Sports Performance Training & Athletic Development

Empower Fitness & Performance is the premier center for athletic development in Southern Nevada.  We are unique in that we offer a variety of services and approaches to sports performance and fitness training, and tailor programming to your specific needs and the requirements of your sport!  

Our coaches have worked with the full spectrum of athletes – from youth & high school to collegiate, Olympic, and Professionals.  We pride ourselves on maintaining sound training principles while also staying current on the newest techniques and advances in strength and conditioning.  Our goal is to not just build better athletes – the traditional ‘Bigger, Faster, Stronger’ concept. Our goal is to build better athletes who are healthy, injury-free, durable, and resilient.  It does not good for an athlete to train all off-season and then miss most of their competitive season because they were injured either in the weight room or because a weakness was missed which competition then exploited. 


Young Athlete Programs

Our young athlete programs are broken down into Youth Sports (ages 9 – 13) and High School Sports (ages 14 – 18). We split these groups because they generally have different training needs based on development and prior experience with training.  These age groups are often overlooked when it comes to strength and conditioning. Young athletes often don’t start training until they get to high school, and in many schools there is a lack of qualified coaches to teach these young athletes how to train properly.  Learning proper technique, form, and education on intensity and recovery are just a few key things that these kids end up missing. There is also a lot of misinformation on when young athletes should start training, and how they should go about it.  We aim to dispel some of the myths.

Collegiate Athlete Programs

Our collegiate athlete  programs are ideal for high school senior who have graduated and are spending one last summer getting prepared for their freshman year of collegiate athletics.  We often work with the Strength & Conditioning Coach at their College or University, as they are often given a program that falls in line with what they will be doing once they get on campus.  These programs are also perfect for our college athletes who are home on break between semesters or over summer break for off-season training in preparation for the next sports season.

Olympic & Professional Athletes

Athletes at this level trust The Empower Team to get the job done.  As an athlete, their body is their instrument and it often requires a lot of maintenance and fine tuning in addition to improving overall physiological attributes like strength, power, endurance, etc.  It also helps that some of our Coaches are also Physical Therapists, and they are able to identify and correct deficiencies that often lead to injury if unaddressed.  They can also incorporate interventions in the Physical Therapist’s toolbox to make change happen faster in correcting deficits seen in mobility or stability.


1483 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway
Suite  #170
Henderson, NV 89012


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