About the founder

My name is Antone Wilson and I’m a 30 year old former football coach. I’ve always had a passion for sports and, in particular, football. I was fortunate enough to play college football and, although it was a challenging and physically demanding sport, I loved every minute of it. Unfortunately, I suffered three ACL tears during my playing career, which ultimately led to my decision to retire from the game.

After my playing days were over, I decided to focus on helping other athletes reach their full potential. I got into sports performance training, working with collegiate athletes and helping them improve their strength, speed, and overall performance. I also became a certified strength and conditioning specialist, which allowed me to gain a deeper understanding of the human body and how it performs at its best.

In addition to my work in sports performance training, I also had the opportunity to run numerous health and wellness facilities throughout the country. I enjoyed helping people of all ages and abilities achieve their health and fitness goals, and I was able to apply the knowledge and skills I had gained as a coach and athlete to this work.

As I continued to learn and grow in my career, I decided to pursue an MBA to further enhance my business skills and knowledge. I also saw an opportunity to combine my passion for sports performance with my interest in biotechnology, and I developed a system called the ‘Hyperspeed Performance System’. This system combines the latest advances in biotechnology with high performance training techniques to help athletes achieve their best results.

Overall, my career in sports and health and wellness has been extremely rewarding and I am grateful for the opportunities Iv’e  had to make a positive impact on the lives of others. I hope to continue to make a difference in the lives of athletes and individuals looking to improve their health and performance for many years to come.

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