To stay healthy, you have to stay physically active.

 

But there are barriers…

• Confused about how to get started
• Not having a clear plan to follow

• Fear of injury or pain
• Frustrated with no support

To stay healthy, you have to stay physically active.

 

But there are barriers

• Confused about how to start
• Not having a clear plan to follow
• Fear of injury or pain
• Frustrated with no support

 

Everyone deserves to be in control of their exercise routine. We understand how confusing & frustrating this journey can be. That’s why our team developed a strength & conditioning system that empowers you to reach your goals.

 

Everyone deserves to be in control of their exercise routine. We understand how confusing this journey can be. That’s why our team developed a system that empowers you to reach your goals.

Your plan to take control

Schedule a Movement Assessment

Our goal is to make sure the program is the right fit for you

Perform your Assessment Workout

We’ll examine your movement patterns & determine the right plan for you

Start your Program

Guided by Strength Coaches & Physical Therapists

How can you build confidence and take control of your exercise journey

Injury is the primary reason people stop activity, followed closely by a lack of time or not knowing what is best to do. This leads to an unhealthy, sedentary lifestyle along with feelings of frustration, confusion, and guilt.

You can break this cycle.

You will learn the fundamentals and develop a strong fitness foundation. 

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  • Support to develop a lifelong exercise habit
  • Fundamental movements in a progressive exercise program
  • Programming that includes strength, conditioning, movement, mobility, stability, balance, and rehab management
  • A long-term mindset with periodic coach check-ins
  • A team of health professionals guiding your program

How can you build confidence and take control of your exercise journey

Injury is the number one reason people stop activity, followed closely by a lack of time or not knowing what is best to do. This leads to an unhealthy, sedentary lifestyle along with feelings of frustration, confusion, and guilt.

You can break this cycle.

You will learn the fundamentals and develop a strong fitness foundation. 

READ MORE
  • Support to develop a lifelong exercise habit
  • Fundamental movements in a progressive exercise program
  • Programming that includes strength, conditioning, movement, mobility, stability, balance, and rehab management
  • A long-term mindset with periodic coach check-ins
  • A team of health professionals guiding your program

MEMBERSHIP PRICING

Online Membership

$100 per month
  • SPC workout app
  • Unlimited exercise programming
  • HHP Check-In Sessions & Open Clinic PT Sessions
  • Discounts on physical therapy sessions

HHP Membership

$160 per month
  • Unlimited access to the SPC gym
  • Unlimited exercise programming
  • SPC workout app
  • HHP Check-In Sessions
  • Open Clinic Physical Therapy Sessions
  • Physical Therapy Movement Classes
  • Discounts on physical therapy sessions

Youth Membership

$100 per month
  • SPC workout app
  • Unlimited exercise programming
  • Includes all benefits of full HHP membership
  • Reduced rates for athletes ages 7-18

MEMBERSHIP PRICING

HHP Membership

$160 per month
  • Unlimited access to the SPC gym
  • Unlimited exercise programming
  • SPC workout app
  • HHP Check-In Sessions
  • Open Clinic Physical Therapy Sessions
  • Physical Therapy Movement Classes
  • Discounts on physical therapy sessions

Online Membership

$100 per month
  • Discounts on physical therapy sessions
  • HHP Check-In Sessions & Open Clinic PT Sessions
  • SPC workout app and unlimited exercise programming

Youth Membership

$100 per month
  • Reduced rates for athletes ages 7-18
  • Includes all benefits of full HHP membership
  • SPC workout app and exercise programming

MEET YOUR HEALTH & HUMAN PERFORMANCE COACHES:

Sean - Smith Performance Center

Sean McConnell

Director of Health & Human Performance

Sean McConnell is a strength & conditioning coach focused on helping people learn how to become & stay physically active.

Like most people, Sean understands the overwhelming feelings that come from being inactive and developing pain. He shares a desire to move better, get stronger and improve his heart health for years to come. He decided to pursue a career in health & fitness to learn how to improve his own health problems and continues to learn through providing effective solutions to fitness problems.

Professionally, Sean is interested in movement dysfunction, functional strength & conditioning training for longevity, and developing solutions to exercise adherence.

Nate - Smith Performance Center

Nate Corsi

Exercise Physiologist & Strength Coach

Nate Corsi received both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Exercise Science (Northern Arizona University 2014 and Texas State University 2017). His primary focus being in physiology and biomechanics. During his master’s program, he was a Research Assistant in the Health and Human Performance Department, assisting with research on physical activity in non-traditional sports/exercise. 

Nate has a wide range of experience both personally and professionally. He began with a passion for competition in endurance events, with many years of experience. He has worked in physical therapy clinics in the past, assisting with injury management. He has coached track and field, mountain biking, and weightlifting with youth athletes. He also enjoys working with the older population by teaching the fundamentals of movement. 

Nate has been with SPC since the Spring of 2018 and is certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA CSCS).

Jason Temkin

Strength Coach

Jason has been devoted to the field of health, wellness, and fitness since 2001. He has a diversified and unique background blending exercise science, athletic development, personal training, massage therapy with oriental medicine and acupuncture, yoga, and martial arts studies. Jason continued his education in applied nutrition and plant-based nutrition at University of Arizona and Cornell.

