ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

Peter Kelso was part of an OCC men’s volleyball team that won 3-straight State Championships. He had a hitting percentage of .400 in the conference over two seasons as a starter, with a game-high of 8 blocks against Long Beach. Peter is committed to continue his college volleyball career at UC Santa Barbara.

BUIUM DRAFTED 12th OVERALL

Congrats to longtime client Zeev Buium on being drafted 12th overall by the Minnesota Wild in the 2024 NHL Draft

OVER 150 COMPETE CLIENTS HAVE COMMITTED TO PLAY COLLEGE SPORTS

Over 150 Compete clients have now committed to play college sports since 2009. Recent commitments include Taylor Smith (University of Arizona Soccer), Victoria Turner (UC San Diego Volleyball), Julia Kakkis (Brown University Volleyball), Jordan Fjelstad (Oregon State Soccer), Francois Devilliers (Air Force Hockey), Dylan Contreras (Anchorage Hockey), Sophia Soaf (Southern Utah Soccer), Madison Schuler (Chico State Soccer), Phil Lalonde (Dartmouth Hockey), and Madisyn Ryan (Maine Hockey)

JOSH RANDALL DRAFTED BY THE DETROIT TIGERS

Client Josh Randall was selected in the third round, 85th overall in the 2024 MLB Draft.

5 REASONS EVERY ATHLETE DESERVES AN ATHLETIC TRAINER

Have you considered the benefits of having an athletic trainer? Click here to read the full article on the five key reasons why every athlete deserves an athletic trainer presented by the NATA
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In the News

Josh Randall Drafted by the Detroit Tigers

Josh Randall Drafted by the Detroit Tigers

Josh, a 6'4" 240 lb pitcher, recently completed his junior year at the University of San Diego where he recorded 84 strikeouts in 72.1 innings. He spent his first two collegiate seasons at the University of Arizona.

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Blogs

The Role of Electrolytes in Athletic Performance

The Role of Electrolytes in Athletic Performance

Athletes push their bodies to the limit, striving for peak performance and endurance. With the focus on strength training, conditioning, and nutrition, one often overlooked aspect is the role of electrolytes. These essential minerals are crucial in ensuring athletes...

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Hydration and Sports Performance

Hydration and Sports Performance

What element has a driving influence on your reaction time and overall athletic performance? The answer may not surprise you. Water, which makes up over 50-70% of your body, is a crucial element in sports performance. From endurance and strength, to blood pressure and...

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General Phases of Off Season Hockey Training

General Phases of Off Season Hockey Training

With the Stanley Cup Finals underway, there’s no better time to discuss hockey players' off-season training regimen. Hockey is a physically demanding sport, requiring extreme mobility, strength, power, stability, and stamina. During the off-season, we can increase our...

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TESTIMONIALS

“Chris Phillips helped me become what I am today. Without his knowledge and dedication I could never have achieved the accomplishments that I have gained in my hockey career.”

– Jonathan Blum, Former NHL 1st Round Draft Pick and 2018 US Olympian

“As a Team USA Figure Skater I spend as much time on recovery as I do training on the ice. Chris Phillips with Compete has been a great addition to my team. I rely on Chris and his staff as the primary resource for sports rehab and massage. He has been instrumental in my overall wellness and conditioning.”

-Mariah Bell, 2022 USA National Champion and Olympian

“I have known Chris at Compete for so many many years that I feel very confident in giving him praises. He has rehabed back to full-go so many of my surgical and non-surgical patients for years that I can’t keep count. He is an expert in getting people back to sports at a level even better than they were before their injury. He is extremely knowledgeable, a patient advocate and is focused on getting patients back to their best possible physical condition. I highly suggest you consider letting Chris take care of you for any orthopedic issue.”

-Dr. Scott Graham, SCOS