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Silverton Iron Foxes Strength & Conditioning raises the bar



The home of the Iron Foxes Strength & Conditioning program has raised the bar on what a high school training center should be. The center was designed to open the door to modern training techniques using the latest strength and conditioning methods. The goal of the new facility was not only to provide the proper tools and atmosphere to enhance the student athlete experience but give the Silverton Foxes a competitive edge on the field and/or court of competition.x60 power rack

Multi-Zone Rack Systems enable       
more athletes to train at the same time.        
The Task:
Working closely with the Silverton High School Staff and local UCS Authorized Distributer Exercise Equipment Northwest, four custom X-60 Performance Units were selected and designed for maximum efficiency. With limited space the X-60 Rack Systems were designed to provide flexibility in the facility and ensure that multiple groups could use the same system. In addition to the X-60 Rack Systems two X-20 Racks were added to be used as squat stations when multiple teams were training in the facility.

To further enhance the atmosphere and provide it's athletes with the safest most functional equipment, custom Plyo-Safe G2 Boxes and Plyo-Mats were specially designed with a strength & conditioning graphic. Custom Fox graphics, dual color Racks and upholstery lend a unique and exclusive look to the facility.
g2 plyo box
Since its completion the Strength and Conditioning facility has become "...the envy of the district...". The Rack Systems maintained the open space to allow multiple classes and teams to train simultaneously. The roll-up garage doors provide an abundance of natural light and fresh air to the student athletes. The Silverton High School Foxes started out with a facility that had not been updated in over a decade they are now at the forefront of Athletic Performance.

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