About Potential Plus

Our Training Philosophy

Form and technique are of the utmost importance. Once form has been mastered, we progressively increase weight and/or intensity of the exercise.

P.L.U.S. System

  • Position
    Safe & Efficient body position for improved safety & performance
  • Load vs. Unload
    Proper jumping & landing mechanics
  • Utilization
    Dynamic Stabilization training techniques
  • Specificity
    Programs specific to physical demands of sport, position, & skill level

The P.L.U.S. for Girls

The Problem

  • Females are 4-6x’s more likely to sustain an ACL injury than males
  • Females inherently posses more hormonal, anatomical, biomechanical & genetic risk factors than men
  • In the past 30 years, female ACL injury occurrence has seen a tenfold increase
  • 70% of all ACL injuries are non-contact

The Solution

  • Train at Potential PLUS in our Seasonal Functional Training Classes
  • Decrease in risk factors by training smarter and safer

Calculating the Cost

  • $17,000-$25,000 per injury
  • Loss of entire season & scholarship funding
  • Long-Term Disability
  • Early onset of osteoarthritis

Risk Factors

  • Improper jumping/landing mechanics
  • Weak hip/knee/ankle stabilizers
  • Overall joint laxity
  • Longer thigh length
  • Wider hips
  • Narrow ACL passageway


  • Classes are available for all female sports, or you may call for personal training sessions. Team training also available.




  • ATC- Athletic Trainer Certified by the Board of Certification.
  • NATA-National Athletic Trainers Association.
  • CSCS- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength and Conditioning Association.


  • Trainers have bachelors and masters degrees in their field.
  • Trainers meet yearly educational requirements to maintain their certifications.


  • Our 18,000 square foot facility contains state of the art equipment and provides a spacious and varied training environment.


  • Potential Plus opened in 1999, focusing on advanced experience in functional training and sports performance enhancement.


  • Numerous participants compete at the state level in their respective sport as well as go on to compete at the collegiate level.
  • Recent examples include:
    • Hurricane HS Boys Soccer Team- 2012 AAA State Champions
    • Trevor Starcher- Marshall Men’s Soccer
    • Bethany Drury- Marshall Woman’s Track and Field
    • Alex White, Ian & Evan Miles – WV Wesleyan College Men’s Soccer