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Pillars of Performance: Movement Skills to Jump Higher and Hit Harder

Join this 12-week training program and elevate your game!

What you'll get:

  • In depth instruction on the fundamental movements for volleyball
  • 12 hours of video instruction and workouts designed for you to get the most out an at-home workout
  • Daily movement "vitamins" that you can work on each and every day

Austin Einhorn, founder of the acclaimed Apiros Team, leads us through a 12-week at-home Strength & Conditioning program specifically designed for volleyball players.

Austin is well known for his work with world class athletes and his mastery in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS). He has worked with Stanford Men's Volleyball, numerous USA Volleyball National Team members, and athletes in both the NFL and MLB.

This 12-week program is designed to maximize an athletes overall athleticism, strengthen the core muscle groups for volleyball specific movement, prevent injury, and increase athletes vertical leap! The program begins on January 11th, 2021.

What People Are Saying:

Getting to work with Austin has been one of the most transformative experiences of my athletic career. I've been lifting and training for volleyball for over 20 years and there were things I thought my body just could not do... working with Austin has shown me otherwise. He processes movement different than any trainer I've met and it's been exciting to see my movements transform.

Lauren Fendrick

I have been very pleased with what I have learned and my results and will continue to implement DNS into training for my sport. I recommend this type of training to any athlete that wants to have a deeper understanding of who they are as an athlete and what they can do to improve and become the best possible athlete that they can be.

Dwight Lowery