Small Group Training

Our small groups are perfect for those who would like individualized attention, but also the opportunity to compete with other athletes. 

The athlete will be familiar with the exercises and ready to compete.  They still receive the personalized attention, but with three to four other people in the group.  Small Group Training is great for both the new and experienced athlete.  If you are striving to improve your speed, strength, agility and decrease your risk of injury, we can help.  You will get a great dynamic and efficient workout led by our sports performance specialist to help you succeed in the gym and in your sport.

What are the benefits?

  • Improve sports performance
  • Increase speed
  • Jump higher
  • Reduce the risk of injuries

What’s Involved?

Our Small Group Personal Training service is a great method of getting results because it creates a small community that will both support and compete against one another.  We’ve seen it to be a great source of fun and competition which brings the best out of our athletes.  It is an excellent way to get the expertise you need and have the support of our sports performance specialist and members in your corner!

See Our Awesome Results

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Semisi Tokolahi


“While I completed my college career as a University of Washington football player, I began thinking of a place in which I could prepare myself for my pro day. I had experienced a very serious leg injury—breaking my fibula and dislocating my ankle. The nerve damage created contractions in my toes.

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Alex Keough


“I fully endorse and recommend DM Athletics to anyone looking to take their game to the next level. Donny has the knowledge and dedication that it takes to help you achieve your goals. His research based methods have improved athletes of all sports. Donny focuses not only on getting you stronger, faster, and more explosive, but also focuses on injury prevention–an often overlooked aspect of the strength training process.

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