Jason focuses on the principles of consistent exercise and movement to develop strength, healthy behaviors, and spiritual connections. He enjoys working with others and is inspired by the human potential.

Whether someone is beginning their exercise journey, returning from rehabilitation, developing consistency in their exercise habits, or pursuing personal goals, Jason has the diverse skillset to help you.

Jason strives to educate and lead those that choose to reach their potential and goals in a safe and effective manner. 

MEET YOUR HEALTH & HUMAN PERFORMANCE TEAM:

Sean - Strength Training

Sean McConnell

Director of Health & Human Performance

Sean McConnell is a strength & conditioning coach focused on helping people learn how to start & stay physically active.

Like most people, Sean understands the overwhelming feelings that come from being inactive and developing pain. He shares a desire to move better, get stronger and improve his heart health for years to come. He decided to pursue a career in health & fitness to learn how to improve his own health problems and continues to learn through providing effective solutions to fitness problems.

Professionally, Sean is interested in movement dysfunction, functional strength & conditioning training for longevity, and developing solutions to exercise adherence.

Strength Training Expert - Nate

Nate Corsi

Exercise Physiologist & Strength Coach

Nate Corsi received both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Exercise Science (Northern Arizona University 2014 and Texas State University 2017). His primary focus being in physiology and biomechanics. During his master’s program, he was a Research Assistant in the Health and Human Performance Department, assisting with research on physical activity in non-traditional sports/exercise. 

Nate has a wide range of experience both personally and professionally. He began with a passion for competition in endurance events, with many years of experience. He has worked in physical therapy clinics in the past, assisting with injury management. He has coached track and field, mountain biking, and weightlifting with youth athletes. He also enjoys working with the older population by teaching the fundamentals of movement. 

Nate has been with SPC since the Spring of 2018 and is certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA CSCS).

Jason Temkin

Strength Coach

Jason has been devoted to the field of health, wellness, and fitness since 2001. He has a diversified and unique background blending exercise science, athletic development, personal training, massage therapy with oriental medicine and acupuncture, yoga, and martial arts studies. Jason continued his education in applied nutrition and plant-based nutrition at University of Arizona and Cornell.

Jason focuses on the principles of consistent exercise and movement to develop strength, healthy behaviors, and spiritual connections. He enjoys working with others and is inspired by the human potential.

Whether someone is beginning their exercise journey, returning from rehabilitation, developing consistency in their exercise habits, or pursuing personal goals, Jason has the diverse skillset to help you.

Jason strives to educate and lead those that choose to reach their potential and goals in a safe and effective manner. 

SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT WITH US:

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is HHP?

The Health & Human Performance program (HHP) is a system of functional training focused on maximizing movement for life based on the individual needs of our members.

HHP is operated by the HHP director and the HHP coaches and is supported by the physical therapy team. Workout programs are delivered by our SPC workout app and members use group workout sessions, one on one sessions, online programming, HHP check-ins, PT movement, and open clinic.

What is an HHP Movement Assessment?

The HHP Movement Assessment is a one-time service introducing you to our HHP program. This service is for anyone interested in our program whether that be HHP Membership or One on One Sessions. You will work directly with a coach and during this session, we analyze the quality of 6 functional movement patterns, review your exercise history, and provide exercise recommendations.

The cost of this service is $100 for the hour-long session.

Do I have to be a member to do One on One sessions?

No, you do not have to be an HHP member to schedule and perform one-on-one workout sessions. After completing your one-time Movement Assessment, you are eligible for One on One sessions. Regardless of membership status, this service costs $75 for the hour-long session. 

An HHP One on One session is an opportunity to focus on your workout and training goals without distractions. 

What are Open Clinic Physical Therapy Sessions?

Open clinics are 15-minute sessions with one of our Physical Therapists. This is part of the membership program. 

Open Clinic is designed to: 

    • diagnose the problem 
    • rule out red flags
    • provide a home plan
    • provide PT additions & exercise modifications or eliminations (if needed)
    • determine if the member needs to come in for a full visit
    • gather feedback from our community to improve our program & protocols.

This service is provided to our Members Only.

What is an HHP Check In?

The HHP Check-In is an opportunity for any HHP member to talk one on one with a strength coach. (think of these like PT Open Clinic).

During these sessions we can: 

    • Answer training questions
    • Check in on your training goals
    • Help improve training consistency 
    • Check in on your current training program (Update if needed)
    • Help coach form on exercises (Online members)
    • Answer any HHP questions
    • Answer SPC Workout App questions
    • Check in on HHP program satisfaction 

This service is provided to our Members Only.

Location

1684 S Research Loop
Suite 508 and 518
Tucson, AZ 85710
GET DIRECTIONS

Email

admin@smithperformancecenter.com

Phone

520-398-4886

Fax

520-398-4775

Location

1684 S Research Loop
Suite 508 and 518
Tucson, AZ 85710
GET DIRECTIONS

Email

admin@smithperformancecenter.com

Phone

520-398-4886

Fax

520-398-4775