“The Human Potential is as Great as you can Conceive and Prepare For.”
The EVO System
Jay Schroeder has given birth to, and nurtured, this training system for more than 30 years. Jay develops, perfects, and implements highly sophisticated and very unique training protocols which are used with any type of athlete and/or individual seeking to maximize on his/her quality of life. The top training systems in the history of athletics and typical training genres have been studied and gleaned from in order to create this elite training system. Extensive research and studies have been analyzed and tested thus, “no stone has been left uncovered”.
This system and its methodologies have been developed, researched and refined for more than 40 years. EVO UltraFit Training is a system of high intensity to supra-intensity (high-speed, high load, high volume) training routines which target specific physiological traits; those associated with efficient athletic and/or human performance. These training routines are arranged according to their importance for the specific individual being trained. Once entering the EVO UltraFit System, the athlete/client proceeds in a specific order through each of these traits as his or her physiology indicates. This is the only system that utilizes this specific method of progression.
NFL LineBacker Karlos Dansby
“I came in looking for a difference to change my body and keep me healthy and keep me on the field… I’m as strong as anybody on the field and that shows in my production here at EVO UltraFit”
− Karlos Dansby
NFL Runningback Tim Hightower
“You can’t just come in here and put on your headphones… you really have to engage mentally, physically and emotionally every time you step in this gym.”
− Tim Hightower
Collegiate Coach Greg Patrick
“Within 9 or 10 days all of the back and blue… All of the bruising in my arm and chest were gone… I was moving my arm again… Within 3 weeks I was exercising again”
− Greg Patrick
NFL Veteran and Coach Mike Kafka
“They’re going to make sure every detail of your training, and/or every position you are in while you’re training… is critiqued and perfect”
− Mike Kafka