I started training with DJ right before I left for University 4 years ago.
My little sister Ally had been training with him for about 6months at that
point and was seeing drastic improvements in her movement, so I decided
to join her. However, since I was at university across the country I could
only train sporadically with DJ. After graduating from the University of
Pennsylvania I decided I wanted to take my squash game to a new level and
turn professional. I once again enlisted the help of DJ in order to improve
my speed, strength and movement. After 4 weeks of training with DJ this
summer I went to the World University games in Australia to represent the
USA in squash. While there I had to play the Intercollegiate Champion
whom had not lost a match all year, as well as beat me twice during the year.
This time the results were different. I beat the Champion in 4 games
(squash is best of 5) and helped the USA team (with the win over the
intercollegiate champion) to come in third place after a 2-1 win over
Canada. I attribute my win to the hard work I have done with DJ, I was out
moving and hitting her, which was something I was not able to do during
the year. After every training session with DJ I see the results on the squash
court, I am eager to see how far I can reach and I am sure with the help of DJ
and Maximum Sports Conditioning I will be able to achieve any goal I wish.

Kristen Lange, University of Pennsylvania

I would highly recommend any volleyball player interested in playing in
college workout with Maximum Sports Conditioning. Their ability to
develop the total game of a young volleyball player is outstanding

Tamari Miyashiro, USA Volleyball Defensive Specialist, 2007 & 2008 National Defensive Player of the Year, University of Washington Career Leader In Digs

Training at MaxSC helped develop my core strength and arm speed and
allowed me to utilize it to my fullest ability

Sean White, Pitcher, Seattle Mariners

Early in my college career, DJ helped set a foundation of strength and
athleticism that played a huge role in my continued success on the field

Danielle Lawrie, University of Washington Softball, 2 Time National Softball Player of the Year, 2009 National Pitcher of the Year, 2009 World Series MVP