Performance Systems

Where an athlete becomes a champion.

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At Oxford Performance Systems our experienced staff creates athletic success by providing the programming and coaching needed. Each athlete begins with a full assessment with an extremely thorough process, including an orthopedic evaluation, movement screen, and performance measures. The coaches then use proven, research-based modalities to create programs that optimize movement, build strength, increase explosiveness, and condition the athlete by taking into account the metabolic demands of the sport. All programs train the entire body and include each of strength and conditioning’s components.

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Meet Our Coach

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Terry Grossetti

Oxford Performance Systems Director

Terry has seen a great deal of success as a private sector strength coach in the past 11 years. He founded and also serves as the director of training at Grossetti Performance, which is located in New Castle, PA. Since 2014, Grossetti and his staff have worked with more than 3,000 athletes, including 10 football players that were drafted and an additional 100 athletes that signed undrafted free agent contracts with NFL teams.  Grossetti Performance has grown to one of the most recognizable brands in the Sports Performance world and currently working with clients from all backgrounds.

Prior to opening his own company, Grossetti spent two years as the Director of Sports Performance at Power Train Sports in Wexford, Pa., and one year as a Performance Coach at the House of Speed in Youngstown, Ohio and Rochester, NY. He has worked directly under Steve Saunders (Baltimore Ravens Head Strength & Conditioning Coach), Anthony Piroli (Tampa Bay Buccaneers Head Strength & Conditioning Coach) Pete Bommarito (Owner of Bommarito Performance Systems, Miami, Fla.) and Travelle Gaines (Athletic Gaines). Grossetti is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA and received his Bachelor’s degree from Slippery Rock University in 2009.

Unique to the industry,  Terry has also been a collegiate Head Strength coach as well at the Division 1 & 2 levels for 6 seasons.  He has also been featured in articles ESPN, Fox Sports and has made appearances speaking at dozens of local colleges and high schools on Strength & Conditioning and other areas pertaining to it.

A former 3 sport star at Shenango High School (New Castle) he initially attended Liberty University on a Football sch but transferred to local, Slippery Rock University.  Grossetti played in 33 games for Slippery Rock from 2006-08 at wide receiver for former SRU Head Coach George Mihalik. He finished his career with 98 receptions, 1,307 yards and 15 touchdowns. He ranks eighth in Slippery Rock history in career touchdown receptions, 15th in total receptions and 17th in receiving yards. Upon graduation, Grossetti had various NFL try outs and played in the Arena Football league for two years.

“I’ve been very fortunate in my life to do what I love and I’m excited to use my passion to help create a successful training system inside of such a prestigious and well known facility, like Oxford Club”

What is sport-specific training?

Specificity isn’t about simulating or recreating on-the-field movements in the gym. Instead, it means analyzing the biomechanics of a particular activity, strengthening the affected areas, and training relevant energy systems. Our programs start by establishing base levels of acceptable movement and general strength. Once general strength is sufficient athletes move into more “specific” training. Sport-specific training often resembles a sport’s biomechanics more closely. Most importantly, it addresses parts of the body that must be strong in addition to those that are susceptible to injury. 

Claim your complimentary evaluation today!

Contact us today and we'll schedule a complimentary evaluation with one of our premium Sports Performance Trainers. This session will provide insight into your current abilities and develop a recommended path of training that is customized for each athlete. Whether your child is 12 years old and learning to play a variety of sports or you are an experienced athlete who is recovering from a sports-related injury, we have the knowledge, the equipment, and the science to help you perform your best on and off the field or court. Improved mobility, agility, and confidence can all be yours with OAC Sports Performance.

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