The Flexor Training System is an instruction and conditioning program developed to help athletes maximize performance through scientifically proven advanced motor learning.

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An "in-position" instruction and conditioning program developed to help clients maximize their performance.

Welcome to FLEXOR

What distinguishes Flexor’s methodology from other training regimens is that it is sport-specific training, “in-position”; that builds a balanced base and creates new motor learning patterns. Flexor’s benefits include improving the brain/body connection, while building a more stable foundation, improving posture, increasing flexibility and strength in all of the shot process.

Flexor bridges the gap between instruction and the ability to perform at optimum efficiency. Flexor offers a baseline physical evaluation and testing program as well as online instruction and multimedia lesson plans.

Train 3 times a week for 15 minutes a session and see immediate improvements in your anchor point, draw length, follow through and overall performance.


and only sport-specific motor learning program


Flexor represents a synthesis of sports science, research, and information that distinguishes us from other organizations. In our sports movement and research programs, we work in close cooperation with other researchers, research institutions, local and national federations based both in the United States and abroad. 

The research is aimed at developing effective strategies and measure to improve the performance of athletes in their respective levels of competition.

The program focuses on three main areas in which specific, scientific understanding is essential. Along with the “human” element of athletic performance, Flexor is poised to create a model of training unique to individual sports. 


Hold the roll near one end with both hands so your arms and the roll form a straight line. 

This is a two-part move. The first is a rotation to the right as you maintain the body-arm-roll relationship. 

The sec­ond part is cocking the wrists up, as you would a golf club. The right arm can bend, but keep the left arm straight so it forms a right angle with the roll.

Hold for five seconds; perform five repetitions on either side.