Strength and Conditioning

Strength and Conditioning

ALL Strength and Conditioning is ongoing.  New participants welcome to join at anytime.
For all Strength and Conditioning and Personal Training questions please contact Tyler Karlberg at tkarlberg@logan.org or 751-4500.
For help with registration or registration changes, please contact Tyler Karlberg at tkarlberg@logan.org or 751-4500.

SIGNING UP IS A TWO STEP PROCESS
To sign up:
Step One - Click on either High School or Middle School sign up link below and complete google form.
HIGH SCHOOL sign up:  https://forms.gle/xWq2fWczNbivtVP2A .                    
MIDDLE SCHOOL sign up:  https://forms.gle/tavQ8bevCjkxf8z1A.
Step Two - Fill out both forms in required paperwork below and email to Tyler Karlberg at tkarlberg@logan.org. Required sign up paperwork, click here to download

What We Offer

We live to see our athletes find success in competition and in life. However, finding success doesn’t happen overnight. It takes dedication to a goal and consistent hard work aimed at achieving that goal. Our aim is to help you reach your full potential. We are happy to help each athlete see how great their potential really is and guide them along every step of the journey. As an athlete, your job is to believe in yourself and the goal, then commit to putting in the work required to make it a reality.
 

High School


The High School Program:
  • Individualized training plans. Each training session you complete will be specifically designed to meet the needs of an athlete based on their training experience, injury history, stage of development, and skill level
  • Long Term Plan. Our plan is designed around a multi-year process of developing each athlete into the best version of themselves. This includes fluctuations in our training plans throughout the year to best prepare each individual for and continue their improvement during their chosen competitive season(s)
  • Sport Specific. We aim to build each person we coach into a fully developed athlete. Faster, stronger, and more explosive than their competitors no matter their chosen activity. That being said, every activity has specific demands that must be addressed in training to see success in that arena. Our staff has coached and written programs for a huge variety of sports and will custom tailor each athletes training plan to help that athlete meet and exceed the demands of their sport.
  • Personal. Daily interaction and personal coaching from our staff of highly experienced professionals
  • Community. Multisport group training fosters an environment built around comradery, accountability, improvement, and healthy competition.
  • Measured. Quarterly testing and evaluation to help measure progress and adjust training plans. This ensures all of our athletes are moving as fast as they can towards their goals.

HIGH SCHOOL sign up:  https://forms.gle/xWq2fWczNbivtVP2A
 
Pricing
 
12 Month Commitment 3 Month Commitment Month to Month
$120/Month $140/Month $160/Month
$200 Early Cancellation Fee $220 Early Cancel Fee No Cancel Fee

*First month will be prorated. Contract time period will run from the 1st of the following month (i.e. sign up April 15th for a 3 month membership, $70 for the remainder of the month, 3 month commitment runs May 1st – July 31st)
*Staff must be notified in writing of cancellation at least 3 days prior to the end of the current term. The early cancellation fee will apply.
*10% discount if entire year paid for up front. No refunds or cancellations will be given on upfront payments.

Scholarships
Our goal is to make youth training and fitness sessions an affordable opportunity for all.  As a partner in your pursuit of good health, financial assistance is available to anyone based on documented financial need. Scholarships are provided on a fair and open basis and without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, marital status, or any other classification protected by applicable local, state or federal law. Scholarship applications are available at The Fitness Center Member Services office during normal business hours. Youth Development welcomes everyone based on availability.  For more contact Kelly Malmin at kmalmin@logan.org or 758-7323.
 

Middle School


The Middle School Program:
  • Fundamentals and Technique. All athletic success is built upon having a solid grasp of the fundamental human movement patterns. Squatting, Hinging, Pushing, Pulling, Bracing, Rotating, Crawling, and Locomotion. We coach our middle school athletes in the skills and techniques needed to perform these movements properly and progress them as ready to loaded and more advanced versions of these movements (jumping, sprinting, agility, etc.). 
  • Long Term Plan. Our plan is designed around a multi-year process of developing each athlete into the best version of themselves. Our Middle School training focuses on developing a solid foundation of overall athletic capacity that can continue to be built upon as each individual moves on to high school and beyond. We are firm believers that “the height and stability of your pyramid is dependent on the size of your foundation”
  • Personal. Daily interaction and personal coaching from our staff of highly experienced professionals
  • Community. Multisport group training fosters an environment built around comradery, accountability, improvement, and healthy competition. 
MIDDLE SCHOOL sign up is:  https://forms.gle/tavQ8bevCjkxf8z1A.  
 
