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.
This is Gabbe Millot, born and raised in Rhinelander, WI. She was a 3 sport athlete in high school. Playing soccer, ice hockey, and football she had different athletic opportunities than most girls have in Missouri. Gabbe played ice hockey where she received all conference recognition all 4 years, and held the school record for most penalty minutes in a season. She played on the high school football team as the kicker where she received all conference recognition as a junior and senior. Millot was conference Offensive MVP and leading goal scorer for Great Northern Conference all 4 years. Her senior year she ended the season with 52 goals, tied with one other player for the most goal scored that season in the state. Millot was 1st team all conference all four years and all state her last 2. After high school she went on to play Division II soccer all four years at Drury University, contributing to the team’s offensive threat. From the beginning of freshman year and continuing until the end of senior year she earned the right to start through work ethic, leadership and having a competitive presence on the field. Gabbe played several positions for the Panthers including forward, outside and center mid, and even stepping in to play one game in goal her sophomore year. She finished her senior season in the fall of 2018 having played more than 5,500 minutes for the Panthers.
Now, as a former college athlete she is part of the RedLine family. As a part of this type of organization she will promote confidence in the athletes she trains and create a positive environment of trial and error where athletes feel both comfortable and supported to take the risks necessary to become all around better athletes and human beings.
Meet Caleb Cole. He is the Assistant General Manager at RedLine Athletics. After graduating high school and playing quarterback for football team and shortstop for the baseball team he then graduated from Drury University while on a baseball scholarship. He left being the career leader for RBIs, walks and assists at shortstop. For accolades, he was a first team All-GLVC selection as a senior and sophomore seasons and a Second Team All-GLVC selection junior and freshman seasons along with being named the GLVC Freshman of the Year. And others including First Team All-Midwest Region Honors for multiple years. He is an avid outdoorsman and cattle enthusiast! Also, after college he still pursues his passion of baseball, currently playing in the Grip N’ Rip Baseball League. He strongly believes in what RedLine provides for youth athletes and stands by the brand 100%!
Chelsea Johnson was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois where she attended John Hope College Preparatory High School. Chelsea began her love of basketball in middle school and continued to through her freshman year of college at Kennedy King Community College. During her freshman year, she averaged fifteen points, three steals and three assist per game for high school’s basketball team. Her following three years took her overseas to play basketball for the USA in the People to People Sports Ambassadors program where she saw court time in great cities and countries such as Paris, Switzerland and Amsterdam.
Chelsea’s family finally found their way to the Ozarks and from there she has continued with her passion for basketball by assisting Anthony Tolliver (NBA player for the Minnesota Timberwolves #43) with area camps. She is currently the head coach of the AAU basketball team, Windy City Ballerz. After several assisting coaching positions, she took her first head coaching position for a third-grade girls team that went on to have an 18-3 season and won the championship for the Midwest Hoops Tournament in 2012.
Now, Chelsea has her own youth basketball program that she started in February 2017 which helps to train and develop student athletes from kindergarten through high school both girls and boys. All this while attending Missouri State University. She is finishing up her bachelor’s degree in Recreation Sports, Park and Administration.
Her favorite quote:
“You cannot climb the ladder of success with your hands in your pockets. Get up and work for it.”
Paige Wilson joined the Redline Athletics team in September of 2019. Outside of Redline, Wilson coaches at Evangel University for the women’s basketball program. She serves as the reserve team head coach and the assistant coach for the varsity program. Wilson joins the Crusaders after coaching at Greenwood Laboratory School in Springfield the past two seasons where she was a varsity assistant and head coach for the junior high program.
Before getting into coaching, Wilson was a standout at Drury University for the Lady Panthers from 2013 to 2017 where she helped guide Drury to a 109-17 record in her four seasons. She averaged 11.5 points per game and was a 38 percent three-point shooter for her career as she was an All-GLVC Second Team selection as a senior. During her career, the Lady Panthers advanced to the NCAA Division II Elite 8 as a freshman, two NCAA Midwest Regional Championship appearances (Sweet 16) and two GLVC Tournament Championships. Wilson finished with 1,019 career points as a lady panther. She also finished in the top 10 of 3 point field goals made, and 3 point field goal percentage in a career. She also finished in the top 10 for single season 3 point field goals made in lady panthers history.
A native of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, Wilson was a McDonald’s AllAmerican nominee as a prep and set the school record for career points at Bartlesville High. Wilson graduated from Bartlesville High in 2013. From Drury, she graduated in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in exercise and sports science and sports management, before finishing her master’s degree in 2019 from Drury as well in integrated marketing communication.
Kinzy Mathis is originally from Broken Arrow, OK. She played softball (middle infield) for Connors State for two years and then finished her career at Drury University. She graduated with a degree in Exercise Physiology and is currently completing her master’s degree in Integrated Marketing and Communications.
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