Speed & Agility Training

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Learn About Your Trainers

Tyler Alwardt

Tyler Alwardt, a 30-year-old speed and agility trainer, knows all about what it takes to be competitive and develop the mental toughness that is sure to bring your game and physical strength to the next level.

Tyler started competing at the age of four in a variety of sports including wrestling, baseball, basketball and football.  He was the captain of both the basketball and football team in his senior year at Chippewa Valley High School.  Tyler won many awards at both the conference and county levels.  He was a four-year letter winner at the cornerback position at the University of Mount Union, a powerhouse program in Division 3 football.  While he was there, the team had four undefeated seasons leading up to the national championship.  He was a starter as a freshman on the 2008 national championship team.  He also continued at Mount Union after he was done playing to stay with the program as a student assistant coach for a year and won a second national championship.
Tyler is a special education teacher who enjoys sharing his knowledge and experience.  He helps athletes push their limits and become more skilled and confident in whatever sport they enjoy.  Whether the goal is just getting better or trying to get to the next level, his experience will help you get there.  Coaching is Tyler’s passion and is excited to help all ages of athletes in all sports.

Tim Radlick

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Tim Radlick, a 24 year old college Athletic Training graduate from Grand Valley State University, understands the work ethic and competiveness it takes to succeed in sports as well as life. A speed, strength, and agility trainer, whom utilizes the knowledge of how the body works at all ages in order to help your child perform at the highest levels.

Tim has been competing and excelling in sports since the age of 6 including football, basketball, baseball, and lacrosse. He was a graduate from Brother Rice High School that played in one of the toughest and most consistent leagues in high school basketball.  In his four years of playing at the school, Tim participated in a share of the Catholic League Title his Junior season, as well as two District Championships which were the first time in over 12 years for the school.

The passion for the game, coaching, and training athletes allows Tim to get close with his athletes and help them strive to reach their goals. The workouts and techniques build progression in areas such as running form, straight-line speed, speed development, lateral quickness, explosion, plyometrics, and core strength.

Tim is an employee at Greg Grant Basketball  who not only works with speed and agility, but also does  one-on-one basketball training sessions, teaches clinics with Coach Grant,  teaches the fundamental training clinics, and also coaches house teams.  Being an assistant coach at Brother Rice High School has allowed Tim to work with all ages and help young athletes perform at a high level.