Randy Perine is currently in his 24th year as a speed and agility instructor and is the founder of ADP (Athletic Development Program). Randy works with athletes of all sports and has helped improve not only speed and agility, but the overall ability of the athletes he trains. Perine suggests, “With proper footwork and improvement of leg and ankle strength, athletes become athletically balanced.” Under Perine’s tutelage, Nolan Rogers improved his 60 yard dash time by .26 tenths of a second in two weeks and helped him receive interest from Division 1 colleges around the country. “I was two weeks away from attending an Area Code baseball camp in which college scouts from all over the country would attend,” said Rogers. “Shane Stout, my summer league coach had heard that my 60 yard dash time was a concern at the last camp I attended, and I had just two weeks to improve my skills. After speaking with Coach Perine and him showing me how to advance my technique, I was able to improve my 60 yard dash in that short time frame. Coach Perine helped shave even more time off the event and improved my showing at a Super 60 baseball camp this past winter in Chicago, Illinois.”
Randy is a native of Bloomington, Indiana and a graduate of Bloomington South High School, where he excelled in Football and Track. His ability propelled him to Kent State University where he studied and received his degree in Sports Marketing and Corporate Fitness. He has devoted his time to train students of all sports to become better athletes. “You need to stay a step ahead of the competition. Agility and quickness training improves an athletes ability to perform sport specific skills with speed and dexterity. My structured sessions will benefit all athletes from second grade through High School. The exercises that we perform will not only keep the body in control, but help you change directions quicker and improve footwork in your sport” said Perine.
Randy is in his 10th year of instruction with Diamond Dynamics and we are fortunate to have him as a part of our staff. He will continue to help advance our students to the next level of athletic play.