ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

Dylan Contreras was recently named Midwest Division Second Star of the Week for the NAHL. Dylan plays forward for the Kenai River Brown Bears, where he has 11 goals and 24 assists, totaling 35 points in 39 games played so far this season. He recently committed to play NCAA Division I hockey at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Dylan trained this past summer in Compete’s Yorba Linda facility.

COMPETE CLIENTS SHINE AT 2024 USFS NATIONALS

Nine Compete clients attended this year’s US Figure Skating National Championship in Columbus, Ohio, and had astounding results.

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)

JULIA KAKKIS NAMED CA PLAYER OF THE YEAR & ALL-AMERICAN TEAM

Client Julia Kakkis on being named the Max Preps California Player of the Year and to the All-American team. The Brown University commit led Mater Dei to a National Championship with 1103 assists. She added 103 kills and 84 blocks as a setter for the Monarchs

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

Lady Ducks Win Pacific Districts

Lady Ducks Win Pacific Districts

Congrats to the Lady Ducks 16aaa team on winning the Pacific District Championship. The team went 4-0 in the tournament and will advance to the USA Hockey National Championships in Florida.

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Blogs

How To Improve Your Speed

How To Improve Your Speed

Most sports come down to one component: speed. If you cannot perform in your sport quickly, then it will be extremely challenging to excel. To train for speed, it needs to be done with 100% effort. Here are two quick tips on how to improve your speed. #1 - Speed=...

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Key Training Tips for the Post Season

Key Training Tips for the Post Season

As the season begins to wind down and playoffs are around the corner, it’s time to take a look at your training and recovery program and see if you need to modify it. The season can be very demanding on athletes with practices, lessons, games, tournaments, travel, and...

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The Importance of Healthy Hamstrings

The Importance of Healthy Hamstrings

It’s getting late in the season and we all have muscle aches and pains from all the games and practices we put ourselves in.  If you find yourself in a situation of having chronically sore hamstrings, it is most likely that you do not need more hamstring...

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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