Pricing
 
2 days per week 3 day per week
$120/Month $145/Month
Tuesdays
Thursdays
Mondays
Wednesdays
Fridays

*First month will be prorated. Contract time period will run from the 1st of the following month (i.e. sign up April 15th for a 3 month membership, $70 for the remainder of the month, 3 month commitment runs May 1st – July 31st)
*Staff must be notified in writing of cancellation at least 3 days prior to the end of the current term. The early cancellation fee will apply.
*10% discount if entire year paid for up front. No refunds or cancellations will be given on upfront payments.

Scholarships
Our goal is to make youth training and fitness sessions an affordable opportunity for all.  As a partner in your pursuit of good health, financial assistance is available to anyone based on documented financial need. Scholarships are provided on a fair and open basis and without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, marital status, or any other classification protected by applicable local, state or federal law. Scholarship applications are available at The Fitness Center Member Services office during normal business hours. Youth Development welcomes everyone based on availability.  For more contact Kelly Malmin at kmalmin@logan.org or 758-7323.
 

College

We offer specialized and individualized strength and conditioning for college students.  For more information or to sign up please contact Tyler Karlberg at 751-4500 or tkarlberg@logan.org.

 

Family Rates

For those with multiple children enrolling, a family rate discount will apply.  The first child is full price, the second child is $10 off, the third child is $20 off and so forth.  This applies to the monthly rate. 

 

Training Times

*Training sessions will last between 45 and 90 minutes depending on training phase, athlete level, and work ethic
PLEASE ARIVE 5-15 MINUTES BEFOR YOUR TRAINING SESSION IS SCHEDULED TO BEGIN. YOU NEED TO BE READY TO BEGIN ON THE HOUR. DO NOT HOLD YOUR TRAINING PARTNERS BACK BY MAKING THEM WAIT FOR YOU.

ALL TRAINING IS HELD AT LOGAN HEALTH PERFORMANCE CENTER Click here for Address

High School: 
School Year: 
Monday – Friday: 6:30a, 4:00p, 5:00p, 6:00p
Saturday: 9:00a, 10:00a
Summer:
Monday - Friday: 11:00a, 12:00p, 1:00p
Monday - Thursday: 6:00p
Friday only: 8:30a
 
Middle School:
School Year:
Monday – Friday: 4:00p 
Summer:
Monday – Friday: 9:30a 

 

Youth Development Manager

Kelly Malmin, PT, DPT, Cert DN, Cert SMT, FMS, SFMA, FCS, came to Logan Health in August of 2008 as a Physical Therapist at The Brendan House and served as therapy supervisor until August of 2012.  Since then, she has worked in the private outpatient therapy setting until returning to Logan Health in December of 2019 as the manager of Youth Development for Logan Health Medical Fitness Center.  She has a passion for sports medicine and functional movement as it relates to long-term athletic development and injury prevention as well as the foundation of life-long fitness.  She received her Associates Degree in Applied Science becoming a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant in 1996 from Williston State College and returned to school in 2003 earning her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree in 2006 from The University of North Dakota.  She is active in the Rotary Club of Evergreen and in her free time enjoys coaching youth basketball.  Kelly and her family love spending time camping, boating, surfing, and being outdoors.  Kelly’s favorite pastime is watching her kids participate in activities, spending time at Dickey Lake with her family and their dog Tucker John.  Contact Kelly at kmalmin@logan.org or 758-7323.

 

Meet Our Certified Strength and Conditioning Coaches



Brett Neighbors, CSCS, FMS is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).  Brett’s interest in Strength and Conditioning stemmed from his time as a collegiate baseball player at Spokane Fall Community College. After receiving his AA degree from Spokane, Brett transferred to UNLV where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. Shortly after he became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Injury prevention and sport-specific training are the focus of his training as he blends corrective exercises with functional movements into his clients’ training regimens.  Contact Brett at bneighbors@logan.org  or 758-1480.



 
Colton Harkins, M.S., CSCS, RPR is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) who has worked in the Strength and Conditioning industry since 2014. He began his college education at the University of Jamestown in ND, spending two years there on a Track & Field scholarship. He then moved to Colorado Springs, CO and earned his Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, while competing for the UCCS Track & Field Team.  He completed his Masters at the University of Providence in Great Falls, MT while working as a Graduate Assistant strength coach in the UP athletic department. He has worked with all levels of athletes throughout his career.  He has a passion for training athletes to become more explosive with their vertical jump, speed, and quickness. In his free time he also enjoys playing in various men's league sports, spending time at the lake, and hanging out with his wife Kailea and dog Rukka.  Contact Colton at charkins@logan.org  or 758-1480.