NE Schools

The following schools are implementing the program:


Alliance

Banner County

Bridgeport

Chadron

Gering

Gordon-Rushville

Mitchell




Human Performance Project

Human Performance Project in Nebraska

Human Performance Project Summer Session for high school students and coaches, administrators, and sponsors July 18 & 19, 2017 at Chadron State College. $325 per person which includes 

2 nights lodging, training materials, & 6 meals. Register: https://hppchadronstatecollege.eventbrite.com.



Human Performance Project Elite Coaches Clinic will be held at Chadron State College on July 20, 2017 from 9-4.  This training is for college coaches. Cost is $275  per person, includes training materials and lunch. Register www.apshumanperformance.com.

Human Performance Project

What is the Human Performance project?

Human Performance Project in Nebraska is an all-school wellness initiative focused on healthy living and optimal performance.  Based on the Life of an Athlete program, this program promotes science-based information regarding nutrition, sleep, stress, drugs and alcohol.  Students learn how to be and perform at their best.

Who is John Underwood? 

John Underwood is the Director/ Founder of American Athletic Institute- Life of an Athlete-Pure Performance- Human Performance Project.

FAQ's

Contact Monument Prevention 308-632-7176 for further information.

How do we get started implementing Human Performance Project?

    It starts with 5 Easy Phases

You can implement one or more steps per year.  It depends on your school's readiness for a positive change in all aspects of your school.

             5 Phases



Human Performance Project

"Human Performance Project provides a common sense, workable model for providing a consistant set of guidelines for dealing with youth behavioral problems."

       -Tom Osborne

Mission

Human Performance Project in Nebraska is a project to ensure a strong activity program for Academics, Athletics, Arts and Activities.  By educating, correcting and restoring, all who participate is held accountable for their actions.  The result of this program is the development of responsible, respectable young adults.