Perfect Performance Strength & Speed Academy is focused on developing the speed, agility, quickness, footwork and explosive power of our athletes.
After training in our programs your athlete will be stronger and faster than his/her competition. Our comprehensive programs, clinics, and camps will focus on the specific training listed below:
- Flexibility, Stability, and Mobility
- Core Strength & Stability
- Explosive Power
- Absolute Strength
- Acceleration/Deceleration Running Mechanics
- Agility/Quickness/Footwork Mechanics
Chad Ward is a certified personal trainer and corrective exercises specialist through The National Academy of Sports Medicine.
Chad Grew up in Sterling, Virginia where he was a dual sport athlete. As a 4-year varsity football and varsity lacrosse athlete, Chad earned himself a scholarship to play NCAA Division II lacrosse at St. Andrews University in North Carolina. After 2 years at St Andrews, Chad chose to continue his education at West Virginia University. Chad graduated from WVU with a Bachelors of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies.
Chad has had a life long passion for sports and training. He earned positions on varsity for both football and lacrosse as a freshman. Leading to earning a scholarship to play lacrosse at St. Andrews University.
Chad’s exercise programs are designed using science along with experience as an athlete, strength coach, personal trainer and rehab tech. He coaches and trains using a variety of methods such as Olympic lifts and foam rollers to a wide range of clients, from youth to professional athletes.
Alex grew up in Salem, Virginia where he attended Salem High School. Alex was a 3 year letterman in both football and basketball. For basketball, Alex received All-District honors and helped lead his team to win the 2013 State Championship. As for Football, he was an All-State Selection both his junior and senior year. Following his Senior season he committed to play Division 1 Football at the University of Richmond.
While at the University of Richmond, Alex went on to play in 44 games with 39 consecutive starts. While at Richmond Alex started at Right Tackle, Left Tackle, and Left Guard. In his Senior Season Alex was named 1st Team CAA, and an FCS 3rd Team All-American.
Following his college career, Alex pursued a career in the NFL. Alex went undrafted to the Green Bay Packers where he saw action in 16 games from 2018-2019. He then went to the Dallas Cowboys.