Over 300 athletes completed RSPC training this past year.
Here are some of the standouts of our Elite Training Program
Luke Maginnis: Football Wesley College (Warren Hills High shool)
Robert Eichelsdoerfer – West Morris Central Football
Jake Butkus – West Morris Central Football
Rob Hughes – West Morris Central Football
Alex Hughes – West Morris Central Football
Reid Riccordella – West Morris Central Football
Travis Hepworth - Warren Hills Football
Zach Martin - Warren Hills Football
Jeremy Cleland - Warren Hills Football
Nhamdi Okoro - Warren Hills Football
Jake Spender: Warren Hills soccer
Nick Gagliano: Warren Hills Soccer/baseball
Jake Bensco: Warren Hills Soccer
Kristin Hagopian: Long Valley Basketball
Brian Hagopian: Long Valley Basketball
Alex Duerr: Long Valley, travel basketball
Tim Carpenter: Long Valley, Basketball
Jason Miller: Hackettstown, basketball
Alex Colon: Mount Olive, Soccer
Cole Draggi: Long Valley Football, Lacrosse
Scott Jordan: Long Valley Soccer, Lacrosse
Zach Meister: Long Valley Football, Lacrosse
Brandan Carcuffe - Long Valley, Wrestling
Curt Stenger – Long Valley, Basketball
Alanna Fitgerald – Hackettstown, Field Hockey
Sierra Fitgeralzd – Hackettstown, Field Hockey
Nick Caskey – Long Valley, Baseball
Dillan Goldberg – Long Valley, Baseball
Conner Noto – Long Valley, Soccer
Lauren Shultis –Long Valley, Soccer
Sarah Guida – Long valley, Soccer
Dayna Sansevere – Long Valley, Soccer
Kayla Demarest – Long Valley, Soccer
Cameron Beltram – Long Valley, Football, Basketball, LAX
Garrett Izzo – Long Valley, Football, Basektball, LAX
Charles Roerich - Long Valley, Basketball, Baseball
Congratulations on a great football season to Luke Maginnis who was part of our summer speed/agility/strength and conditioning program over the summer. Luke plays middle linebacker at Wesley College and had a fabulous season as a sophomore. Wesley unfortunately lost their quarterfinals playoff game this past weekend, but a great achievement nonetheless. We’re looking forward to Luke’s return to our program over the summer to help him prepare for his college’s Division III championship run next year!!!
Hard Work Pays Off!!
Congratulations to all the football players from West Morris Central High School and Warren Hills High School that have participated in our performance enhancement program in their achievement of reaching the State Championship game this Saturday. We would like to give special recognition to the following players and wish them great success, hope they all do well.
West Morris Central: Warren Hills:
Robert Eichelsdoerfer Travis Hepworth
Jake Butkus Zach Martin
Rob Hughes Jeremy Cleland
Alex Hughes Nhamdi Okoro
Best of luck!!!!
We would like to congratulate two amazing athletes: Sierra and Alanna. These young ladies train Riverside Sports Performance Center and are members of the Total Dutch Field Hockey team. They will join their team this February in the 2013 Disney Showcase in Orlando, a USA Field Hockey event. They are exceptional athletes who push themselves to the next level! Good luck to you both!
Top Collegiate, High School and Junior High Athletes looking to train with an edge choose RSPC. Athletes from Monmouth College, Centenary, Moravian, Wesley. In addition, high school athletes from Delbarton, Mendham, West Morris Central, Blair Acadamey, North Hunterdon, Vorhees, Mt. Olive, Hackettstown and Warren Hills have chosen RSPC.
Only facility in the area to offer Vertimax Training (Number One training method for 2012 Olympians)
Luke Maginnis participated in our elite training program this past summer. He is an exceptional athlete and has earned the following honors:
Wesley College's Luke Maginnis has been named the Defensive Player of the Week by both the Eastern College Athletic Conference and Beyond Sports Network, the organizations announced on Tuesday afternoon. These are the first weekly awards that Maginnis has earned in his career.A sophomore linebacker from Asbury, N.J., Maginnis picked off a pair of passes and made ten tackles in sixth-ranked Wesley's 25-22 win at #25 Louisiana College on Saturday night. The interceptions were the first of his career as a Wolverine and both came at crucial situations. His second interception of the game came with 1:07 remaining in the fourth quarter and he ran it back 23 yards to set up Wesley's game-winning field goal as time expired.
Private 2,000 square foot training facility w/acces to 20,000 square foot health center
7 to 1 athlete to performance coach ratio
The opportunity to become a stronger more knowledgeable athlete has just presented itself at Riverside Sports Performance Center. Our unique approach to enhancing athletes abilities consist of experienced, educated sports performance coaches and Sports Enhancement Trainers with a combined 50 years experience; as well as an exclusive training facility highlighting premium fitness equipment not found in typical health and performance centers.
One of the center pieces of our training facility is our new V8 Vertimax Training System. The Vertimax is the most explosive speed and agility equipment found today. RSPC is proud to be the areas first facility to offer this one of kind training.
Riverside Sports Performance Center is not only dedicated to Sports Performance but to the overall health and fitness for all youth and active adults. In todays fast pace society with electronic gadgets, video games and deteriorating diet we are faced with more challenges in our attempt to stay healthy.
RSPC's commitment to providing fun, challenging fitness programs is evident in our program offerings. We encourage and foster safe physical activity in a manner that instills confidence and promotes fitness awareness. Our goal is to provide the tools necessary to start your fitness journey. We even have a family fitness class where all are invited.