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Oakland Center
9030 Maryland Rt. 108
Columbia, Md, 21045
(410) 715-3700
What is AXIS?
AXIS Sport Performance Training has been training athletes in Howard County for over ten years. Our mission is to provide professional quality sport performance training to athletes of all ages and skill levels so they have the opportunity to excel in their chosen sports and stay active in the sports they love.   

The structure of our programs, combined with our coaches' attention to proper form and technique, play an intricate and indispensable role in injury prevention. AXIS is focused not only on helping our athletes get in the game, but stay in the game.
Congratulations Mt. Hebron Girls Lacrosse!
​On May 2nd the Mt. Hebron Girls Lacrosse team clinched the Howard County lacrosse title, capping an undefeated conference season. This is their 23rd County title and 9th in 13 seasons. The Mt. Hebron girls have been training as a team at AXIS for a number of years, including this preseason. Great job girls! Read the full story in The Baltimore Sun here.
John Terrier recently joined the AXIS coaching staff as a summer intern. John is a Howard County native who played football and baseball at Glenelg High School. He is currently working on his Bachelor's degree in Human Performance and Exercise Science from the University of Alabama, where he also serves as a strength and conditioning intern during the school year. Stop by and say hi if you see him around!
Join us in Welcoming our Newest Staff Member!
AXIS Athletes Named Lax All-Americans

Congratulations to longtime AXIS athletes Taylor Hensh 
(Marriotts Ridge) and Amanda Ignacio (Mount de Sales) 
for being named 2014 Under Armour All-Americans. 
Following the end of this season Amanda and Taylor will 
be gearing up for their first seasons at Georgetown and 
Maryland, respectively. Read the full article in the 
Baltimore Sun