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Over the last ten years, Tommy Sienkowski has been working in the fitness industry leading individuals down the path of health and wellness. Tommy has trained hundreds of clients ranging from middle school to high school/college athletes. Holding certifications as a certified strength and conditioning specialist, coupled with his own experience as a high school and college athlete, Tommy was the perfect fit to lead the YMCA Sports Performance Center.

  •  Bachelor of Science, Health Science
  • Certified. Strength. Conditioning. Specialist
  • Precision Nutrition Level 1-2 Certified
  • CPR/First Aidcertified 


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  •  Bachelors of Science - Exercise Science (SCSU)
  •  ICYA Speed and Agility Specialist 
  •  ICYA Youth Nutrition Specialist 
  •  Division II Collegiate Soccer at Southern Connecticut State University
  •  USSF National E Liscensed Coach (Soccer)
  •  Becoming Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist (2019)



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  • Certified Medical Assistant through the National Health Care Association
  •  Certified Electronic Health Records Specilist 
  •  First Aid Certified through the American Heart Association
  •  Basic Life Support Certified through the American Heart Association 



SUMMER SCHEDULE (7/1 to 8/23)

HOW IT WORKS – Each week participating athletes will train five days in a row (Monday to Friday). Each athlete will be provided their own program customized their needs and will be coached in a group setting. Each program will include days built in for recovery. By training 5 days in a row athletes are better able to learn recovery strategies and understand their importance.


  • Pre-season Prep
  • Speed
  • Maximal Strength
  • Agility
  • Recovery Strategies
  • Nutrition Habits
  • Power (Acceleration & Deceleration)

Sign up for 3 Weeks and Get the 4th Week FREE! Expires June 1, 2019


PICK YOUR WEEK (Choose as many as you want)
Week 1 — July 1 to 5
Week 2— July 8 to 12
Week 3— July 15 to 19
Week 4— July 22 to 26
Week 5— July 29 to August 2
Week 6— August 5 to 9
Week 7— August 12 to 16
Week 8— August 19 to 23

PICK YOUR TIME (Time can change for each week)
10:00-10:45 am
11:00 -11:45 am
2:00-2:45 pm
3:00-3:45 pm
4:00-4:45 pm
5:00-5:45 pm
6:00-6:45 pm
7:00-7:45 pm

Visit to register online (Keyword: SPC) or contact Membership Services at 860-628-5597 to register over the phone

PRICING (Price per week)

  • Full Member $50
  • Program Member $100
  • Non-Members $110



SPRING SCHEDULE (4/1 to 6/30)


Click Here to Register Online (keyword: spc) Check out the Spring flyer.

Want to have your athlete get the best training during the Spring offseason? Sign up for our Spring sports performance training program.

Spring Programming - April 1 to June 30

1 Month - Twice a Week
Full Members: $100
Program Members: $150
Non-Members: $200

3 Months - Twice a Week
Full Members: $250
Program Members: $300
Non-Members: $350

1 Month - Unlimited
Full Members: $200
Program Members: $250
Non-Members: $300

3 Months - Unlimited
Full Members: $500
Program: $550
Non-Members: $600

Prices for Spring 2019 Season



  • Stability
  • Mobility 
  • Jumping skills
  • Reactive speed
  • Explosiveness
  • Rhythm
  • Body control
  • Conditioning 
  • Acceleration/Deceleration 
  • Nutrition Habits
  • Sleep Rituals



  • Increased confidence
  • Improved athletic performance
  • Improved ability to learn new skills
  • Injury prevention
  • Nutrition essential
  • Recovery strategies


Better Athletes | Better Players | Better TEAM

Better Athletes | Better Players | Better TEAM

Team/Group Sessions Available!

Minimum 6 athletes and maximum 12 athletes

1 Month- 3 days a week ($960) | 1 Month- 2 days a week ($640)


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SPC Rules, Regulations, and Cancellation Policy

Facility and Cancellation Policy

You must call 24hrs in advance to move a training session. Sessions can be made up within 4 weeks from the start date. If you have signed up for the full session you have that time period to make up sessions. Scheduling conflicts can be addressed with SPC director. Payment must be made at front desk before the start of the next training session. Athletes will not be allowed to participate if they are not in the scheduling software. No refunds, credits will be given. Mid phase sign-ups are allowed.

Behavior standards
YMCA Sports Performance Center is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all of our athletes and staff members. To ensure safety and comfort for all, we ask athletes to act appropriately at all times during training. Athletes are expected to behave in a mature and responsible way and respect the rights and dignity of others. Any inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated and may result in suspension or removal from the program.

- 1st Warning - A verbal warning will be issued and the athlete will be reminded of the athlete Behavior Standards.

- 2nd Warning - A meeting with the Unit Director will take place to discuss the incidents and written warning will be issued. A phone call home will be made in addition to the written report

- 3rd Warning – A parent meeting will be setup with the SPC Director informing them of the inappropriate behavior and to discuss the incidents. A plan of correction action will be formed; this may include suspension or removal from training.

YMCA Guidelines
All athletes are expected to be caring, honest, respectful and responsible while at the SPC. - All athletes will listen to and follow directives/instructions that are given by all staff members. - SPC is an electronic free zone; this includes cell phones, ipods, and video games. If electronics come to SPC, they must remain safely stored in the coat closet. Remember the YMCA is not responsible for the loss or damage of any personal item.

Popper athletic attire must be worn at all times- no jeans, no spaghetti strap or tube tops. Athletic shoes must be worn.


Rules and Regulations for the Sports Performance Center...

  1. Safety First!
  2. Wear proper attire: Clean, Athletic Clothing, and Sneakers
  3. Store all belongings in the coat closet
  4. No horseplay, loud or offensive language
  5. No food, gum, glass, or can in the SPC
  6. Re-Rack all weights and dumbbells
  7. Report all injuries SPC Coaches
  8. No Cell Phone or Headphone use while training
  9. Always use Common Sense
  10. Be Aware of other Athletes in the SPC
  11. Athletes should not be training without any Supervision
  12. Leave the SPC Center Clean and Neat
  13. Observing training sessions must be cleared with the SPC Director or under Special Circumstances
  14. Don't be Afraid to ask for help and HAVE FUN!