Combine

What is Combine

Fitness Testing Combines are one-stop-shops to get all of your pre, mid, and post-season testing completed in one quick session and receive instant results.

Athletes will run through upper and lower body power and strength tests, as well as speed, agility, and quickness drills. These are standard fitness tests that all athletes will see at one point in their sporting career should they want to play at a higher level such as Club, Provincial University/College, or National team.

 
Open to All Skill Levels

Combines are open to all athletes, from all sports and levels to allow for a fun challenge in a test environment. Our combines use state-of-the-art sport testing equipment paired with an online results summary platform to track progress and monitor long-term athlete development goals.

Athletes: Get baseline testing done for speed, agility, strength and power in a fun environment while learning about sport protocols.

Coaches: Get testing done for your entire team efficiently at a low cost, and have their results reviewed by our sport performance specialists.

Parents: Learn about the sport development pathway and ask questions about strength and conditioning for your kids.


Includes
  • Info session for parents/coaches
  • Athlete testing for speed, agility, strength, & power
  • Review of athlete’s results by Sport Performance Specialists

Fees

Investment: $25 

When Are They

Rural Manitoba

September 15, 2018

Major Pratt School, 400 Russel Street, Russel, Manitoba
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

 

September 22, 2018

Central Plains RecPlex, 75 Centennaire Dr, Southport, Manitoba
9 a .m. - Noon

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Winnipeg

September 22, 2018

Sport Manitoba, 145 Pacific Avenue
2:30 p.m. - Wave 1
4:00 p.m. - Wave 2

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October 27, 2018

Sport Manitoba, 145 Pacific Avenue
2:30 p.m.
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