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Many Fortune 500 companies have called on Etcheberry Sports including:

Texas Instruments, Merrill Lynch, Estee Lauder, Pfizer, Humana Health Care and more!

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Train with Etcheberry Sports!

Legendary fitness, conditioning and movement coach, Pat Etcheberry.If you're looking to step up your game and train like the pros, then look no further than training with one of the world's leading fitness, movement and conditioning experts, Pat Etcheberry, located at the Mission Inn Resort & Club

Pat has trained hundreds of the world's top athletes including Pete Sampras, Justine Henin, Andre Agassi, Jennifer Capriati, Willie Parker, Shaun King, Ernie Els & Nick Faldo. 

In fact, Pat's players have won more than 110 Grand Slam tournaments and majors.

Pat's programs incorporate an array of the latest sports and fitness development methods to help athletes reach their personal performance goals and to achieve higher levels of stamina.  Programs are also available for groups, and athletes of all ages are welcome, including juniors.

You've seen Pat featured in many areas including:

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Pat's own personal achievements and experiences have most certainly qualified him to meet our every need.  He competed in the 1964 Tokyo Summer Olympic Games in the Javelin event, was the 1966 Southeastern Conference (SEC) Champion.  He also participated in the Pan-American Games from 1967-1971.  He was nominated "Strength Coach of the Year" in 1984 after serving as the Strength and Conditioning Coach for all sports at the University of Kentucky.  Pat earned his Bachelor's degree in Physical Education from the University of Kentucky and his Master's degree from Georgetown College and is also a contributing editor to Tennis and Golf International Magazines.

With Pat's personalized training programs, you or your team will experience increased strength and agility, greater flexibility, improved skill, movement, and speed.  Get ready to boost your performance and experience top physical conditioning and training with Pat Etcheberry!

 

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