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Tom Boatright has worked with athletes in many different sports including Track & Field, Basketball, Football, Soccer, Volleyball and Baseball.


Jamario Taylor Tom has worked with several prize track athletes. Jamario Taylor won the Illinois State AA High Jump Championship in 2009 by clearing 7'0". He was also the AAU National Champion that year. Click here to see a workout with Jamario.

Tom's training program includes power and skill training for all track and field events. The program that will be designed for you will be tailored to your particular event.


Tom has helped many basketball players over the years develop their game. The one he is most proud of is his grandson, Ryan Boatright, shown at left. Ryan was named All-State in Illinois as a junior and senior and earned Illinois Mr. Basketball honors as a senior. He was selected Player of the Year by ESPN Chicago. Ryan will be attending UCONN next year on a basketball scholarship.

For basketball, my training emphasizes explosiveness. Explosive leaping, explosive first step off the dribble, lateral quickness on defense and of course, skill development. Our training for explosiveness includes the Leaper, band work, and plyometrics. Skills development includes dribbling, passing, outside shooting, triple-threat moves, etc. Train the Trainright way and you too will be taking your game to the next level.


Click here to see Isaiah on YouTube At left is Isaiah Wilson, one of Tom's up and coming star athletes. Isaiah is a 13-year-old 8th grader who played this past season for the CFAA Chargers as quarterback and linebacker. His team was the 2010 Mid Florida State Champions. Isaiah was the 2010 Mid Florida Runner Up Player of the Year and a 2010 AYF Under Armour All American. Click the photo at left to see Isaiah on YouTube. Another athlete Tom has been working with is Kalvin Hill, running back, Minooka, IL. Click here to see his junior season video highlights.

Tom's training program for football varies according to position and the strengths and weaknesses of individual athlete relative to his position. But no matter what position you play, you need explosiveness and agility. Tom emphasizes both.



  Tom has worked with many soccer players over the years. His speed and agility training has really helped these soccer players reach their full potential.


At left is Martha Stewart, Player of the Year, doing conditioning and agility drills.







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