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Tristan Turner

Bachelors degree in Kinesiology /

Tristan grew up in Stillwater, MN and attended Stillwater Area High School. Tristan played four years of varsity lacrosse at Stillwater and was a starter for three years, winning the Suburban East Conference championship in 2010. After high school Tristan played at North Dakota State University for two years and was part of NDSU’s first MCLA National Tournament appearance in 2011 and 2013.

After attending NDSU for two years, Tristan decided to pursue a certificate in Advanced Massage Therapy and an Associate’s Degree in Personal Training at St. Paul Community College. After graduating St. Paul College, Tristan continued to pursue his passion for fitness, wellness and sports by attending the University of Northwestern – St. Paul. While attending UNW Tristan played two years for their DIII lacrosse team as a starting defender and was named a captain his senior year as well as defensive MVP. He graduated from UNW in 2019 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology on the All-Conference Academic team.

Tristan now coaches at Hill-Murray for the boys varsity lacrosse team, and also coaches with MN SELECT.

 

TRAINING PHILOSOPHY

Our number one goal with LTC Strength is to provide a welcoming, educational and challenging environment for our athletes to progress towards their individual fitness goals! All experience levels are welcome. Just bring a positive attitude and a willingness to work!

Often, high school athletes are not instructed on how to effectively train for athletic performance. Our LTC Strength program is perfect for beginners or experienced lifters looking to improve their performance on the lacrosse field. With a focus on education, speed development, functional strength, mobility, flexibility, and nutrition, any athlete will benefit from our LTC Strength program!

Our LTC Strength program follows a progressive template, with 3 training sessions per week. Athletes will first create a foundation of strength to build upon. As the weeks go by, training will progress, and introduce different training techniques. Progress for each athlete will be tracked along the way!

Each session will have no more than 15 athletes present. This allows our strength coaches to properly maintain social distancing, instruct each athlete, as well as create a competitive, fun, and supportive environment! First come, first serve!

STRUCTURE

Format:

7-week session, beginning on Jan. 11th and running through Feb. 26th. Training will be three days per week, on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays. Individual training sessions will run 1 hour in length.

Training Dates:

  • Monday 4:00 - 5:00pm
  • Wednesday 4:00 - 5:00pm
  • Friday 4:00pm - 5:00pm

All Sessions will be held at the Loons Training Center 1633 Terrace, Roseville MN 55113

PROGRAM PRICING

  • $375 for 21 sessions
    • Only $18 per session!
  • 60-minute sessions
  • Every session is personally instructed by a coach
  • Progressive training model
  • Sessions are capped at 15 athletes per session
    • First come first serve!