Sunday, January 24, 2010


Ignition is prepping some of the finest athletes in the country to be at their best on the last week of February at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis.
One part of the program that is taken seriously is the strong commitment to train not only the body but the mind and the spirit. The way this is incorporated is through character building sessions that include Bible Studies and prayer time before and after workouts. In addition to this, athletes also hear testimonials from active and retired NFL veterans on life choices and decisions.
The goal is not only to be strong physically but also spiritually while training over the 8 week program. Although athletes aren't required to attend these character building sessions, attendance over the program duration has been over 75%. Athletes don't have to be spiritual to be a part of the Ignition program, but the foundations of our program our built on Godly principles such as loyalty, honor, and respect. Ignition's motto: "As Iron Sharpens Iron, So One Man Sharpens Another." - Proverbs 27:17
Testimonial from 5-Time Pro Bowler, Roy Williams
"I really like the vibe and the energy that I received from Clif when I trained at Ignition. There are facilities who put emphasis on numbers, but Ignition puts their focus on bettering the total athlete by training them mentally, physically, and spiritually. They keep God first."

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