Lacrosse Private Lessons



Kelly Christensen Wins Fire Cracker 5k

Congrats to AIC Athlete Kelly Christensen on taking the win at the Fort Collins Fire Cracker 5k 

VIDEO: Why deficit testing is so Important for athletes


Embed Video: 

Your browser is not able to display this multimedia content.

Problems viewing videos?
Download latest Windows Media Player
Download the plug-in for Firefox

Week in Review

So I have completed my first week under the AIC training group. I have never really focused on core strength and condition as a major factor in my training regiment and I am excited to see my progression working with Jonathan and the AIC. So far other than being extremely sore, I think that my body has responded well to the training. I think that my favorite workouts are drfinitely 6 pack and the core series. The weather also played a major factor in this week's training. I spent a great amount of time indoors running on treadmills.

First Workout as a member of the Athletic Improvement Center Team

Today was a great workout. I have a feeling that Jonathan is taking it easy on me for now to ease me into the routine. Did the warm up followed by 4 miles. Once I got to the gym I stretched for a spell and followed up with the Tabata Core workout. It was great session. I really pushed myself and can feel it now. This afternoon I will close out my day with an 8 mile run.

AIC In Velonews

meredith Miller  In this October's edition of Velonews, check out a featured article on Meredith Miller and her training with Athletic Improvement Center.  Meredith is in her second year with AIC, and opened her season at Cross Vegas with a 6th place finish against a very elite field.

Race Diaries: Ian Holt

This is the third year in a row I've done the Green Mtn Stage race in Vermont and it is truely one of the best stage races in America as noted by Velonews. The format is a 9km prologue that starts out with a climb then levels off, then a 72 mile circuit race with a long punchy climb. Sunday is the queen stage with a 70mile course that goes over 3 leg breaking climbs and finished on a mountain top with the last 500 meters being nearly 20% grade!

Cyclist Ian Gray and Phil Mann

Embed Video: 
Syndicate content