SCHERTZ — BSA Sports Lab workouts represent a perfect formula built on balance, strength and athleticism, operators say.
Business partners Jeremy Walden and Jarveon Williams strive to help people reach their physical-fitness goals.
The BSA name forms a triangle, Walden noted — “B,” the base, denotes balance; the two sides are strength and athleticism, he said.
Sharing the cavernous Stars Athletic Complex, 17975 Interstate 35 North (just south of the SAS Shoes), BSA is poised to soon relocate to its own home behind the location.
Walden said he started by “offering outdoor classes and training around the Universal City area in 2015, eventually moving the same classes to the Schertz area, also outdoors, and finally, taking the plunge with the indoor, brick-and-mortar route, where we are now.”
He studied kinesiology at Troy University in Alabama, and earned certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine and the National Strength and Conditioning Association, plus credentials in the fields of performance enhancement and nutrition.
“We are not a traditional gym,” Walden said. “We work with some clients as young as 7 years old, and we also have a few who are NFL players.”
About 80% are under 18, he noted.
“Our specialty is strength and conditioning, but with the younger kids, we work on movement more than resistance, and we use lighter weights,” he added.
Trainers focus first on coordination, and then incrementally work on increasing speed, he said.
BSA conducts some 20-25 sessions a week in an 11,000-square-foot space, starting at 5:30 a.m. with final workouts at 7:30 p.m.
Hours vary; the site is closed on Sundays.
BSA Sports Lab
17975 Interstate 35 North (Building C) in Schertz
For more, call 210-420-6226 or www.thebsasportslab.com/