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Our Athletic Academy Fundamentals

Athletes in Motion was founded to provide athletes ranging from 10 years through college age with a solid athletic development continuum (ADC) to serve them through every stage of their athletic career. The athletic academy combines a unique understanding of the science of bio-mechanics with the science of power and sports performance to deliver their clients a competitive advantage on/in the court, field, course, and pool.

The organization establishes baseline performance goals and tracks them at each stage of the student athletes’ development. AIM has trained over 45,000+ athletes across sports which include basketball, football, volleyball, soccer, tennis, golf, water polo, swimming, baseball, and softball.

Each year, the company “graduates” and invites collegiate athletes who have earned themselves scholarships through their performance within their respective sports and classrooms to come back to work within the ADC as interns.

Athletes in Motion was founded by Walt “GP” (Gopro) Shedd who manages the front end of the model and brings to AIM the same programs that are being utilized by over half of the NBA and NFL teams in America. Coach Walt has worked with over 50,000 athletes in his professional training career and has been responsible for launching hundreds of collegiate, Olympic, and professional careers. He holds a BS degree in Sports Medicine from the University of San Francisco and advanced certification in Corrective Exercise, Speed and Agility Performance, Golf Performance, and Biomechanics for Sports Performance from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, the NSPA, and the International Youth Training Organization…all of this has led to the development of the ADC model for improved sports performance.

We build exceptional athletic performance – one athlete at a time – whether as an individual or a team, utilizing the AIM ADC model.

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