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Athletes' Performance is an American company that provides integrated performance services for the top athletes in the world. Founded by Mark Verstegen in 1999 and based in Norwell, Massachusetts, it has private training facilities in Phoenix, Arizona and Frisco, Texas; at The Home Depot Center in Carson, California; and at the Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze, Florida.
It also has a subsidiary, Core Performance, which makes the same training methodology available online for non-elite athletes of all kinds.
In the last year alone, Athletes' Performance has trained 8 NFL first-round picks, 9 NBA first-round picks, World Cup heroes (US Women's Soccer and German Men's Soccer), and hosts of All-Stars across every major sport. Four members of the Boston Red Sox have spent part of their off season time at Athletes' Performance.
Core Performance is a subsidiary of Athletes’ Performance and aimed at bringing the same methodologies used to train athletes to the general public and to employees of companies who use Core Performance workplace wellness programs such as Intel.
Core Performance Center
The Core Performance Center was opened by Mark Verstegen in 2008. Core Performance Centers combine the training methodologies of Athletes' Performance and modern technology to offer customers a personalized workout with tracking and reporting of each exercise they perform at the center.
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- Scott, Luci (2010-04-29). "Inside Intel: Employees' workouts go high-tech". Retrieved February 6, 2012.
- McClusky, Mark (2008-10-15). "Core Performance Center: A Different Kind of Gym". Wired. Retrieved June 24, 2009.
- History - Core Performance
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