Ignition APG is partnering with word-class performance facilities to outsource all of their strength and conditioning needs. By combining state of the art-facilities with industry leading performance specialists, Ignition is transforming communities with cutting edge training backed by proprietary programs through years of proven results.


Ignition’s High School training program is a direct partnership with the individual high school and its athletic department to provide sport specific training modules used to optimize individual strength, speed, power, agility, conditioning, and mobility of the student athlete. With nationally certified coaches we provide scientifically driven strength and conditioning programming, supported by data analytics and backed by proven results. By partnering with Ignition APG to provide a certified strength and conditioning specialist to your student athletes, you ensure the safety and development of the total student athlete while preparing them to compete at the highest level of competition.

Ignition APG provides optimal ongoing improvements in the mental and physical development of our Loveland Tigers. This partnership delivers the competitive advantage we seek for our student athletes.

Brian Conatser

Athletic Director, Loveland High School


Ignition’s partnership with universities and colleges at the NCAA level has served to provide strength & conditioning departments and athletic teams with customized programming based on the teams/athletes specific training needs. Ignition has partnered and consulted in numerous ways at the NCAA level to bring nationally certified coaches and a scientifically proven performance program that is supported by data analytics and years of demonstrated results.

Years Partnered

Big East Championships

Athletes Serviced

When it comes to getting the most out of our athlete, there is no place like Ignition. With an elite program and excellent coaches, they are who I trust my athletes with.

Matt Jennings

Assistant Athletic Director for Strength & Conditioning, Xavier University

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