The Sports Performance Lab (SPL), a cutting-edge testing, performance training, recovery, and sports rehabilitation facility, is announcing today the launch of its third location in Ridgefield, NJ. The facility is dedicated to reducing the risk of injuries and maximizing potential in athletes. It consists of a team of board-certified doctors, licensed physical therapists, strength and conditioning experts, and performance enhancement specialists that leverage sports science technologies, evidence-based methodologies, and artificial intelligence to optimize athletic performance. SPL Ridgefield will be led by Head Strength Coach and General Manager, Gavin Ingster, MS, ATC, CSCS.
Gavin has a Masters Degree in Athletic Training from Seton Hall University where he worked with both the men's and women's NCAA Division I basketball teams. He has also served as an athletic trainer with the Ranney School in Tinton Falls, NJ, and at nearby Wagner College, where he assisted primarily with football training camp and the 2015 regular season. In 2016, he became the Athletic Trainer at Bergen Catholic High School. The diverse experience has prepared Gavin to work with Bergen counties diverse population of athletes.
“Having obtained my Masters from Seton Hall it feels great to be back in NJ. I am lucky enough to have worked with some high level schools in the area like Bergen Catholic. We are excited to offer the best available sports performance testing, training and recovery systems to Bergen county. When you come to SPL Ridgefield as an athlete, you have access to cutting edge equipment and the latest sports science modalities used by the top athletes in the world. If you’re serious about your sport, this is where you want to train,” said Gavin Ingster, Head Strength Coach and General Manager at SPL, MS, ATC, CSCS.
SPL trains top athletes of all ages and skill levels including amateur and professional athletes from MLB, NFL, UFC, CFL, MLS, and United States Olympic Teams. Every athlete starts with an assessment and baseline performance analysis before moving into specialized training and recovery techniques based on those results.
"The SPL difference is using science and data to engineer peak athletic performance. We use only proven technologies and methodologies that are effective at any skill level of sport. As a former collegiate athlete, one of the most exciting offerings SPL has is the brain and vision training tools. These systems train the athletes vision, brain and sensory processing since 90% of the information received by the brain comes via the eyes. By training the athletes' vision, we can make them better players in just a few weeks. I've seen good athletes become great after our sports vision training program,” said Michael Greene, Co-Founder and Managing Director at SPL, BMS, PES.
Current top athletes training at SPL Ridgefield include Chris Williams--NFL Indianapolis Colts, Anthony Stolarz--NHL Anaheim Ducks, Tim Barrow--Wagner College Football, Ryan Tchoungoua--Track and Field, and Armando Gjetja--MMA.
Founded in April of 2020, the Sports Performance Lab has focused on being able to keep athletes at the top of their game despite the uncertainty in their sports. It makes the top in sports technologies available to all those who train with them including Anti-Gravity Treadmills, 3D Movement and Injury Risk Analysis, Neurotiming, and more. The testing modalities used at SPL include body composition, vertical jump with force plates, and sports-specific vision testing. The training programs focus on Movement, Strength, Power, Speed, Agility, Quickness, and Sports Specific Vision. The recovery modalities include Compression Massage, Heat and Vibration, Ice Compression, Vibrating Foam Rollers, and Percussion Therapy guns. SPL offers training programs for athletes 7-11, 12-14, 15-18, and the general population above 18.
SPL will be offering a promotional founder’s rate to the first 150 members that sign up before 10/01/2021. To sign up for the founders rates, call (201) - 497 - 6688 or email [email protected] To book a session at Sports Performance Lab or for more information on its new location please visit www.splabusa.com.