Youth Sports

specialized programming and training


What is it and When?

Sports performance testing once a month (Saturdays) and training every week!


Kadalyst Wellness and Physical Therapy (Inside Prime Monterey)
191 Lighthouse Ave. Suite B
Monterey, CA 93940
(Parking on street or in the back in designated “Prime” spots)

Time slots

8am – 1 pm (sat)

Date and Time

Saturday, December 7th: 10am – 1 pm

​What you’ll get

Strength, agility, and power data with an explanation of how this is relevant to you and your sport
Guidance in biomechanics from two highly experienced coaches
Training plans geared towards improving your numbers and making you a better athlete* (subject to additional cost)
Train with guided 1-on-1 coaching for 30-60 minutes sessions* (subject to additional costs)

Each athlete will have a one hour time slot to complete testing.

“Appropriately designed resistance training programmes may reduce sports-related injuries, and should be viewed as an essential component of preparatory training programmes for aspiring young athletes. “

Lloyd RS, Faigenbaum AD, Stone MH, et al. Position statement on youth resistance training: the 2014 International Consensus. Br J Sports Med. 2014;48(7):498-505.

Kadalyst Sports Performance Testing and Training 2019

Dr. Nathan Kadlecek, PT

Doctor of Physical Therapy

I am a graduate of Columbia University in New York City where I obtained my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. I received my bachelors of science in Exercise Science from Harding University in Arkansas.

I’ve been training people to maximize their performance for over seven years and it’s been an absolute privilege to watch people excel in their sport due to proper and consistent training principles. I am looking forward to working with you, testing you, and helping you achieve elite performance!

The picture to the top left is me competing in a powerlifting competition and the bottom left is back in college when I was punting for Harding.

Steve Hare, PTA

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

I have been a certified strength and conditioning coach for 12 years and have trained many youth athletes with tremendous reward. I currently am working at Stanford pediatric orthopedics in Sunnyvale and have further expanded my knowledge of training the youth athlete.

I have been working in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy for over 30 years and my true passion is working with youth athletes. I had the privilege of coaching basketball to girls and boys ages 10 to 18 and after 10 years of coaching I decided I needed to apply my knowledge from physical therapy and help the youth with improving their strength and performance.

The evidence is there to suggest if we teach the youth population the why and how of strength training two important things would happen: 1. Improvement in performance and 2. improvement in their health.

I am incredibly excited to bring this expertise to the Monterey Peninsula and join my good friend Nate to help improve the health of both our youth and adult communities.

If your son, daughter, or athlete doesn’t know what their numbers are, how are they supposed to track improvement?

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