High schools are facing a major dilemma. Physical education curriculum is being pulled from schools across the nation, however, participation in high school athletics has increased every year in the past 25 years. What does this mean? It means that kids are learning less about how to move and prepare their bodies, but at the same time are participating in high-impact sports that demand a high degree of performance. Of the two-million yearly injuries to high school students, it is reported that more than half of those injuries can be prevented. What’s the solution? Every school has a weight room, but traditional solutions to manage the strength and conditioning needs of an entire school are not only costly for a school to maintain, but they do not make room for any individualization. It’s time for a new solution.