ATTACK SPORTS is re-defining athlete development within our local community by bringing together honest, industry-leading enthusiastic coaches/instructors for the purpose of educating families, parents and young athletes.
ATTACK SPORTS allows young athletes to cross train while exploring and reaching their full potential within the sport(s) they choose and love. By participating in multi-sports, athletes ultimately become physically literate which enhances the athletes chosen sport once they become dedicated to one discipline.
INDUSTRY-LEADING. INNOVATIVE. INSPIRING
ATTACK SPORTS helps to ensure young athletes have the ability to choose which sport THEY want to compete in and connect families/athletes with dedicated, honest enthusiastic coaches within our local community. By developing healthy (both physically and mentally), capable and resilient young athletes, ATTACK SPORTS is leading the charge in developing young athletes who are both physically literate and active members of our society.
OUR 'ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT' TEAM
At ATTACK SPORTS you will find honest industry-leading instructors and coaches who truly care about developing the 'whole' athlete. Our athlete development team helps to build a pathway for all young athletes by integrating Physical, Mental, Technical, Nutritional and Leadership components to become a successful athlete in and out of their discipline.
ATTACK SPORTS’ takes the approach of developing community coaches, parents and athletes. We advocate the importance of non-specialization at a young age, which has been proven to lower the risk of burnout, decrease injuries and ultimately keep young athletes staying active and playing sports.
At ATTACK SPORTS we are constantly creating a continuous learning environment where well-rounded athletes can thrive within any sport and continue along the path of life-long physical activity.
#137 - 4800 104th Avenue
"I started out playing Basketball. During my U15 competitive season someone saw me playing soccer for fun and asked me to give soccer a try. The rest is history."
Former FC Edmonton (NASL)
Trinidad and Tobago National Team Player (2001-2009)