ABOUT CSP

One-stop shop for comprehensive development for athletes of all ages and levels of experience.

A Facility Built for Athletes by Athletes

INTRODUCTION

For almost 17 years, Cressey Sports Performance-Florida has grown into a full-featured training destination designed to empower athletes of all ages and disciplines.

We are dedicated to fostering a supportive environment where individuals can achieve their full potential.

Whether you’re a seasoned competitor, a weekend warrior, or just starting your athletic journey, CSP provides the tools and guidance you need to succeed.

Empowering Athletes of All Levels

INTRODUCTION

Over the last 17 years, Cressey Sports Performance-Florida has grown into a full-featured training destination designed to empower athletes of all ages and disciplines.

We are dedicated to fostering a supportive environment where individuals can achieve their full potential.

Whether you’re a seasoned competitor, a weekend warrior, or just starting your athletic journey, CSP-Florida provides the tools and guidance you need to succeed.

Unmatched Training Environment

Our Facility

Our Facility

Our state-of-the-art facility boasts a spacious 10,000+ square foot indoor strength training area. This expansive environment allows us to tailor our programs to your specific needs and goals.

We also have 4 open air batting cages and 3 dirt mounds. Additionally, we have a full pro-size baseball field and turf agility field that is adjacent to our gym and available for our athletes to use on a daily basis.

Additionally, CSP-Florida prioritizes athlete well-being. On-site manual therapy and physical therapy services are available to help you prevent injuries and recover effectively.

Miles Mikolas,
St. Louis Cardinals

CSP is more than just a gym. It’s almost like being on another team during the offseason; I feel the same sense of camaraderie.

Marci Lord,

Mother of 16YO Athlete

We’ve relied heavily on wisdom CSP offers and our last few years with the team have been nothing short of a blessing. Forever grateful!

Ed Hickey,
Waterskiing Hall-of-Famer

At 72, I feel like I move better than ever. I wish I had discovered CSP years ago and used them for performance and injury prevention.

Tammy Kenny
Mother of 15yo Athlete

CSP is a huge part of our son’s baseball family. His pain disappeared, his pitching mechanics & velocity drastically improved!

AJ Ramos,

MLB All-Star Pitcher

One stop shop! Prepare your body and sharpen your skills, while working with great people guiding you through the process.

STEVE CISHEK, RETIRED
13 YRS MLB SERVICE TIME

After 12+ years with CSP and their unparalelled expertise, I can say without hesitation that this is a game-changer for athletes.

Over 16 years of industry-leading experience

The CSP-Florida Team

Fueled by a passion to help athletes reach their full potential, the CSP team takes pride in our approach and methodology.

Follow us on Instagram

Follow us on Instagram

Every day is arm (care) day 💪💯 #cspfamily
Getting after it 💪👊 #cspfamily
Another #MLBDraft in the books! Congratulations to the 12 new affiliated professional players from the #cspfamily. That makes 251 players drafted since 2012 - with free agent signings still to come! Thanks for all your hard work - and for having us along for the ride.💪
Coach @ykahook shows us a common exercise our athletes tend to struggle with and how to correct it 💯

The KB Goblet Slideboard Lateral Lunge is an advanced progression of the lateral lunge that uses a slideboard to create an unstable surface and increases eccentric load. In some ways, depending on the program of the athlete, it can be used as regression to help teach staying stacked and keeping correct form.

Variations of the lateral lunge stick to the same principles as the video seen here. The most important takeaway on lateral lunges is keeping the entire body stacked.

Stay up to date by following our page, as more instructional content is coming! #cspfamily #foryou #fyp
How #CSP athletes get through Mondays… 💪#cspfamily ➡️➡️
Having a day 💯🫡 #cspfamily #foryou
Flexing on a Friday 😎 #cspfamily #foryou
A popular workout seen here at #CSP - Dead Bugs

Dead Bugs are utilized for coordination, anti-extension and core stability.  They help the athlete address the relationship of the ribcage and the pelvis. While there are many variations available, each of them shares the same goal of keeping the back flat against the ground.

Some of the variations, such as wall press or core-engaged, can be added to further train nuance of ribcage and pelvis position. 

For example, in the wall press variation we’re forcing control of the overhead reach, further emphasizing control of the ribcage as the athlete reaches overhead through shoulder flexion, making sure not the allow the ribs to flair.

More variations to come in the near future!
#cspfamily #deadbug #foryou
Become your own best advocate 💯💪 #cspfamily #tuesdaythoughts #wednesdaywisdom #foryou
Split Stance Savagery 😤 📸 #cspfamily
Big congrats to @lips_34 on a very impressive MLB debut! 4IP, 1R, 3H, 7K, 0BB - and surely more big league success to come! Tyler has been #cspfamily since 2014, so he joins an esteemed group of CSP athletes who have trained with us as both high schoolers and big leaguers.👏
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Weekend Warriors 🤙💪 #cspfamily

Free Access to Eric’s 47-Minute UNE Lecture

Hip-Shoulder Separation in Rotational Athletes: Making Sense of the Thoracic Spine.

Welcome to Cressey Sports Performance

Over the years, Eric Cressey’s given this lecture to more than 10,000 coaches, players, sports medicine professionals and enthusiasts and it’s been a huge hit. In the video, you will observe a lot of our CSP athletes training and learn:

  • Why different athletes need different approaches to power development?

  • Why it’s essential that you learn to train outside the sagittal plane?
  • Which medicine ball and plyometric variations I use with baseball players?
  • Why not all throwers have identical deceleration patterns or training needs?

  • How your arm care programs can be improved to reduce the risk of injury and improve throwing velocity?