Lincoln Prep Strength & Speed Program

For the 2019 LP Summer Strength & Speed Camp please click here

2018–2019 Lincoln Prep Strength & Speed Program

Open to all 5th -11th grade Lincoln students

We are very excited to have the opportunity to continue our Strength & Speed program at Lincoln Prep.  Bob Davis recently completed his first full year of Strength & Speed training here at Lincoln Prep and is now holding classes throughout the school-year.

Lincoln Prep Strength & Speed Program
– Coach Davis will conduct Strength & Speed workouts for all students interested
– All workouts will take place after school on the Lincoln campus.
Weight-room hours:
Tuesday – 3:30pm-4:30pm
Wednesday -1:00pm-2:00pm
Thursday – 3:30pm-4:30pm
Cost is: $50.00/athlete per season or, $100.00/athlete for the entire year– payments should be made directly to Strength of America via check (turn into the front office or Coach Davis) or, click to pay on the SOA website. 
If you have questions about the weight room, or would like to donate funds/equipment please contact Jenn Bradley at
Questions about the Strength & Speed program contact Coach Davis at:


A quick background on Coach Davis:
Bob Davis is the Founder of Strength of America, an East Valley based program specializing in injury prevention and increased performance for young athletes. Prior to SOA, Coach Davis was a Strength & Speed Coach for the University of Nebraska.  His primary focus is on helping athletes improve overall performance. However, Coach Davis is also committed to keeping kids safe as they train and practice; to this end, SOA has become proficient in identifying potential areas of injury through their implementation of repeated testing and one-on-one athlete evaluations.  Additionally, Coach Davis focuses on nutrition and asks each athlete to start their training by completing a fuel chart and documenting how they eat and hydrate. The purpose of the fuel chart is to educate the athletes on the importance of proper diet and hydration which aids energy and recovery.
What LPA families had to say about the Summer Strength & Speed Camp…
“I think the best part of your program is that it teaches the kids at a younger age about the benefits of getting healthy and staying there.  By combining topics such as eating, resting and exercising you have given the kids a solid foundation from which to build from. Learning how to be healthy will allow them to perform better in the classroom as well on the athletic field. Your program is well rounded and I hope there are additional sessions we can consider in the future.”
Brad Newman
“My kids had a great experience with Coach Davis and Strength of America. Bob will always put the well-being and health of the athletes first so they can grow to their fullest potential. He is flexible when it comes to the needs of his athletes, and supports each athlete in their own personal endeavors.”
-Jesus Ortiz
 Head Coach – Lincoln Prep Cross-Country & Track & Field

“Strength of America(SOA) is the real deal.  SOA teaches athletes not only the importance of being in great physical condition,  but how important maintaining a proper diet is so you can train and play in harsh conditions.  I have two kids that play different sports and they both benefit greatly from Bob Davis. I would recommend SOA to anybody who has a young athlete who wants to be better!!”

Thank you Bob for the great Summer program.
Greg S. Newton
“The main thing that I learned during this program is how to have a better diet.  I learned how to balance my diet and how many meals to eat each day.  I also got better at including protein in every meal and that has helped me prevent fatigue in the heat.”
-Simone King 13 years
“I learned that when you jump and run you need to focus on pushing the ground away to gain speed and power.”
-Kayla Riggs 13 years
“I learned if you work hard it pays off!”
-Aiden Riggs
Bob Davis
Strength of America Founder since 1989
Red Mtn High Strength and Speed Coach 2012-15
Az NSCA Board Member 2012-14
University of Nebraska Strength and Speed Coach 1985-89
P: 480-219-0868
twitter:  @SOATrainer