Strength and Performance Training only $225.00 for THREE MONTHS!
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May 6, 2013, 8:27 pm
High School Update:
In this update we will cover several NLA programs over the summer.
There schedule will be Monday through Friday with Performance Training taking place on Monday and Wednesday from 3 pm to 4:30 pm. On Tuesday and Thursday we will meet at West Memorial Jr high for Game Simulation Training at 3 pm as well.
The Game Simulation Sessions for all positions will include route trees, competitions, one on ones, team and our SPEED Protocols.
Monday and Wednesday Performance Sessions for high school will take place at our complex at 3 pm and consist of tires, ropes, sleds, vertimax, box jumps, etc.
The Summer Program this year will be offered from 4:30 pm to 6 pm or 6 pm to 7:30 pm consisting of Performance and Strength Training. The summer camp coaches will follow protocols specific to the athletic needs of their age group.
You may register NOW for this program and join us for safe, competitive, challenging and encouraging workouts that will be fun and exciting!
This program has taken off with more and more NLA moms and dads finding out that strength training and nutrition done properly gives you TREMENDOUS RESULTS!
Only $210.00 per month to have a personal trainer oversee your workout EVERY TIME YOU SHOW UP. Three to four times a week, 30 day meal plan and RESULTS GUARANTEED!
We are open 7 days a week from 8:30 am to 9 pm. Learn to lift weights properly, train core better, warm up and cool down correctly and DO CARDIO WHEN YOU SHOULD!
The following is why our Adult Training Program is the best in Katy:
TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING - H.I.R.T. - COMPLETE CORE DEVELOPMENT - RECOVERY AND TISSUE REGENERATION
And now a nutrition tip from Coach T:
She is an NLA trainer and nutritionist for our athletes and adults.
Nutrition tip of the month:
A good post-workout meal is egg whites, sweet potatoes, and watermelon. Sounds delicious right? Well, don't knock it before you try it. You might really like it.
Summer's coming. Are you at the weight you'd like to be? Whether you want to gain more muscle or to lean out, call coach T to find out how to get a customized meal plan for parents, teens, and kids......832.208.1378
Dec 6, 2011, 11:47 pm
Feb 6, 2011, 10:43 pm
KC Nlemchi signs with SMU!
Bobby Waid signs with SMU!
Donovonn Young signs with Illinois and Grant Clifton signs with NAVY!
We are very proud to have worked with these incredible young men of KISD and we look forward to seeing them through their collegiate careers.
Aug 13, 2010, 8:17 pm
Click here for event photos
Photos and story by Doug Johnson
(K.C. Nlemchi and Kenny Houston pictured)
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 is a day that 31 young men will remember for the rest of their lives. The young men I am talking about are 31 of the best and brightest football players in the Houston area. The event was The Touchdown Club of Houston’s Annual Touchdowner of the Year Dinner. This year the Touchdown Club of Houston honored NFL great Kenny Houston along with the annual Preseason All-Greater Houston HIgh School Football Team.
This annual dual purpose ceremony was sponsored by VYPE Magazine and Powerade and acknowledged 31 young men who are getting ready to start their senior year season all of who had spectacular seasons in 2009 and are upstanding young players on and off the field. Three players from the Katy area were recognized Wednesday night and include Donovonn Young (running back/Katy), Grant Clifton (linebacker/Katy) and K.C. Nlemchi (running back/Cinco Ranch). These young men were in the presence of other well recognized players from the Houston area like Daniel Lasko (running back/ Woodlands) and Quandre Diggs (quaterback/ Angelton) among 26 other stellar athletes many of whom have D1college commitments already.
(Grant Clifton and Donovonn Young pictured)
These young athletes were treated to a formal steak dinner and were each presented a plaque by NFL great Kenny Houston. Mr. Houston was then presented the Touchdowner of the Year Award for not only his Hall of Fame career but also his work in the community during and after his time in the NFL. The event was emceed by Channel 2′s Randy Mcllvoy and special speakers were former NFL scout and radio talk show personality Barry Warner, former NFL and college teammate Alvin Reed and former NFL teammate Elvin Bethea. Kenny Houston joins a list of 44 other NFL players and college coaches like Paul “Bear” Bryant, Jonny Unitas, Roger Staubach, Earl Campbell and Thurman Thomas who have been honored by The Touchdown club of Houston as Touchdowner of the Year.
Feb 24, 2010, 11:03 pm
Dec 17, 2009, 12:56 pm
Cinco Ranch fell short in its bid to win a state championship but fresh hardware is now on campus.
Running back K.C. Nlemchi has been named the Greater Houston High School Football Player of the Year for the 2009 season . Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine and Rehabiliation C.O.O. Craig Funk joined KPRC Sports Director/Anchor and Friday Football Frenzy host Randy McIlvoy to present Nlemchi with the Player of the year trophy.
Cinco Ranch High School also received a $2500.00 check from Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation in honor of Nlemchi winning the 2009 honor.
The Cougars finished a school best 13-2 in 2009, losing in the State semi-final to Austin Westlake. Nlemchi led the way rushing for 2,388 yards and 33 touchdowns as a junior.
"It's truly an honor and I am blessed with some great teammates," Nlemchi told KPRC Local 2 sports at the ceremony that aired Wednesday night. " I owe a lot to my teammates, especially my offensive line for helping me this season. I really am taken back and appreciate this great honor."
" I am really proud of K.C. and what he accomplished," Cougars Head Coach Don Clayton told KPRC Local 2 Sports. " As good of a football player as he is, K.C. is an even better person off the field. Really happy for him."
To watch the entire story from Wednesday, go to the video section on the sports page of click2houston.com
'09 Cougars shatter school marks
A list of team records broken or tied by this year's Cinco Ranch football team.
Cinco Ranch junior tailback K.C. Nlemchi was the no-brainer choice for Offensive Player of the Year.
Nlemchi finished his 15-game season with 2,388 yards rushing on 285 attempts, scoring 29 touchdowns on the ground and 32 total.
The rushing touchdown total is a new KISD record, the yardage tally is fourth-most in KISD history.
Nlemchi also became the second KISD back to ever rush for 300 yards in a game, doing it on just 16 carries against Seven Lakes.
17 5A District Rushing Champ, Vype Magazine Player of the Year, Memorial Hermann Athlete of the Year, Army All American Underclassmen, MaxPreps Junior All American, 1st Team Greater Houston Area, 1st Team All State
2,816 All Purpose Yards!
Wait til 2010!
Dec 12, 2009, 9:37 pm
Katy defenders Tyler Adams, center, and Ryan Rose, right, combine to drop New Braunfels quarterback John Simmons.
Young, Holl come up huge in 14-6 semifinal victory
By Nick Georgandis
|Cinco Ranch linebacker Trevor Holt shows his disappointment after a 42-27 state semifinal loss to Austin Westlake on Saturday at DKR Memorial Stadium in Austin. Times photo/James Chargois|