WHO WE ARE: Redline Athletics is the Triangle’s premier facility for youth speed & agility training. Our 11,000sqft facility includes a basketball/volleyball court area, two battings cages, a strength area designed for age-appropriate strength development and low-profile turf for speed and agility training.
WHAT WE DO: To sum it all up…We Build Better Athletes. We specialize in comprehensive athletic development and sports performance training for all athletes 8-18 years of age. Our training sessions are designed to develop a youth’s natural athletic ability in a FUN, SAFE and ENERGETIC environment. Our goal is to optimize performance, build confidence and promote success on every field of play.
HOW DO I GET STARTED? WHAT’S THE PRICING? We want to get to know your Athlete and your goals to recommend the best way we can partner with you. Our membership options are affordable, too…starting at just $119/mo. Set up your Athlete’s FREE trial session now. Your path to performance starts HERE!
Attention Parents of 5–7-year-old athletes!
Our Redline Rising STARS Camp is designed to develop running mechanics, body control, hand-eye coordination, confidence and teamwork in a FUN, structured environment!
The camp will include agility drills, relay races, obstacle courses, physical challenges and much more!
The 6-week RISING STARS Camp will begin March 6th and be offered on Saturdays from 1:00PM – 2:00PM. Only $79 for all six days!
Limited spots available.
Redline has tailored speed and agility training programs that best suit your individual and team goals.
Athletes PERFORM and MAKE PLAYS when they prepare and train. Redline helps Athletes DRAMATICALLY improve their Athleticism, Resilience, and Movement to unlock their peak performance on the field of play.
Athletes improve better together. That’s why we’re always organizing events for our very active and motivated Redline community.
Redline Coaches have a passion for Athletes. Their battle-tested professional and collegiate experience combined with their education and certifications create a positive, high-energy environment.
Bernard Freeman leads the Hemlock Plaza team as Director of Sports Performance. Bernard attended George Mason University where he is the 4×100 Record Holder, an NCAA All-American and 4x NCAA qualifier. Bernard is also a North Carolina 2x State Champion and 5x High School All-American as well as the NC 4×400 State Record Holder. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and has a USAW Level 1 and USATF Level 1 certification. He has trained hundreds of young athletes and is passionate about helping them improve not just strength and speed, but their confidence and determination as well!
CJ Needam is a native of Raleigh, North Carolina. He attended Knightdale HS where he was a 3 time All-Conference and All-Region performer as well as an All-State Player. After graduation, he accepted a scholarship to play baseball at Belmont Abbey College in Belmont, North Carolina and later at Louisburg College in Louisburg, North Carolina. He was named All-Conference, and All-Region X, both years at Louisburg. After Louisburg CJ played in the Coastal Plains League where he was named in Baseball America’s summer league top 25. CJ then attended The University of Mount Olive and was signed to a professional contract with the Joliet Slammers in Joliet, Illinois. After CJ’s professional career, he joined the coaching staff with PRO5 Academy out of Holly Springs, NC as the catching and hitting coach. CJ has helped many of his clients continue their careers and advance to the next level while attending, NC State, Virginia Tech, UNC- Wilmington, UNC- Charlotte, Gardner Webb, and College of Charleston.
Rebecca “Becky” Davis was born in New York City where she realized her love for basketball and at the age of 10, joined the Jr. WNBA organization. After moving to Raleigh in 2002 she found love for the game of softball while attending Broughton High School. There she was awarded All-State and All-Conference honors before attending Peace College and playing basketball all four years. Following graduation, Becky was offered the varsity women’s basketball coaching position at Broughton High and helped many of the young ladies she coached attend NC State, Peace College, Pembroke, Roanoke College, and St Johns. Becky now enjoys a career with the Raleigh Fire Department as a First-Class Fire Fighter.
Robert was a weekend starter all three years at the University of Georgia where he was named a Collegiate Baseball All-American as a freshman. After playing two summers with the USA Collegiate National Team, he was selected 38th overall in the 2016 MLB Draft by the Colorado Rookies. As the number 12 prospect in the Rockies organization, he spent time with the Asheville Tourists and High-A Lancaster Jethawks.
Rachel is a Certified Personal Trainer (ACSM) and has a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from UNC-Charlotte. She played Division I college soccer for UNC-Asheville for two years as a forward. Prior to UNC-Asheville, she grew up in Cary, NC and attended Athens Drive High School. During her senior year, she scored 27 goals and collected 14 assists. The Jaguars were the 2016 4A East Regional Runner-Up. She was an All-Conference, All-Region, and All-State selection, played in the Clash of the Carolinas, and was chosen as a Midtown News and Observer Athlete of the Week. She played Club Soccer for ’97 TFC Alliance and was a 2015 State Champion. Rachel is passionate and excited to work with youth athletes to help them reach their goals.
Corey is a native of Asheboro, North Carolina. He attended Eastern Randolph High School where he was a 3-sport athlete (Football, Basketball, & Track). He received consecutive all-conference honors in all three sports along with being named offensive player of the year in the PAC 6 2A Football Conference his senior year. Corey was also Named to 3rd Team All-District Basketball team as a senior, along with consecutive appearances in the 2A regional track championships (100m, 4×1). After graduating from Eastern Randolph, Corey attended East Carolina University where he played two years of Football for the Pirates. He graduated in the Spring of 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Health Fitness Specialist (Kinesiology), and currently holds a Performance Specialist Certification through EXOS Human Performance. Corey is passionate about helping all athletes become better on and off the field or court.
Abby began training with the San Antonio ParaSport Spurs Wheelchair Basketball Team in 2015 and was recruited by the University of Texas at Arlington’s Lady Movin’ Mavs where she helped the team win their first national title in 2016. After only a few months with the Movin’ Mavs, she was selected for the US national team, which won gold at the 2015 Parapan American Games in Toronto, CA. In 2016, she was part of the USA team at the 2016 Rio Paralympics, winning a Paralympic gold medal.
Abby continued to play with the Movin’ Mavs and was one of three UTA students selected for the national team at the 2018 Wheelchair Basketball World Championship in Hamburg, Germany, where Team USA came sixth. In 2019, she not only won a gold medal at the Women’s U25 Wheelchair Basketball World Championship in Suphanburi, Thailand but was selected as one of the All-Star Five.
Abby retired from wheelchair basketball after the Tokyo 2020 postponement and now calls NC home where she uses her Kinesiology degree and athletic experience to help others reach their goals – on and off the court!
Friendly and knowledgable coaches make parents and kids alike feel welcome and comfortable.
I am so appreciative of Redline. They are keeping my son active and his fitness has improved leaps and bounds since starting at Redline. The coaches are top notch and know their stuff. I also love how convenient the schedule is, we can go to classes whenever it works for our family. We will for sure sign up again, the investment is worth every penny.
We are so thrilled with RedLine Athletics. Our son is learning how to condition and take care of his body. He is also getting training for his specific sport. We could not be more happy with the amazing facility and trainers. Highly recommend!
We love Redline! My son goes and works hard each time, coming out tired yet satisfied. I can already see some results in core strength and stamina. Definitely worth every penny!!!
We are a couple months in and are seeing amazing results! My daughter’s skills and speed are improving more and more everyday! Thank you Redline!
Great, positive, upbeat trainers who really push the kids to want to do more. Just being there puts you in a good mood! Love this place!
So happy we found Redline. It’s the perfect compliment to my son’s baseball team’s practice. Already seeing growth after a short amount of time.
The trainers are top notch. My son’s strength and speed numbers increased a ton over the summer. It helped his confidence tremendously