Laker Performance

Laker Performance - Winter 2018/19


Welcome to Laker Performance - Winter 2018/19 Registration for Prior Lake High School

This registration session will allow you to complete contact information, sign up for participation, and submit payment.

Please read through each page carefully to ensure that all information is provided accurately. 

To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or ACH Bank Account information available.


Winter Laker Performance Details:

Laker Performance is offered to Prior Lake Boys and Girls Athletes grades 9th – 12th who wish to commit to a higher level strength training program and have the motivation to be challenged in the off-season.  Athletes choosing to commit to the Laker Performance program will be in a position to make tremendous gains during this program if motivated to do so.


Winter Training Dates: Monday, December 10th to Thursday, February 21st


Goal of the Program

The goal of Laker Performance is to provide athletes the best opportunity to improve their athletic performance in the off-season. Athletes will train safely, consistently and sensibly. Athletes will be motivated by other teammates, as well as members of the Laker Coaching Staff.


Expectations of the Program

This program entails four days of training per week on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 3:15 – 4:30/4:45.


This is an attendance-based program and we expect athletes to be here daily.



We train under an athletic weight training philosophy that focuses on a core group of exercises.  To enhance our training, we will spend the first part of each day focusing on speed/agility and core/flexibility workouts.  A speed and agility workout consists of running efficiency, footwork, balance, power, and explosiveness.  Athletes part of Laker Performance are expected to follow Prior Lake’s Athletic based training philosophy – No Exceptions


Winter Training Schedule

Week One/Two – Introduction and Base Phase

Week Three to Five– Loading Phase

Week Six to Seven – Strength Phase

Week Eight to Nine – Power Phase


Please direct questions to:

Matt Gegenheimer

Director of Laker Performance, CSCS-NSCA, USA Sports Performance, B.S. Exercise Science - ISU