It is easy to find a male coach when looking for a specialist in strength and conditioning. And with the demand growing for additional sports performance training outside of organized team trainings, we want to ensure our young women have a place to train and work alongside a coach that they feel they can connect with. Many female athletes feel more comfortable having physiological conversations specific to girls and women with a female coach as they may involve personal topics such as female athlete triad and how that can impact their bone density and injury risk. At Milwaukee Movement, we also recognize that many of our athletes are in the beginning stages of sports performance training where they are looking to develop a solid movement foundation. Our athletic trainer approaches each athlete with a warm welcome and an endearing smile as she understands it is traditionally intimidating to enter into a new environment where many of the training patterns and movements are being attempted for the first time.

Along with providing the care expected of all athletic trainers, we approach each session and the athletes it includes with compassion recognizing that there are other dynamics outside of training that impact the performance process. Whether that be a bad day at school, playing poorly over the weekend, giving an incredible presentation, or getting a promotion, we want to approach each situation with genuine care so that no matter how you came into Milwaukee Movement, you are leaving changed for the better.

Female Athlete

Milwaukee Movement has given our 11 year old daughter the edge she needs to achieve her athletic goals. Aure started with Rhianna in July 2022, and has consistently been going to sessions 1-2 times per week and doing her fusionetics app at home for recovery, stability and injury prevention. Rhianna motivates Aure to work harder, promotes a positive body image and has given her incredible confidence on and off the field. Rhianna’s great energy and attitude is contagious and makes training fun and challenging. The picture of Aure at the USA Youth Futsal Nationals was taken in July, and the other picture was taken at an ECNL event in St. Louis in March 2023. She has the confidence to not only achieve results with her team, but in this photo is playing against kids that are two years older...and holding her own! Aure is experiencing less injuries, and we’ve seen an incredible improvement in her explosive speed since starting with Milwaukee Movement. We look forward to continuing year round with Rhianna and love being part of the Milwaukee Movement!
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