EVOCODE born out of necessity when founder, Jay Schroeder, was paralyzed in an accident.
Schroeder refines EVOCODE for elite performance building Eastern Bloc principles into the system as it now stands. Through self-implementation, Schroeder not only overcomes paralysis, but regains elite performance.
Schroeder begins training athletes of all levels, from youth to professional and Olympic athletes and teams around the world.
EVOCODE adds high profile athletes to his roster of trainees, including: Edgerrin James, Ray Lewis, Cody Ross, Terrell Suggs, Matt Kemp, Todd Heap, and many more.
EVOCODE gains national media attention for the results elicited from Adam Archuleta. Schroeder transformed an otherwise nondescript athlete into one of the top athletes ever to participate in the NFL Combine and a first round pick in the NFL Draft.
Schroeder produces similar results at younger levels training the football team at an Arizona high school. EVOCODE saw six of its trainees eventually selected in the NFL Draft. Further, the high school reported an 85% decrease in on the field injuries while utilizing the EVOCODE system, and no additional training systems.
EVOCODE’s client list expands to almost every major professional sport, with athletes in the NHL, MLB, NFL, USPTA, USGA, and others.
Schroeder is credited with bringing principles of Iso-Extreme exercises to the U.S. He is also featured in several national news media outlets for his unique, innovative methods of training, with testimonials from Stanley Cup winners, a World Series MVP, and more.
Schroeder is the only non-employee to receive a World Series ring from the Washington Nationals honoring his work to train many of their key players.
EVOCODE launches the comprehensive online version of the program that Schroeder perfected over nearly 40 years.
Correct body position establishes the foundation for proper movement, velocity, and creation of force.
Proper movement, free of compensatory actions, is the key to creating velocity and resisting injury.
Only when one masters position and movement can he or she create velocity consistently, without injury.
Absorbing and creating force are the result of proper movement and a healthy nervous system - both byproducts of the EVOCODE.