becoming an All-Region selection on defensive line his senior year he decided to continue his education and football career at Sacred Heart University.

While finishing his junior year Bill tore his ACL and broke his knee cap and had to sit out his true senior year to red-shirt and rehabilitate his knee. During this time was when he found his love for athletic training, injury prevention, and overcoming injuries to compete again.

 After completion of his 5th year of football and school, Bill began his career at BlueStreak Sports Training. Four years later Bill is the Football Manager and dedicated to continue educating athletes on how to prevent injuries and how to train to get to the next level.

Dave Robbins MS, CSCS, NASM-CPT, Performance & Staff Development Coordinator

Dave joined the BlueStreak team in January, 2008. What started as an internship opportunity quickly became a career. Dave was extremely active growing up and decided to focus on soccer and track and field during high school. Dave’s coaches played an integral part in his decision to pursue Exercise Science as a college major. Having coaches that were willing to sit down and explain the science behind each workout gave Dave the drive to learn more.

Dave attended Sacred Heart University and graduated in 2009 with his B.S. in Exercise Science, and again in 2011 with his Masters in Exercise Science and Nutrition. Dave is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) and has his Level 1 USA Weight lifting certification (USAW). While working on his Master's, Dave performed an internship in the fall of 2010 at Quinnipiac University working under their Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. He had the opportunity to work with: Men's Hockey, Men's Basketball, Men's Lacrosse, Women's Field Hockey, Women's Softball, Men's and Women's Cross Country, and their Competitive Cheer team. Currently Dave continues to offer his expertise and expand his knowledge at the Division I level working with Sacred Heart University's Football and Men's Lacrosse team.

Stephanie Isaza, Director of Operations

Stephanie attended Manhattanville College and graduated in 2011 with a major in Political Science and a minor in Business Management and Sociology. Her BlueStreak journey started in 2009 as the receptionist and moved up to her new position in 2011. Stephanie focuses on sales and manages the company through Mindbody Software.

Billy-Jacques Marcellus, Marketing Coordinator

Billy is originally from Stamford and lived there for most of his youth. He eventually moved to Weston and attended Weston High School, graduating in 2007. He played a variety of sports like soccer, basketball and track. In 2005, Billy helped Weston win their first State Championship for the men’s soccer team.

Billy attended Johnson & Wales University, graduating in 2011 earning his B.S. in Marketing Communications and Advertising. While at school he played soccer for the JWU Wildcats and had the opportunity to play in the NCAA tournament in 2007. He also was apart of the JWU Advertising Team working on campaigns for companies like AOL and JCPenny.

Glen Tobias, MS, RD, CSSD, Sports Performance Nutritionist

Glen has his BS in Nutritional Science from Rutgers University/Cook College and his Masters in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. A Registered Dietitian having completed his internship at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City, Glen was one of the first Board Certified as a Specialist in Sports Dietetics in the country.(CSSD – NOTE: there are less than 500 in North America)

Glen wants you to effectively lose weight or change your body composition which he addresses with both exercise and nutrition. He also addresses each individual person with their specific needs and capabilities, motivation and your own performance level - as there is NO one plan fits all when it comes to Sports Performance Nutrition.

Some highlights include: Affiliated with the Spinal Care Institute at the Hospital for Special Surgery. Has worked for Yale University’s Athletics Dept and Sports Performance facilities in NJ and CT. He has worked with many professional athletes, NFL combine prep programs and MMA fighters.

Eating, Exercise & Education (e3) – that’s what e3 is all about – it’s your pathway to a healthy lifestyle. Through this science-based system and Glens 19 years of experience, you will be well on your way to achieving your goals.

Ali Knott, BS, ACSM, Health Fitness Specialist

Since graduating from Central Connecticut State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion, Ali began his career in personal training at New York Sports Club. He then started as an intern at BlueStreak Sports Training and after three months, was hired on as a Sports Performance Coordinator. As Sports Performance Coordinator, Ali quickly gained experience in working with athletes of all levels, especially adults. Now two years later he is head of BlueStreak's Adult Training Department. His passion for working with athletes/adults has led him to pursue degree in Massage Therapy. Anticipated graduation in 2014.

In addition to being a trainer at BlueStreak, Ali is an Amateur Boxer and regularly participates in matches within the United States. Ali has playing experience in football, baseball, and track.

Bobby Pauls, Hockey/Lacrosse Sports Performance Specialist

Bobby played collegiate Ice Hockey and Lacrosse at New England College, played semi-professional ice hockey for the Danbury Mad Hatters (EPHL), and has been coaching ice hockey since 2006. His Bachelors of Arts Degree in Kinesiology, Level 2 USA Hockey Coach Certification, and AFPA Level One Personal Trainer Certification makes him a vital component to the BlueStreak team.