The objective is to the continuing development of the athlete to achieve goals by a Strength and Conditioning program set by National Professional Associations. The main goal of the program aspires to promote strength, speed, power, and discipline that are capable of putting these qualities into play in the area of competition.
Our passion is to continuously challenge each athlete to bring an attitude of hard work, accountability, and total effort to each workout so the athlete improves physically and mentally. II Lane has over 30 years of experience of training over 10,000 athletes around the world that represented professional
sports to youth.
II Lane offers speed development programs for athletes from professional to youth. The athlete will experience; increased speed, an increase in vertical jump height, and become more explosive, along with improved balance, and agility. This is achieved through a year round, comprehensive, and progressive training regimen. In addition, II Lane offers consulting, and sport specific training camps in Football, Basketball, Gymnastics, Soccer, Baseball, Softball, Golf, Tennis, Volleyball, Swimming, Pro Figure Models, Field Hockey, and Track and Field. II Lane has trained Navy Seals, Green Berets, Marines, local firemen, and other branches of government.
We focus on position skills, proper running mechanics, and nutrition. Our proven system has helped athletes from ages 7 to 82, and from all levels of competition.
Strength training offers a plethora of benefits for overall fitness and health. Strength training helps burn calories, especially when you use your primary muscles and multi-joint exercises. It has a synergistic effect with cardio because one can theoretically perform cardio at a higher and longer intensity with a stronger body as a whole, which will equate into a greater caloric deficit.
In addition, strength training increases bone, muscle, tendon, and ligament strength; improves joint function; reduced potential for injury; increases bone density; elevates metabolism for several hours after workout; increases basal metabolic rate; improves cardiac function; elevates HDL (good) cholesterol; increases muscle tone, size and strength; increases self-confidence;
elevation in hormone production; improves posture; reduces risk of osteoporosis; and elevates neurotransmitters to help ward off depression. In addition, strength training aids in the reduction of body fat. A decrease in body fat percentage is associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and other health ailments.