Sports Performance & Training

Young athletes, ages 8 to 18, want to prevent sports-related injuries and maximize performance in speed, agility and strength. When your young athlete works with our certified athletic trainers and exercise physiologists at the LMH Sports Performance and Wellness Center, they will benefit from fun, sport-specific and age-appropriate training opportunities.

The LMH training philosophy emphasizes teaching correct movement to develop speed, power and strength. We provide a fun training environment to enable athletes to learn and improve consistently over time.

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Training provided by healthcare professionals

A licensed physical therapist assesses each athlete before his or her training sessions begin. With advanced knowledge of the body and how it moves, a licensed physical therapist evaluates each athlete’s movements and techniques to customize a training program that aims to correct improper movements, reduce the risk of many common sports injuries and maximize physical development.

A Functional Movement Screen (FMS©) allows the therapist to view where the athlete needs further development in areas of weakness and build on their athletic strengths. Athletes then train individual or a small group to meet their training goals.  

  • Private Training
  • Semi-Private Training
  • Group Training

ImPACT® Concussion Baseline Testing

ImPACT is the industry leader in concussion management and trusted by teams and organizations around the world. Our licensed trainers use the ImPACT assessment tool to provide a baseline assessment before the start of a sports season. Schedule an assessment>


What is Sports Performance Training?

Learn more from the program’s founder, Adam Rolf, DPT, ATC, CSCS, CGFI.

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Training for All Ages

Elementary

Learn To Train FUNdamentals

Young athletes develop physical foundation skills that are necessary for advancement in middle school sport skills. Each training class is unique with a focus on fun and enjoyment of training to improve.

Training Emphasis:

  • FUN Movement Skills/Coordination
  • Speed and Running Development
  • Learn to Jump
  • Balance

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Middle School

Junior Performance Training

Learn how to train and develop strength beginning with body weight movements and transitioning to resistance strength training. Speed, agility and jump training each session with focus on learning how to move efficiently to create power as an athlete.

Training Emphasis:

  • Movement Skills/Coordination
  • Core and Total Body Strengthening
  • Speed/Power Development
  • Injury Prevention Strategies
  • Flexibility
  • Vertical Jump

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High School

Boys & Girls Varsity Performance

Training targets athletes looking to train for sport competition. Comprehensive strength and conditioning work is designed to improve speed, fitness and strength. Student athletes utilize vertimax platform, resistance training, mobility and recovery techniques to reach physical performance potential.

Training Emphasis:

  • Goal Based Programming
  • First Step Acceleration
  • Total Body Strengthening
  • Explosive Power Development
  • Injury Prevention Strategies
  • Flexibility
  • Vertical Jump

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Meet Our Trainers

Adam RolfAdam Rolf, DPT, ATC, CSCS, CGFI

LMH Sports Performance Training is a results-driven program led by Adam Rolf, DPT, ATC, CSCS, CGFI. With a Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) and a strong background in athletic training, Adam brings unmatched expertise to youth athletes in the community who want to prevent injuries and improve sports performance. His credentials include:

  • Licensed Physical Therapist
  • Certified Athletic Trainer
  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
  • Titleist Certified Golf Fitness Instructor

Adam graduated from Creighton University in 2005 with a major in athletic training, before earning his DPT from Rockhurst University in 2008.

Shortly after graduation, Adam served as the Coordinator of Sports Medicine for Centerpoint Medical Center in Independence, MO. In 2010, Adam partnered with Metro East Tennis Center in Blue Springs, MO, as the Sports Performance Coach, where he provided group and individual physical performance assessments and conducted sport performance training programs.

Adam is a National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and credentialed as a Titleist Performance Golf Fitness Instructor (CGFI). He is a sports physical therapist and passionate about sports performance training, athletic injury reduction and community wellness.

Vic WhiteVic White, MS Ed., EP-C, CSCS

Vic White, MS Ed., EP-C, CSCS, brings experience in the field of exercise physiology to LMH Sports Performance. In addition to his work with Sports Performance, he coordinates the Fit for Life and Wellness Works exercise programs at LMH.

He received his Masters in Exercise Physiology from the University of Kansas in 1994. Since then he has worked as a clinical exercise physiologist in the areas of occupational medicine, cardiac rehabilitation, and post rehabilitation exercise programming. He has been with LMH Therapy Services since 2004.

 His credentials include:

  • Exercise Physiologist – Certified (American College of Sports Medicine)

  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (National Strength & Conditioning Association)

Through LMH Sports Performance Vic currently works with youth in the areas of sports performance, athletic injury prevention and coaching. He brings a positive, enthusiastic coaching style when training young athletes and focuses on establishing solid fundamentals for progressive athletic development.

Carol HenneyCarol Henney, DPT

With a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, a BS in Exercise Physiology, and the experience of playing NCAA division one volleyball, Carol Henney brings a strong background of sports injury rehab and prevention as well as strength and condition to the LMH Sports Performance team.

Carol graduated from Marquette University in 2013 with her BS in Exercise Physiology and continued on to graduate from Marquette University in 2015 with her Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Throughout her time at Marquette, she played for the NCAA volleyball team and her senior year earned the honor of National Strength and Conditioning Association All-American.

She was born and raised in southeast Wisconsin and moved to Lawrence after graduation. Carol has really enjoyed getting to know the community of people in Lawrence, especially at LMH.

Carol has a passion from personal experience to help young athletes prevent and rehab injuries, with an end result of excelling at their ultimate goals. One of her favorite concepts is the fact that the main reason athletes work out and lift weights is injury prevention followed by improving their performance.  

Convenient, Fully Equipped Gym

Our gym is fully equipped with free weights, suspension trainers, resistance bands, weighted sleds, training ropes, medicine balls and an indoor field turf surface for linear and lateral speed work.

LMH Sports Performance & Wellness Center

Located in Sports Pavilion Lawrence
100 Rock Chalk Lane, Suite 100 
Lawrence, KS 66049
785-505-5840