CES Performance is a world-class training facility located at Houston Sports Park. In addition to the CES Performance facilities, HSP has five Bermuda grass fields, one FieldTurf field and is the training home to the Houston Dynamo, Houston Dash and the Dynamo Academy.
Houston Sports Park
12211 Kirby Drive
Houston, TX 77045
» ATHLETIC EVALUATION (Ages 9-18)
7p - 8p Mon-Thu Age 9-11: Mon Age 12-14: Tues Age 15-18: W & Th
Prior to beginning an athletic development program, we evaluate all athletes. This initial assessment covers Anatomical, Lower Body Power, Linear Speed, and An/Aerobic. Results are shared with the athlete and parent. Expectations for training are set at this time but there is no obligation to train with CES Performance.
This program focuses on primary movement and speed mechanics. Teaching these fundamental patterns and developing motor coordination is essential. Functional movement, mobility and stability are the beginning stages of Long-Term Development. Athletes train 1-3 times/week when convenient. Schedule is flexible.
Athletes ages 12-14 need to develop acceleration. This preparation is primary for strength and speed. Emphasis is placed upon speed mechanics and responsive agility during the stage of anatomical adaptations. We recommend training 1-2 sessions/week in-season and 2-4 sessions/week in the off-season. Schedule is flexible.
Advanced athletes train in 90-minute sessions that focus on all elements of Long-Term Athletic Development with the primary end result being power development. Muscular and speed endurance are also a key priority for athletes in this stage. We recommend 1-2 sessions/week in-season and 2-4 sessions/week in the off-season. Schedule is flexible.
This program is exclusively for high school baseball players. Training will focus on developing strength and speed in the off-season while also laying the foundation for long-term athlete development. Training is Monday and Wednesday from 6:15p to 7:45p. Programs starts November 30 and ends January 27. *No training the weeks of December 21 or December 28.
Professional and collegiate ballplayers train at CES Performance every morning Monday-Friday in the off-season. Coach Buckminster, formerly of the Pirates organization, leads the group and customizes training programs for every player.
Professional and collegiate football players train at CES Performance every morning Monday-Friday in the off-season. The world-class training facility and experienced group of performance coaches create an environment that is for football players at the elite level.
CES Performance has prepared over 1,000 players for the league in the last 20 years. This program runs January through February and includes performance testing, skill training, nutritional consultation, meals and more.