Here at FOCUS
We build a strong foundation for athletes to succeed at sports. We build customized training programs for Athletes with an innovative progressive approach enhancing attributes such as Speed, Strength and Agility for all sports. Our customized programs have been proven to help athletes get recruited and earn scholarships to the highly sought after universities and colleges.
Focus Performance was founded in 2014.
Some of our Athletes have been recruited by:
MEET OUR TEAM
COACH "E", OUR FOUNDER
Coach Angelo Ennis, also known as 'Coach E', the master trainer here at “FOCUS” , established focus in 2014. In this time he has developed many athletes. In his tenure seeing over a dozen high school athletes get scholarships to play in the NCAA. He is a 2006 graduate of Great Mills High school where Ennis won the 400-meter dash in a record-setting time of 48.3 seconds (47.7 his personal best high school 400m) and clinched his spot as the 2006 SMAC Champion. That along with his performaances in the 100, 200, 300, and 500-meter dash helped seal the deal on his NCAA Scholarship for college, and had him ranked nationally with Nike. Thereafter, he attended the university of Louisville under an athletic scholarship, and finished his career in 2011 as a scholar athlete graduate of Bowie State.
He is a NASM Certified Performance Enhancement Specialist, Weightlifting and Speed & Agility coach with NSPA. Certified in EXOS 0.10 difference that specializes in acceleration, raw speed, speed maintenance , 40yard dash training, and EXOS nutrition
Coach E established Focus Performance because of his passion for sports through his studies and experience he believes that here at FOCUS "we really can build athletes the way we want: teach them proper fundamentals, bio-mechanics,and the science of speed."
Coach Brandon Young, is a 2001 graduate of Chopticon High School and a 2006 scholar athlete graduate of the University of Connecticut. He is a certified Performance Enhancement Specialist, Weightlifting and Speed & Agility coach with NSPA. Young, was a three sport athlete at Chopticon, participating in basketball, football, and track and field. In 2001, Young won the 100 and 200 meter dash in record-setting time of 10.56 and 21.6 seconds and clinched his spot as the 2001 SMAC Champion. That along with his performances in basketball and football helped seal the deal on his NCAA Scholarship for college, and induction into the Chopticon Hall of Fame. Coach Young, spent five years at the University of Connecticut as a wide receiver. He was timed in the 40 yard dash at 4.28 seconds and awarded the teams Unsung Hero Award. Young, was offered at tryout for the Kansas City Chiefs, but unfortunately turned it down due to injuries suffered in an automobile accident.
Although, his football career came to an end, he is thankful to be given a second chance in life. Since the accident, most of his work has been geared towards the community. Through training, mentoring, and working with at risk youth and adults. Coach Young, recently established Focus Elite Sports and Mentoring.