360 Elite Performance Sports is designed to develop strength and speed through analytics and sports specific regiments. Members from youth to Professional are challenged through body weight, power & resistance training resulting in optimal peak performance during competition. The pursuit of excellence is constant, so join the movement and live 360.



Circuit training is an efficient and challenging form of conditioning that develops strength, endurance (both aerobic and anaerobic), flexibility, coordination & weight loss all in one exercise session. It is one of the few forms of fitness training that has been shown to effectively develop both strength and cardiovascular fitness in the same exercise session.

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  • sports Circuit Training Membership

    Our metabolic circuit training classes are focused on changing body composition through injury prevention. At 360 we help realize your full potential with innovative workouts and proven scientific methods. The 360 approach challenges clients both mentally and physically by offering various workouts targeted to increase stamina, flexibility and total body strength.

  • sport-membership


    Memberships that include performance training along with baseball specific skills classes such as hitting, pitching, throwing, fielding & catching.


5:30 am
8:30 am
9:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
12:00 pm
3:15 pm
4:00 pm
5:00 pm
6:00 pm
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  • Sports Circuit Membership

    Geared Toward

    9 classes/mo


    15 classes/mo


    Unlimited Classes/mo


  • Speciality Membership


    9 classes/mo


    15 classes/mo


    Unlimited classes/mo



  • Ted Armstrong

    Program Director

    Ted Armstrong has over 10 years experience instructing athletes in speed, agility and strength movements.  His educational background includes; a BS in Physical Education, an Adapted teaching credential and a Masters in Education/Kinesiology.  His philosophy of training is a balanced approach; teach the body how to move then increase the intensity for maximum results, every movement has a purpose.  He is passionate about using medicine balls for upper body explosiveness and overall core strength as well as using suspension-training tools.  “I enjoy working with all ages because every athlete has a different challenge to overcome.  I take pride in being a contributor to an athletes success and overall athleticism.”  When Ted is not working he enjoys the High Sierra’s or San Diego with his wife and son.

  • John Fragulia


    Attended Ohlone Junior College 2008 – 2010. Jon played baseball both consecutive years at Ohlone. Jon earned himself a spot on the CCCAA Pacific Coast Conference All-Academic Team while maintaining a 0.00 ERA with 15 appearances in regular season play. In 2010 with his outstanding effort on the mound he helped earn the teams first State Championship in school history. Jon went on to transfer to the University at Buffalo a Division 1 Baseball Program with a Full Ride Scholarship. With his diligence in study Jon was placed on the University’s Deans List in 2011. The Mid-American Baseball Conference Honored Jon with an Academic Honor Roll Award for 2011 – 2012, which segued him to being one of only forty-nine student-athletes to receive the Taurus Aureus Award from the University (Award for holding a GPA of 3.0 or higher and have completed at least 95 credit hours). Jon graduated in 2012 earning a degree in Psychology.

  • Lonnie Kauppila


    Private instructor Lonnie Kauppila is a current baseball player in Mariners organization, recently completing his first full season in High A with the High Desert Mavericks. He received his high school diploma from Burbank High School, completing his career in 2010 with a number of athletic and academic accolades. He was a four-year member to the All League team, and a two-year winner of the All-Area Baseball Player of the Year award his junior and senior seasons as the Bulldog’s shortstop. His athletic ability should not overshadow his academic accomplishments, as he became Male Student Athlete of the Year his senior year, ending his entire academic career with a 4.0 GPA. His dedication to both the classroom and the field earned him a full scholarship to Stanford University, where he continued his streak of starting seasons his freshman year. He was the starting second basemen for the top 10 ranked Cardinal, going as far as the Super Regionals in continuous seasons. Transitioning back to shortstop, he completed his sophomore and junior seasons in honorable fashion before being drafted to the Seattle Mariners in 2013 in the 16th round of the Major League Baseball Draft. Rookie level baseball was next on his list, as he found much success and was honored a promotion to Short-Season A Everett Aquasox. After his 2013 season, he went back to Stanford to complete his degree in Science, Technology, and Society, focusing primarily on Economics and Management Science and Engineering and doing so in just 3 years and 1 quarter with a 3.1 GPA. He began the 2014 season in Low A with the Clinton Lumberkings before finding another promotion to High A with the High Desert Mavericks – ending his entire season with a .290 average and playing all infield positions. He will continue his baseball career once Spring Training starts again in February 2015 and is hoping to pass his knowledge on to kids of all ages until then.

  • Matt Whisenant

    of Events

    Matt was born and raised in La Canada and played his youth baseball locally.  He is the only Major Leaguer to come out of La Canada High School.  In 1989 he was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 18th round.  In 1992 he was traded to the Florida Marlins to eventually make his Major League Debut in 1997. He was a member of the 1997 Florida Marlins World Championship team before being traded to Kansas City. After Florida he went on to play for the Royals, Padres and Dodgers before retiring in 2002.  Matt has been a head varsity baseball coach for the last 9 years.

  • Glendon Rusch

    VP of Strategic

    Glendon was born and raised in Seattle Washington where he participated in youth baseball, basketball and golf. In the fall of 1993 he received a scholarship from the University Of Washington for Baseball. That spring he was drafted in the 17th Round by the Kansas City Royals and signed his professional contract Glendon went on to play for 6 Major League teams including the Royals, Mets, Brewers, Cubs, Padres and Rockies. Over a 17 year span he spent 12 seasons in the Major Leagues and in 2000 he was a member of the National League Champion New York Mets that played the New York Yankees in the World Series. Glendon’s passion for baseball continues even after he retired in 2009 and he began an elite baseball academy with his brother He is currently the VP of Business Development and Strategic Alliances for 360 Elite Performance Sports. Glendon lives in La Canada California with his wife Kelley and 2 boys Cade and Trevor.

