The best coaches in the world have a competitive advantage because they continually strive to find superior training methods and tools to develop new levels of elite performance and, extend their athletes careers. What has been the most challenging for coaches everywhere is a solution to reduce concussions.
This is Our Mission!
We work with, and invest in "our" partners to implement the CAP Safety Standard. We install our world-wide patented RAM Test Machine and award-winning Brain Gauge technology at our CAP Partner locations. Our Certified CAP Partners not only contribute to reducing concussions and to concussion research, they also generate revenues for their organization.
Contact us to learn more about how your organization can become a CAP Certified Partner.
We recently began implementing The CAP Program and our athletes and parents alike are loving it. We have always offered elite training, but incorporating the CAP Safety Standard Program takes out athletes to an even ❛Higher Level❜
Eddie Escobar, CEO HLSAcademy & CAP Partner
Thank you so much for everything you have done for me. What the specialists couldn't help me with you did. (Neurologists, ophthalmologists, and the leaders in those fields). I am 95% better and things keep improving. I now have my quality of life back. I believe you guys are the BEST of the BEST! Thanks!!:)
The test was a wakeup call to my minute brain alterations, I was placed on a CAPcure plan which I am undertaking and already noticing results.
Dr. Christian Turbide
We are very enthusiastic about the Brain Gauge technology being integrated with the CAP Program. The data obtained from the breakthrough CAP RAM tests will provide new insights into our concussion research. Our partnership with CAP Corp opens the door to a multi-parametric approach to concussion assessment that could significantly improve our understanding of concussion prevention and treatment
Mark Tommerdahl, CEO of Cortical Metrics
It is the first time that such an innovative, affordable system enables coaches to safely and objectively evaluate the strength training and thus opens horizons to utilize an optimal training protocol that minimizes the incidence of concussions in contact sports
Dr. Hossein Rouhani, Biomedical Engineering, Medicine and Dentistry, University of Alberta
1411 33 ST NE. Bay 8 - Franklin Crossing
Higher Level Sports Academy was founded in 2008, by passionate soccer advocate and professional athlete, Eddie Escobar. HLSA was established in order to achieve Escobar's vision "building confidence through athletics".
HLSA develops players through specialized soccer and multi-sport training. New this year, our 10,000 square foot artificial turf facility has opened more doors to Higher Level Programming to all ages, PD Day workshops, Spring Break Camps, Events and much more!
15 Circle Dr #117
Leveraging the power of experience is a unique advantage when you choose to train at SPT. Over the course of 20 years we have been refining our programs with some of the most experienced and successful professionals in the fields of athletic development and sports science - particularly the late Charlie Francis.
Utilizing and incorporating Charlie’s expertise and 35+ years of experience in developing some of the world’s fastest and most powerful human beings has allowed us to create industry-leading training programs over the past decade. Our First Step Quickness - Performance Training Series is one of the key by-product programs of those critical relationships and time and again the program of choice of many of this regions' elite and up-and coming athletes.
Dan LaJoie, BSc CSCS, RSCC*D
In the business of training athletes for over 17 years, former Director Of Athletic Performance of Athletes Nation.
Brad McNamara, BSc HKin CSCS, RSCC
Former Head Strength & Conditioning Coach Of Athletes Nation. Has been working with amateur and professional athletes from various sports for over 10 years.
Ryan Havin, NAIT PFT
Originally a Practicum Student of Brad's from Nait, Ryan has worked with many general population groups and young athletes.