Lacrosse Performance Training

The Next Level staff has a tremendous amount of experience working with both male and female lacrosse athletes at the high school, collegiate, and professional levels. By combining this experience with highly knowledgeable and passionate coaches we have developed systems that consistently produce the following:

  • superior on field speed
  • improved velocity on shots
  • enhanced sport specific agility
  • dramatic increases in strength and explosive power
  • reduced rate of injury

The Next Level Lacrosse training systems are typically performed during the off-season in 12 week blocks. Private and group training programs are highly individualized to meet the needs of each client. Participants in our program average 4 training days per week that encompass all aspects that factor into becoming a superior athlete. These include speed, strength, power, agility, mobility, nutrition, and recovery. Since 2004 our training systems have produced the following:

  • 15 high school and collegiate All-Americans
  • 5 professional and semi-professional contracts
  • 3 collegiate National Champions
  • 3 National All-Star Selections
  • Multiple top 5 National Rankings
  • dozens of All-State and All-Conference Selections

Team Training
University of Colorado Men’s Lacrosse

2008 Season 2009 Season: 1st year with Next Level
3-6 regular season record 15-7 regular season record
0-3 Divisional record 5-0 Divisional record
No National Ranking #5 National Ranking at season end
Did not qualify for National Tournament National Championship Final Four Appearance
No All-American Selections 4 MCLA All-American Awards

Next Level training is the place to go for serious life changing workouts. The knowledge and expertise that Brian and his staff bring to every training session has meant the difference between the game winning save and a long bus ride home after a loss. Next Level means business and if you are looking for the competitive edge this is the place to go.”

Chris Bluse: Chicago Machine, University of Colorado
2 x USILA 1st team All-American
USA World team goalie
2004 University of Colorado Male athlete of the year


“We have all heard the old adage about Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The mythical story about an ordinary Doctor who ingests a chemical concoction and then becomes a monster. This story is a rather striking analogy for what takes place at Next Level Performance. Ordinary, semi-athletic individuals enter, and at the culmination of their program, they leave as monsters. Brian Powers; Dr. Jekyll in our story, designs lifting regiments tailored to the needs of the individual, creating an effective and physically demanding workout. Further, he focuses on structural imbalances and helps injured athletes, like myself, overcome the physical obstacles which have inhibited their potential. It is really quite something; if I can achieve All-American status, then Next Level can provide many with the invaluable opportunity for self-improvement”.

Tate Price: Maseena Muskies, University Of Colorado
2x RMLC All-Conference Defense man
2nd Team USILA All-Tournament Team
USILA 3rd Team All-American


“The Next Level Performance staff has done a tremendous job at getting the CU Men’s Lacrosse Team ready for their season. The professionalism and knowledge of the fundamentals of speed and strength training has helped each of our athletes become stronger and faster. Since Next Level has been our premier speed and strength coaches we have seen less injury during the season and overall better performance from our athletes on the field.”

John Galvin
University of Colorado head Men’s Lacrosse coach
2009 RMLC Coach of the Year


“Next Level Training is the place to go for serious, life changing workouts. The knowledge and expertise that Brian and his staff bring to every training session has meant the difference between the game winning save and a long bus ride home after a loss. Next Level means business, and if you are looking for the competitive edge, this is the place to go”.
~Chris Bluse
University of Colorado Lacrosse