Winter Sports Performance Program on sale now!
Improve your STRENGTH, SPEED, POWER, AGILITY and reduce your risk of injury with Elite’s individualized, sport-specific training programs! Our Winter Sports Performance Program includes a one-on-one Athlete Assessment for new clients, which includes a Functional Movement Screen and baseline performance and strength testing. Athlete Assessments must be scheduled and performed prior to group training sessions. STRENGTH training sessions are 75 minutes and S.P.A.R. (Speed, Power, Agility & Reaction) sessions are 60 min.
NOTE: If you are a RETURNING athlete who has previously trained at Elite and have an Elite login and password, please login to your account HERE to purchase a new program.
If you are a NEW athlete training at Elite, please click on the program option below to set up your account and purchase your program.
MEET ELITE FOXBORO’S STAFF
BEN GODIN, PT, DPT, SCS
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER / SPORTS PHYSICAL THERAPIST /PERFORMANCE COACH
Ben joined the Elite team in 2010 after completing his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Simmons University. He worked as a Physical Therapist at Elite Health & Fitness Center from 2010-2013 prior to becoming the Clinic Director/General Manager of Elite's Foxboro facility, where he worked from 2013 to 2020. In 2020, he moved into a new role as Elite's Chief Operating Officer, in addition to continuing to treat patients and athletes. Prior to PT school, he earned his B.A. from Bates College, a certificate in health counseling from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and worked in business management. Ben has a strong clinical interest in sports injury and orthopedic rehabilitation, injury prevention, and sports performance training. He is a Board-Certified Sports Clinical Specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties, and an active member of the American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy. He's also a Certified Champion Performance Specialist, certified in the use of the FMS and SFMA systems, and is a guest lecturer on sports injury rehabilitation at Simmons University. Most important, he is passionate about helping his patients get back to doing what they love to do! In his free time, Ben enjoys cycling and mountain biking, playing ice hockey and guitar, coaching youth soccer, and spending time with his family.
KATIE MCCARTHY, BS, CSCS
MANAGER OF SPORTS PERFORMANCE
Katie originally joined the Elite team as an intern in the summer of 2015 and was hired as Sports Performance Coach at Elite in 2016. Katie earned her BS in Exercise Science at Colby-Sawyer College and is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). She was promoted to Manager of Sports Performance at Elite’s Foxboro facility, where she trains both athletes and adult clients. Katie played both soccer and basketball at Mansfield High School and was a four-year member of Colby-Sawyer’s Women’s Basketball team. She continues her love for the game through coaching both basketball and soccer at all age levels. Katie is passionate about sports performance and helping her training clients reach their full potential.
Jane Hatzikonstantis, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS
Jane received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in 2019 and graduated with a concentration in sports physical therapy. She received her B.S. in Exercise Physiology at UMass Lowell, where she played Division 1 women’s soccer. Since graduating from PT school, Jane's been working in the outpatient orthopedic/sports PT setting where she has treated a variety of patients and conditions, including sports injuries, neck and low back pain and post-operative patients. She is a board-certified Sports Clinical Specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. In addition, Jane is Level I certified in dry needling and has extensive experience in strength and conditioning. In her free time, she enjoys snowboarding, working out, playing soccer and hiking.
Ben Marsh, MS, CSCS
Sports Performance Coach
Ben first joined the Elite team in December 2017, and coached until June 2019, when he took an internship with Harvard University Strength and Conditioning. Ben has also worked as a strength and conditioning intern with the Boston Breakers and Boston University. He earned his M.S. in Human Performance from Bridgewater State University and is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist by the NSCA. In addition to working at Elite, Ben works as a high school wellness teacher, teaching Health and P.E. Ben is excited to be back coaching at Elite, where he hopes to use his experience, expertise and enthusiasm to improve the performance of every athlete he works with!
Andrew Guay, PT, DPT, OCS
Andrew received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Rhode Island (URI). Following graduation, he participated in an orthopedic residency and is a Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. He has taken multiple courses in Dry Needling and went on to teach courses for Physical Therapists on the subject. Andrew has a specific interest in strength and conditioning and is excited to help get you back to doing all of the activities that you love with more confidence and a better game-plan for any bumps in the road. When he is not at the clinic, he is often in the gym, at a yoga class, swinging a golf club, or getting outside.
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Training Session Descriptions
STRENGTH: 75-minute sessions focused on building functional strength and mobility, which are the foundation of all other athletic attributes. Personalized sport-specific programs are created, executed and performed under the direct supervision of Elite’s staff in a small group, strength-based training session. This small setting allows us to ensure athletes demonstrate proper form and technique with all exercises while also developing camaraderie among our athletes.
S.P.A.R (Speed, Power, Agility & Reaction): 60-minute sessions performed under the direct supervision of Elite’s staff in a larger group, speed & agility-based program. These sessions focus on improving other aspects of athleticism, such as speed, power, agility, change of direction, and reaction time. Athletes improve these other attributes through specific speed training techniques, agility and change-of-direction drills, and plyometric and power-building exercises.
Benefits of S.P.A.R. Training
- Improve Fitness and Conditioning
- Boost Explosive Power
- Increase Speed
- Improve Agility
- Increase Flexibility
- Develop Dynamic Balance
- Strengthen Core Stability
- Reduce Risk of Injury
Elite Foxboro offers Sports Performance Training, Strength and Conditioning, Personal Training, and Physical Therapy all under one roof! Our expert, experienced team of Board-certified Sports Physical Therapists, Strength and Conditioning Coaches, and Personal Trainers will help you recover quickly from an injury or surgery or help elevate your sports performance and fitness to a new level!
To learn more about Physical Therapy or to schedule your initial evaluation, call us at 774-215-5401 or click HERE. To learn more about Sports Performance Training or to schedule your Initial Athlete Assessment, give us a call or complete the form below.