“Raising the Bar in Your Life”
After spending 10 years chasing the Olympic dream, Mike Caza successfully high jumped 7’5 measuring 18 inches over his standing height of 5’11 making him one of a few athletes in the world to accomplish this feat. Mike realized he had acquired a lot of valuable knowledge on the ins and outs of speed, strength, power and general fitness training after being mentored by the likings of Dan Pfaff, (coach of 100 meter Olympic champion Donovan Bailey) Milt Ottey (6th place finisher in 1984 Los Angeles Olympics) and several other renown coaches during his worldwide travels. Mike wanted to share this knowledge with others to help them reach their potential whether it was an adult looking to increase strength and lose weight or an athlete that wanted to improve their speed and strength for better sports performance.
In the winter of 1998, Mike started designing the Premier training system that integrated strength and movement training to develop the “whole individual” to perform at their best. PFP training mimics the demands of sport performance and the activities of daily living so we can perform at our best whether it’s running faster in sports or keeping up with the kids as we get older. Over the next 6 years, Mike began seeing great results while putting his methods to the test and in 2004, Premier Sport Conditioning (PSC) was born then in 2018, the company rebranded and changed it’s name to Premier Fitness & Performance to better serve the clients they trained.
Today, Mike is an author, speaker and manager at Premier Fitness & Performance and in 2017, Mike was inducted into the Kent State University Hall of Fame. Mike and the team of coaches at Premier take pride in delivering the highest standard of professional training and service that exceeds our members expectations.