Athletic Performance




For training or any other inquiries please contact Renae Morgavi - FRE FLO DO PR


phone: 360.281.8382


Just because serious competitors exhaust themselves with training programs that independently address vital athletic attributes, does not necessarily mean they are performing them collectively nor in a manner which properly prepares them for the unexpected. Furthermore, without taking radical steps toward combating the ever-increasing incidence of injuries plaguing Professional, Collegiate and Amateur sports, the existing problems will not only persist, but they will actually worsen as the levels, the stakes and the demands of competition increase. Today the flaws in conventional training are so grave that many 1st and 2nd string players are being reduced to the bench before they even make it halfway through a season.

FRĒ FLŌ DŌ, an athletic-skill based martial arts influenced system, is the most effective and definitive solution to this longstanding ‘training enigma’ among athletes and coaches alike. It encompasses a comprehensive functional approach to addressing every mental and physical athletic attribute simultaneously! It literally puts athletes into what conservative strength and conditioning coaches might perceive as ‘harms way’. But consider this: Sparring with a partner that could potentially inflict damage is a far more practical means of mentally and physically preparing the boxer for a match, than hitting a heavy bag that poses no threat of ever hitting back. In this case, risk is a justified means to acquiring the critical skills and timing that are impossible to attain in a “risk-free” environment.

In FRĒ FLŌ DŌ, compromising the athlete’s sense of stability and confidence is phase one. Teaching them the mindset, postures and rhythmic IPMs (Injury Preventative movement mechanics) to safely and effectively navigate the LAUNCHPAD™ is the second, in a process specifically designed to make athletes more spatially aware, relaxed and focused under pressure!

Once the fundamentals are established, a steady progression of skill-building takes athletes through an arsenal of tasks that redefine cardiovascular conditioning, functional core, upper and lower body strength, plyometrics, multi-tasking, agility, balance and footwork in a fun and engaging. Simply put, this atypical learning process rivals the short and long-term practicality of conventional wisdom by teaching athletes how to coexist with “risky” unpredictable situations via systematic exposure to them; thus making them masters, not victims, of the risk element.