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Strength and Conditioning Academy

The Strength and Conditioning Academy welcomes all student athletes from multi sport disciplines focusing on sport specific strength, speed and agility and conditioning. These classes are open to all athletes from any discipline looking to get stronger, faster and increase their overall physical health.  Workouts will include strength and muscle conditioning, speed and endurance in addition to explosive movements agility and flexibility. 

The Strength and Conditioning Academy will afford the students with a scientific safe approach to strength and conditioning. This will include a percentage based total body workout to increase strength, flexibility, and injury prevention. With emphasis on building the foundations of strength to increase performance on the field through tracking, monitoring and progressive workouts.   To Set up a Tour of the Facility and a Free Class send us an email at Contact@TheFarmSLC.com.  To Sign Up for the Academy Visit thefarmslc.zenplanner.com


Nick Sasich: Director of Strength and Conditioning

2005 Judge Memorial graduate- Attended Saddleback College and The University of Utah. BS Kinesiology. Grad assistant for Utah Football 2010-11. Grad assistant strength and conditioning coach University of Utah 2012-13. 14 years of coaching experience at the High School and College level, 8 years head coaching experience.  In addition to focusing on Strength and Conditioning Nick has worked with High School and Collegiate players developing and maintaining the physical skills and tools to succeed at the highest level. " My passion lies in helping student athletes become a complete player. To help achieve maximum potential and drive to succeed at the highest level." 


Beau Bertagnolli Strength and Conditioning Instructor

Beau grew up in Layton Utah where he cultivated his love for sports.  He played Jr. A Hockey in the AJHL and followed that by playing college hockey at the University of Utah where he received a degree in BS in Exercise Science and Nutrition. Fowling he playing career he knew his passion was in sports so he jumped right into coaching.  He has been coaching local youth hockey teams in the Valley for the past 6 years as well as having recently coached the University of Utah for a year.  Realizing his passion is in helping youth athletes he decided to step away from the college level and return to coaching youth athletes focusing directly on Strength and Conditioning.  Providing the ultimate tool of creating athletes and developing them physically for competition.