  • Dustin Emmons


    Dustin was a 4 year starter player at UC Riverside and has now played professionally for the New York Mets, Marlins and Pirates. He is passionate about improving athlete’s lifestyles and careers holistically. My name is Dustin Emmons and I have lived in the surrounding San Gabriel Valley area for over 15 years. My athletic background has been baseball for my entire career. I started that career in CSA and eventually played at Crescent Valley High School. I went on to be a 4 year starter playing collegiately for the UC Riverside Highlanders. After 2 successful careers as a student athlete I was drafted by the New York Mets and began my Professional Baseball. I have been drafted by three different Major League Mets, Pirates and Marlins. Each step along the way in my career has given me an opportunity to travel the world and see the game on so many stages. Weather it was playing in Australia, Alaska, Canada or Cape Cod I have played and learned from the best. I am passionate about improving athlete’s lifestyles and careers holistically. Meaning, looking at all facets of their skills and choosing to offer my knowledge to improve those athletic skills and improve athletic performance.

Pasadena Venue

Our training venue is a 12,000 sq ft. facility designed and equipped to provide state of the art fitness solutions that challenge and support various performance goals.
Our training venue is a 12,000 sq ft. facility designed and equipped to provide state of the art fitness solutions that challenge and support various performance goals.
Our training venue is a 12,000 sq ft. facility designed and equipped to provide state of the art fitness solutions that challenge and support various performance goals.


Southern California Future Prospects Winter Camp-Sign Up Now!


Winter camp

The Winter Camp will consist of high level instruction with an emphasis on mental and physical development.   We pride ourselves on hosting elite baseball camps teaching the game within the game. The Future Prospects Winter Camp is great opportunity to shake off that rust and start preparing for the upcoming 2015 Baseball Season,



  • Dates: January 2nd – 4th
  • Ages 9-14
  • Location: 360 Elite Performance Sports Pasadena Venue
  • Cost: $175
  • Max Number of Campers: 80 (20 Players per Age Group)



Camp Areas of Focus


  • -Leadership
  • -Handling adversity
  • -Dealing with pressure and failure
  • -Professional work ethic
  • -Pitchers throw during daily scrimmages
  • -Pitching – balance, delivery, pitches, grips & more
  • -Pitching mechanics with fixes all weeklong
  • -Stance, Balance, Mechanics, Situational Hitting & Swing Path for hitting
  • -Mental preparation and Hitting Philosophy
  • -Hand-eye coordination drills for all aspects of the game
  • -Opposite field hitting (staying inside the baseball)
  • -Hitting with two strikes – Hitting Off-speed pitches
  • -Situational hitting including Bunting
  • -Base Running with Leads, Steals, etc.
  • -Infield play-corner play & middle infield play
  • -Infield mechanics, huge reps, tweaks, turns, feeds
  • -Outfield play – including throwing from the outfield
  • -Outfield play- routes, positions, jumps, footwork


What to Expect


  • -Professional level instruction. (10 to 1 camper to coach ratio).
  • -Camp T-Shirt
  • -Full Pro-Style Evaluations (Detailed Written Evaluations will be issued to all players)

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Holiday or Habit? Elite Trainer Dustin Emmons on the secrets to staying fit this Holiday Season


The average person will consume over 4.500 calories and 229 grams of fat on Thanksgiving alone. Between Thanksgiving and Christmas people severely increase their food quantity while there is a massive decline in food quality. This usually stems from all-day snacking that is not usually a habit in most people’s daily living. A cookie here and a cookie there type behavior can add up over the 30 or so days between the two holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas.

One important idea to keep in mind is that Thanksgiving and Christmas are both HOLIDAYS and not HABITS. There is a stark difference between the two of these. A “holiday” is a time for celebration and relaxation with family and friends. A “habit” on the other hand is a daily practice or your normal routine in everyday living. Where most of us get caught is in eating more food is between these 2 events. The key here is too treat these two holidays as what they are and not negatively self-sabotage our self’s with stinking thinking or negative self-talk. 1 or 2 days out of the year is a drop in a bucket compared to our “EVERYDAY HABITS” that are in play 350 or so days a year. Often times our 1 day holidays lead and turns into 3-5 days of eating worse before and after the actual day. Below are a few suggestions to minimize the damage we create over the holidays.

Some exercise suggestions for burning some extra calories around the holidays are to perform “fat burning circuits” as Paul Chek, founder of the Chek Institute calls them. The application is simple….Choose 4-8 exercises and perform a desired amount of reps or simple 15-20 seconds of each exercise. This style of training is far more effective than steady state cardio. This style of training is far superior as it burns calories even after you’ve stopped working out. Also, performing functional multipoint movements will fire up that metabolism and burn more calories after being performed.

Another great Exercise habit to pick up during the holiday and those who are traveling is to simply “walk” preferably in nature to really take advantage of relaxing while on vacation. 60-90 minutes of walking will not only help you burn more calories, but walking is an aerobic activity and burns fat for fuel as its main energy source.

In the days leading up to these two holidays make sure to eat as much organic whole foods to ensure your body is getting enough nutrients and antioxidants to support your body for the upcoming feast. Enjoy your time with your friends and family even if that is with a little pumpkin pie and remember these are HOLIDAYS and not HABITS.


Dustin Emmons

Former Professional Baseball player – New York Mets organization

Certified HLC- 1 Holistic Lifestyle Coach level 1 through the CHEK institute

Joga Certified through Jana Webb and JOGA Brand

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