Chip Smith Performance Systems

Chip Smith is recognized as the founding father of the sports performance training industry and has trained more NFL talent (over 300 current NFL players) than anyone alive. Chip is one of the foremost speed and strength experts in the world, and his proprietary training system produces unparalleled results. Having trained more than 1,000 professional athletes in nearly a dozen sports, Chip is truly a leader in his field, and one of the best in the world in his profession.

Latest in Chip Smith Performance Systems

Ditch the Sprints. Here's How to Build True Sports Speed

Stop and think: How many times have you had to run sprints in practice to improve your speed? Now ask yourself: How many times have you run a straight...

By: Chip Smith

Why Position-Specific Training is Crucial for Football Players

To improve as a player in the off-season, you have to be specific and purposeful about your training. Football players must identify specific m...

By: Chip Smith

Latest Videos in Chip Smith Performance Systems

Real Workouts: Jared Allen

NFL All-Pro defenisve end Jared Allen teams up with strength and conditioning coach Chip Smith for an intense off-season workout.

NFL Draft Prospect Andre Williams Jumps onto a 53-Inch Stack of Tires

Watch former Boston College running back Andre Williams perform plyo jumps onto a 53-inch stack of tires during his NFL Combine training at Chip Smith Performance Systems.

A Day in the Life of Pittsburgh Steelers LB Jason Worilds

Jason Worilds is on a quest to achieve greatness. See how the dynamic pass rusher is raising his game this off-season.

2014 Draft Prospect Kony Ealy Trains for the NFL

Former Missouri Tigers DE Kony Ealy preps for the NFL Combine at Chip Smith Performance Systems in Norcross, Georgia.

Former BC Running Back Andre Williams Impresses in the Gym [Check Out the 63-Inch Plyo Jump]

2013 Doak Walker winner and Heisman Trophy runner-up Andre Williams shows off his incredible strength, power and athleticism on the field and in the gym by breaking tackles and exectuing a 63-inch plyo jump at 230 pounds.