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What Makes D1 Sports Training Unique?

D1 Sports Training is like no other fitness program you’ve ever tried. D1 stands for Division 1, which is the highest intercollegiate athletics sanctioned by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) in the United States. 

D1 Sports Training is for children and adults who want the highest level of sports training. There is also a top-notch rehab center to help get athletes back on the playing field, court, or track quickly and with full strength and mobility.

There are several children and adult training programs and membership levels so that you can find the one that fits your child’s fitness and sports goals, or your own. Still not sure what all the fuss is about? The sports medicine team at Texas Orthopaedic Associates shares what you need to know about D1 Sports Training so you can see if you have what it takes to join.

What is D1 Sports Training?

The D1 Sports Training Center located in Dallas is a gym for professional athletes, people who want to train like professional athletes, or people who want to become college or professional athletes. The facility may seem intimidating when you first walk in, but all are welcome, from soccer moms to professional soccer players.

There are many programs for both school-aged kids and adults. Children from ages 7-18 can join an age- and level-appropriate program to help either set the foundation for success as an athlete or to help get them to the next level as an athlete. They also work on character and team building.

For adults, they offer boot camps and strength-training programs for all fitness and strength levels to get you into the best and strongest shape of your life. You have the option of unlimited membership, a monthly membership, or a pack of classes. You can also work individually or in small groups with our top-notch trainers.

How is D1 Sports Training unique?

Everyone is treated like an elite athlete. All training plans are individualized, so you’re not just part of some big group. Additionally, the trainers and coaches are highly credentialed. They go through a rigorous interview process, so you’re not dealing with high school kids looking to make extra money to buy video games. 

The facility offers everything you would find in a college gym. You’ll find an AstroTurf field, extensive weight room, and lounge, as well as loud whistles and music, and medicine balls being tossed in an intense, high-energy environment. 

Lastly, the collegiate-level facility and the top-notch trainers combined with our sports medicine expertise allow D1 athletes to get the expert support they need to advance to the next level or recover from an injury and return to an advanced level. 

Interested in finding out more about the D1 Sports Training facility located in Dallas, Texas? Call the D1 team to tour the facility and learn about membership.

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All locations will remain closed Friday, February 4, 2022 due to unsafe road conditions. We will be calling to reschedule appointments next week. Enjoy your weekend and stay safe!!