Jungle Athletics. Youth Sports Performance

Above: Zach Hayes SA Raiders WHL


From top Left: Shae Labbe Team Canada, UofS 3rd year; Ryan Stoynich St Mary’s University NCAA, Summer Masikewich Team Canada Captain 2018; Olson Werenka Salmon Arm Silverbacks BCHL; Neve Murray (Basketball) UofA 1st year; ; Koko Tsuzuki (Basketball) UofMc 1st year

Jungle Athletes in the News


UCLA Basketball: Cori Close lands Canadian 4-star forward Brynn Masikewich

The UCLA basketball women’s team received a commitment from Canadian U17 national player Brynn Masikewich for the 2019 recruiting class.

The 2019 recruiting class is looking very good for UCLA basketball head coach Cori Close as she added her third commitment on Wednesday. The Bruins received their first frontcourt pledge as Calgary, Alberta native Brynn Masikewich is on her way to Westwood.

Close has been doing a bang up job on the recruiting trail as the 2019 class looks to be one of the best in her tenure.

UCLA has already received commitments from two 5-star point guards who are among the 25 best according to Prospects Nation as Texan Jaden Owens and local California prospect Charisma Osborne will be in blue and gold the season after next. The Bruins bring in two talented backcourt players, but now add some height to their arsenal

So who is Masikewich?

The 6-3 forward is one hell of a low post threat that can play on both ends of the court. Last season she helped her school, Lincoln Prep, win the Ontario Scholastic Basketball Association championship but was also one of the featured players on the Canadian National U17 team.

Olympic tested methods

Our training methods were forged under the uncompromising spotlight of the Olympic games. Jungle head coach Greg Almon spent four years living and working in China helping to produce a radically new type of athlete. Exposed to the most modern training in the world, Coach Greg helped the Chinese Short track speed skating team to produce 7 gold medals at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games.  Radically change your game at the Jungle.


The Long Cut

At the Jungle we see things differently.  Rather then try yet another short cut or "bio hack" or "life hack" to get our athletes where they need to go we prefer the Long Cut. Our progressive system moves our athletes from uncoordinated 8-9 year olds to powerful and efficient athletes who play a variety of sports and play them with Violent Grace. 

There are only two options regarding commitment. You’re either IN or your OUT. There is no such thing as life in-between
— Pat Riley

Everyday Athletes

The TLA program (Train Like an Athlete) is designed for those people who want to get the most out of life.   Life is a sport, demanding physical and mental toughness. TLA Everyday Athletes dominate the sport of life!


Competitive adult athletes

Competitiveness doesn’t have to end with the final whistle of your last high school sport. There are multitudes of athletic endeavors for those who thrive off competition! Check out HPT PRO.


Youth athletes

Athletes looking to take their game to the next level need strength training. Our HPT (High Performance Training) and AF (Athletic Foundations) programs provide training options for every developmental age!