B.S.F. - FAQ's

What is B.S.F?

For athletes and individuals Middle School and older.  Our semi-private training is individualized training in a small group environment.  Semi-private training is limited to a 6:1 athlete-to-coach ratio.  Clients have the option to pick and choose the day and time of their training sessions, allowing for a more flexible training schedule. Each semi-private client starts with a thorough private one-on-one assessment. This process involves us taking a close look at your injury history, training experience, sport of choice, and many more factors. Based on the assessment, an individualized and comprehensive program is designed.

As a first time guest, we would love to have you come in and see what you think. We have first time guest slots so you can meet our staff and perform an assessment. The assessment is FREE of charge. We have availability Tuesday and Thursday from 12-3pm, Tuesday and Wednesday at 6pm. The assessments will last about 45 minutes. What time works best for you to come in and perform an assessment?



What is the Cost?

You have the option to buy session packages or a membership, below is a breakdown of pricing options.

Package Pricing:

24 Session – $497

*** BJES Members eligible for 10% discount on all memberships offerings

What does a membership come with?

The membership comes with an individualized training programming that aligns with the athlete’s sports competition calendar. Membership also includes performance tracking with quarterly progress updates to ensure the athlete is making meaningful progress towards achieving their goals. Members will also have priority access to any specialty programs, workshops, or classes we might offer throughout the year.

What equipment in the dome will I have access to?

We incorporate all of the equipment in the Dome into our programming throughout the course of the year, this includes but is not limited to; PUSH velocity based training systems, Dashr laser speed gates, the turf fields, the gauntlet, the track, and of course our fully equipped weight room with Rogue equipment that includes power racks, dumbbells, kettlebells, sandbags, sleds, and prowlers.

How many sessions will I have access to?

This will be athlete dependent and weigh in factors like off-season vs. in-season, but typically we program our athletes to train anywhere from 2-4 sessions per week.

What will we work on during the sessions?

This will vary based on the individual athlete’s goals, their current performance capabilities, and where they are in their training cycle. Throughout the course of a training block or training year we will do everything from speed, change of direction, power, mobility, and full body strength.

Can I bring in a group?

You may come in as a group. We believe training with your friends and teammates is extremely important. We can even accommodate private small group training sessions.

How many people per group?

There will be up to 12 individuals training at one time.

How long does a session last?

Most sessions are programmed to last around 60 minutes.

What times are available for assessments?

Assessments can occur simultaneously with the actual training.

Am I required to sign up after the assessment?

You are not required to sign up after the assessment. The assessment is 100% free for you with no commitment.

What times are available to schedule a training session?

During summer:

Training times

Monday & Thursday: 9am, 10am, 11am, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm
Wednesday & Friday: 8am, 9am, 11am, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm

During School:



Can I schedule same day?

You may schedule same day if it is just an adjustment of training days or training hours.

During School:

During the school year you may make same day adjustments by 3pm.

Can I cancel my membership?

You can cancel your membership at any time with any additional cancelation fees, but you will still be responsible to pay any remaining balance through your annual membership dues.

How are training sessions divided up?

Training sessions are divided up by training level. All of our athletes perform quarterly movement assessments and performance testing to determine their training level. We classify our athletes into 4 different training levels. Emerging I-III, and Elite. To ensure an optimal training environment, we want athletes to train with athletes in their level.

Is my child too young to train?

When training appropriately, it is never too soon to start training. We have programming appropriate for athletes age 5 and up. The best results will come from starting early and training for years so your body continues to develop as you mature. Training at a young age is the start to learning the movement patterns then once it can safely be done, weight will be added. The first priority is always the safety of the individual.

What if I work out at school?

We will create a program that compliments what you’re doing at school. Due to constraints in time and resources, it’s impossible for school coaches to create programs that meet every individual’s specific needs. We will create a program fills the gaps in school programming.

Are more training sessions better?

More is not always better, the top athletes in the world train between 2-4 days a week. Once we discuss your goals and perform the assessment we will have a better idea as to how many days a week to train.

Why would I come to train at Bo Jackson Elite Sports when I could create my own performance pathway?

At the Bo Jackson Elite Sports our staff spends their day researching, training, and learning about all the subject matter that is part of Peak Performance. We have experts in the field of training, recovery, hydration, nutrition, sleep, and the mental side of athletics. We use industry standard technology to give our athletes every training advantage possible.

Should I always be sore?

There will be days you are not sore after training. That is a good thing, your body is becoming used to training. If you are sore every day that means the recovery side of your peak performance pathway will need more work.

Why is Sports Performance Important?

Key way to improve athleticism and facilitate injury prevention
Great way to be well rounded as an athlete, on and off the field

What are the Goals and Outcomes of Sports Performance?

Injury Prevention
Increased Athletic Ability and Overall strength
Improved Coordination, Neural Function, and Confidence
Better Adaptation for Multi-Sport Athletes from season to season

Who is Sports Performance for?

Every Athlete, Kid and Parent willing to better themselves, whether involved with sports or not!

Who are the Sports Performance Coaches?


How do I sign up?

Speak to Front Desk or one of our Sports Performance Coaches to be set up for an evaluation.