You teach your players the game, and we will teach them to be better athletes!
Working in Partnership with Coaches and Their Teams.
FieldHouse Sudbury Sports Performance offers sports-specific and general personal training for kids and adults. You teach your players the game, and we will teach them to be better athletes! FieldHouse Sports Performance training complements the strategy and skills taught by sport coaches in a results-based, proven, affordable program.
During season athletes endure many stresses from games and tournaments. At FieldHouse we integrate many methods to promote faster recovery. These range from Dynamic Warm-Ups, and specific stretching and myofascial release, to prehab exercises. This way we can prevent injuries and recover faster.
Most people assume that by playing and practicing you’ll maintain strength, speed, and power. Science and experience have proven it false. You are at a disadvantage if you stop training during the season.
FieldHouse also offers personal training which includes wellness and nutritional information and is provided in a supportive, community-based environment. Our trainers are dedicated to helping you reach your goals whether they be strength, weight, or athletic based objectives. We offer programs such as:
All our adult programs include a directed warm-up including self-myofascial release and static stretching followed by dynamic movement, functional strength and conditioning which includes a mix of plyometrics, weight training, and core stability.
A mix of TRX suspension training, battle ropes, sleds, ladders, hurdles and more, this cardio-strength class will increase strength, flexibility, balance, power, and overall lean muscle mass. It is typically programmed using the Tabata timer and encourages bouts of hard work followed by short rest times. It is intended to be more intense than our F.I.T. classes. Come prepared.
Whereas in our Functional Interval Training resistance is applied through dumbbells, kettlebells, barbells, bands, plates, sleds, and/or the TRX, in this interval class the bag is the main form of resistance used. Bodyweight exercises will be used to supplement the bags and shoes are not to be worn.
Jay Smith has worked at FieldHouse since the summer of 2013 as a sports performance coach. He is nationally certified by NASM as a personal trainer. He also has a background in mixed martial arts and has spent many years training in Muay Thai.
Ofelia Collins began coaching at FieldHouse in the fall of 2013. She received her certification through the ISSA in 2011 and has worked as a personal trainer since then. Ofelia worked out at FieldHouse before coming aboard as a sports performance coach.
Lecia graduated from the National Personal Training Institute (NPTI) and is a nationally certified Advanced Personal Trainer through the TW-CC, as well as being Kettle Bell and TRX certified. From 2011-2016 Lecia served as both an instructor and as...
Ryan Barry is a Certified Personal Trainer through the American Counsel of Exercise and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and Coaching. He was a former football coach at Bridgewater State University, North Carolina Wesleyan College and Becker College for four years.
Keith began coaching at FieldHouse in the fall of 2013, although for the last 6 years Keith has been coaching adult and Student athletes in Sudbury. His training philosophy is centered around four key components: warmup, core, cardio and strength. He believes a well rounded training regimen is needed to
Kevin O'Rourke is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA. He has a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Merrimack College. He previously worked as a Certified Athletic Trainer at Bryant University and Sacred Heart University. He currently work...
Kevin Duffy is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Known as ‘Coach Duff’, Kevin has a vast amount of experience with training athletes of all levels. He was the former head strength coach at Impact Fitness and also at WPI. He also spent time working with the men’s and women’s hockey teams at Northeastern University.