Lee Brandon, CSCS after In-Service with Administrative Staff and Physical Therapists at the NTC

 National Training Center is 
Home of the AB-Inforcer in Florida

Lee Brandon, CSCS did an in-service in Florida at the National Training Center with their select staff to showcase how the AB-Inforcer Core Biofeedback Trainer can be used as a powerful Postural Awareness, Core Training and Stretching tool in any Health Care facility.  Lee Exclaimed:  “If your in the area, you must visit this magnificent training facility.  The facility and staff are cutting edge and amazingly talented and knowledgeable!”

National Training Center

The National Training Center is a 300-acre sports, health, fitness and education campus which is unique not only throughout the state of Florida, but also throughout the world. The NTC unites world-class sports and athletic facilities with a hospital, medical office buildings, community college and four-year University. A full array of physicians, medical specialists, nurses, athletic trainers, physical therapists, exercise physiologists, exercise specialists, personal trainers, coaches, and instructors create a winning team for the individuals who work-out and train here.
The NTC Takes Fitness and Sports Training to a Whole New Level

From scientifically based research & sports science to state-of-the-art fitness center & aquatic center, track & field complex, cross-country course, multi-purpose athletic fields, and softball/baseball quadraplex, the NTC is dedicated to making a difference in the health and well-being of individuals at all athletic levels and stages of life.
If you are an athlete or team looking for the ultimate place to train the National Training Center is ideal for you. The NTC is nestled into the hills of Clermont, Florida located 20 minutes west of Orlando and only 15 minutes north of Disney, Universal, Sea World and other tourist attractions.
The NTC Staff is committed to help you reach your goals. We look forward to your visit.

Athlete Quotes

The National Training Center in Clermont, Florida is the only place that I have seen which offers a comprehensive approach to injury management and performance enhancement. The team of physical therapists works closely with the physiologist at the human performance lab to treat an injury and analyze the biomechanics that caused the injury, so not only am I able to train without interruption, but also I found my efficiency has improved dramatically. Sheila Taormina 1996, 2000, and 2004 Olympian, 2004 World Triathlon Champion

My 2005 season training began with a trip to the National Training Center in Clermont, FL in December for a re-evaluation of my back and hip. Chuck Wolf oversaw my strength and conditioning and Jack Jackson performed my physical therapy Amie was out on maternity leave). I was given a clean bill of health, some excellent physical therapy on a lingering adductor pull sustained during the Rio World Cup in November, and a new strength program that still makes my quads burn. Despite colder than normal temperatures, I was able to do quite a bit of swimming, biking and running. It is amazing how the Floridians complain when the temperature drops below 40! Joanna Zeiger-2000 Olympic Triathlon Team Member, Ironman Athlete

The Place to Be!

As a two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and Director/Medical Director of the National Training Center, it is without hesitation that I recommend the NTC as the place to train in fitness and sport.

Dot Richardson-Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist

Dr. Dot and Lee fishing and having a business chat.  “Just another day in the office” said Lee.