WELCOME TO OUR NEW WEBSITE

We are pleased to reveal the newly designed website for Athletic Republic, There have been so many who have worked hard and contributed to the evolution of this brand, from its ambitious beginnings in Fargo, North Dakota as Frappier Acceleration in the late 1980s…to an organization that has helped over 1,000,000 athletes all over the world to improve their athletic ability.

Our new website, aside from being aesthetically pleasing, is more agile, interactive, and is easier to scan, read and navigate. Just as importantly, one of our main goals we wanted to achieve when designing the new site was to help our athletes and new candidates get to know us better and get a feel for who we are as a company. We are pleased to finally show our new Brand History piece, which truly showcases both the unique origins and incredible progression of our company over the past quarter century.

The Athletic Republic network is comprised of over 120 facilities worldwide that provide a myriad of product offerings founded on our Test-Teach-Train approach to improving speed utilizing our proprietary technology. We hope this site acts as a representation of not only the strength of our 25-year-old brand, but also of the diversity of our incredible network. Together, the owner/operators and their incredible performance sports training staff provide our athletes with the highest level of performance sports training services in the industry. For the first time, we feel like we have single website entity that is working to reflect the scope of the Athletic Republic network as a whole…and ultimately, every training program, service offering and represented into an easily digestible and navigable site.

We hope you will enjoy the new website and will take some time to acquaint yourself with the new design. We’re quite proud of it, but we know there’s still work to do. In the coming months, we hope to continue improving the site so that it best serves how we communicate with you.  

Thank you for being part of Athletic Republic. 

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