Better Every DayPLT4M offers a complete approach to fitness education and athletic performance training, built exclusively for middle & high schools.Request a demoOur PhilosophyWe’re Here to HELP: Our Fitness MissionThe honest motivation behind PLT4M’s solution is one of empowerment. We seek to offer our complete support to any who need it, in any way we possibly can. Follow our curriculum to a T, or pick and choose what works best for you!Our content is open source, making us a partner to all of our participating coaches, teachers, and student-athletes. We hope to create a collaborative online community of educators and athletes. Our end-goal is to improve the lives of all of our members.IT’S ALL ABOUT BALANCE: THE PLT4M METHODOLOGYWe believe in a holistic approach to instilling lifelong fitness and improving athletic performance. Want a better football player, volleyball player, track athlete, or healthier student in general? The answer is far from complicated. Develop a mastery of the basics and help all become the best, well-rounded version of themselves.IT’S ALL ABOUT BALANCE: THE PLT4M METHODOLOGYWhen it comes to overall, life-long, fitness, balance is ever the key. Strength can stave off decrepitude, but conditioning can fight chronic disease, while mobility can prevent injury. All fields of fitness play a part of the full equation and nothing exists as “most important” to a healthy lifestyle. Thus, we teach and train it all.IT’S ALL ABOUT BALANCE: THE PLT4M METHODOLOGYWithin competitive athletics, as well, we believe that consistent development of total body Power, Control, & Capacity benefits every athlete. While many espouse the importance of “sport-specific” training, we believe that for high school athletes, the physiological demands are far more universal.IT’S ALL ABOUT BALANCE: THE PLT4M METHODOLOGYMore importantly, 99% of the population we work with cannot be classified as any sort of specialist. An overwhelming majority plays more than one sport or is engaged in multiple extracurricular physical activities. On top of that, most of them have little-to-no foundation of general fitness upon which to specialize. Not only would trying to juggle hundreds of different students across dozens of different programs on any given day throughout the year be a logistical nightmare, it also yields less powerful results.IT’S ALL ABOUT BALANCE: THE PLT4M METHODOLOGYAbove all else, though, they are just kids. Their performance within a high school sport or activity is of FAR less importance than the development of lifelong fitness and health.Our ProcessPLT4M is a curriculum built around progression and planning. We believe in setting common foundations, progressing students through a holistic education into specific fitness tracks that allow them to realize their fullest potential, all while recognizing that no two individuals are the same.EDUCATIONEvery single student begins with a comprehensive education of the “basics”. Everyone learns proper movement mechanics, develops a foundational work capacity, and builds a baseline level of total body strength. All the while, each and every student cultivates a strong sense of self-awareness that motivates and directs training throughout their career and into life beyond high school.PROGRESSIONAfter setting the foundation, we allow students to classify their training. Are they actively looking to improve performance within a given sport? Or are they simply looking to be the best version of themselves and live a long, healthy life? Depending on either motivation, we further classify by personal schedules and taste. Is the athlete in season? Does the student wish to focus on strength or capacity? There is something for everyone.PERSONALIZATIONThroughout it all, we personalize for every student. Within each and every set, movement, day, program – we build in the flexibility of scaling, modification, and substitution. Athletes will know how and when to adjust any workout or any given set to best suit their abilities.PLT4M ProgramsWe have 4 different “levels” of programs. These levels have specific goals and aims that define which programs belong where. This gives our user insight into which programs are right for which kids based on their experience with training.L4 – Advanced ProgramsView CoursesL3 – Training ProgramsView CoursesL2 – Developmental ProgramsView CoursesL1 – Introductory Movement & Capacity ProgramsView Coursesmeet the team Sam Breslin Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer Director of Performance, CSCS, CF-L1The original mind behind our training philosophy and programming. Former D-1 athlete, former Wellness teacher and current High School Coach. Max Isaak Head Performance CoachPLT4M’s bearded wonder & master coach. In charge of all things teaching. Lindsay MacDonald Performance CoachLindsay started out as our 'office ninja' and has become the face of our introductory programs, pillar videos, and remote content! Jackie Wogan Director of Customer Success | Performance CoachJackie started as a demo athlete, took on a full time role as Director of Customer Success, and now has come full circle to help coach and teach many of our introductory programs and demo videos! Lulu Emmons Yoga InstructorThe author and coach behind the PLT4M Yoga Program! When Lulu is not flowing through yoga, she is coaching high school swimming! Rebecca Toutant MA, RDN, LDN, CDERebecca is a registered dietitian, personal trainer, and certified diabetes educator living and working in the Boston area. She is the expert behind all of PLT4M's nutritional resources. Geoff Leard Performance Coach, CFL2The consummate competitor. Leads the way in all things competition and mental toughness. Greg Hadley Demo Athlete, Performance Coach, USAWEver the coach. Greg spends every day building better athletes on and off the field. Sean Tully Performance Coach, CFL2Big Sean Tully was a former Tennis Standout at Marist, and is the staff mobility expert. Terrance Turner Speed and Agility SpecialistAn All-Big-Ten wide receiver at Indiana University, Terrance went on to play in the NFL for the Philadelphia Eagles, and later coach at the D1 and D3 levels of the NCAA. Terrance now currently owns and operates his athlete performance training business, Turner Sports Training.