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ALTIS Staff Expansion Announced

Phoenix, AZ: September 26, 2018. This Fall, three new staff appointments are set to further bolster ALTIS' status as a global leader in Sports Performance and Coach Education. Duncan Mathieson is set to start as Vice-President International, where he will be working with the team in Phoenix, as well as the expansion of ALTIS' international projects. “As an ex international...

ALTIS Apprentice Coach Program in the New Year

ALTIS is stepping up our education game for 2017. The first installments of the Apprentice Coach Program (ACP) for the up-and-coming year have everyone at ALTIS very excited. As is tradition, the Program offers an action-packed week of learning, including: daily observation of varied event-group training on the track and in the weight room interaction with ALTIS coaches, staff and...

December in ALTIS 360°

As most of us start to wind down for the Christmas break, ALTIS 360° is just warming up for the second December installment of educational goodies for your stocking… This Month on ALTIS 360°… Dr. Gerry Ramogida: The Performance Trinity  @DrGerryRamogida                  https://drgerryramogida.com As one of the Godfathers of the Performance Therapy model, Gerry...

Partnership with Barton Health, Lake Tahoe

ALTIS is proud to announce a high performance collaboration with Barton Health at the Robert Maloff Center of Excellence, South Lake Tahoe, California. This training center will embody the ALTIS elite training philosophies and systems, in Barton Health's new $10 million, 26,000 sq. ft. performance center. ALTIS presence at the center will have a symmetry with Barton Health's ethos of an integrative approach to health,...

The next step for ALTIS World

As the dust from Rio settles and eyes are set on London and Tokyo, the staff at ALTIS World have been hard at work. The next 4-year Olympic Cycle on the horizon is full of opportunity and hope, and ALTIS World plans to continue developing world-class athletes in their preparations for international success. ALTIS are excited to announce some developments...

Akeem Haynes reflects on Rio

Following a fourth place finish in the 100m at the 2012 Canadian Championships, Akeem Haynes was named to the Canadian Olympic team as part of the 4x100m squad. Frustratingly however, he did not actually compete at the London Games. Fast forward four years, a very different scenario: Akeem Haynes, 24, stood on the start line, ready to lead off Canada's 4x100 m men's...
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