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Spend time focusing on you. We will provide the place and training and you provide the will and the effort.
Our training center
Here at Zone 21, the focus is human performance. We understand every client has a different body type, lifestyle, and physical history. Our staff creates customized programs that aims to improve an individual’s overall health.
Our vision at Zone 21 is to reach and exceed your goals in all aspects of life. Zone 21 wants to build champions. We BUILD CONFIDENCE WITHIN!
When coaching our athletes, our focus is SPEED!
Zone 21 goals are to make you faster, quicker, stronger, and explosiveness. We provide development for improvement on acceleration, deceleration, and lateral direction, by using customized training programs for strength and conditioning.
SPEED is the missing tool of many athletes’ success.
NO MATTER your age, ability, and size, come FIND YOUR ZONE here. As athletes grow within our program they will reach new levels of speed, strength, endurance, and stamina.
Zone 21 is devoted to providing the Central Mississippi community with a safe, family-friendly and effective training center.
Philanthropist, Super Bowl XLVII Champion, former Baltimore Raven, Defensive Back & Speed Specialist
Born in Opelika, Alabama, Lardarius Webb played football collegiately at University of Southern Mississippi & Nicholls State University.
Drafted professionally by the Baltimore Ravens in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft, Lardarius played 9 seasons. He was on the championship roster for Super Bowl XLVII. He had 428 tackles, deflected 87 passes and intercepted 13. He was known as a threat as a kick and punt returner. Lardarius compiled 35 KORs for 918 yards, including a 95-yard TD in 2009, with an average of 26.2 yards per game.
His legacy in Baltimore spanned beyond the gridiron. Lardarius spent a great amount of time in the community in Baltimore & Opelika. He has hosted an annual charity softball game to benefit The Lardarius Webb Foundation, which focused on providing aid to underprivileged children and their families in his hometown in Alabama. After much success, He retired as a Baltimore Raven in 2018. He is the only Raven in their franchise history to score an interception, punt and kick return for a touchdown.
He is currently dedicated to developing young athletes and philanthropy projects in his community.