Athletic performance program

Commencing December 1, our Athletic Performance Program moves to a new location, minutes from Farm League Park, and becomes a year-round opportunity to improve athleticism and fitness. The program will still be open to boys and girls.

Athletic performance program
The new location for our Athletic Performance Program—Missing Element Sports in Spring—includes a spacious, indoor gym and an outdoor, turf field.

The Tomball Kings offer a year-round, athletic performance program open to boys and girls. We offer this program in partnership with Missing Element at its new training facility in Spring.

This new, year-round program at Missing Element replaces what had been our summer-only program in Spring, as well as our preseason training program for junior high and younger players. In relation to the previous programs it offers our student-athletes a higher level of coaching and superior facilities for athletic performance training.

Training days will be Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, with a choice of five starting times:

  • 8:00 AM (high school and junior high)
  • 10:00 AM (elementary school)
  • 3:00 PM (mixed ages)
  • 4:00 PM (mixed ages)
  • 5:00 PM (mixed ages)
  • 6:00 PM (mixed ages)
During the summer, the 8:00 AM class meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays (no Wednesday class). Choose three from the available days to fit your schedule.

Each training session typically lasts an hour, but the 8:00 AM session often lasts up to two hours..

This program is suitable for student-athletes in high school, junior high, and elementary school.

For best results participants should train all three days each week.

For high school baseball players this program may supplement, but is not a replacement for, the high school baseball performance program. Your coaches will advise you on program selection. High school players should attend the 8:00 AM class if possible.

About Missing Element

Led by retired NFL player Mister Alexander, Missing Element opened a new, superbly-equipped, indoor and outdoor training facility in August 2023, just minutes from our Farm League Park practice fields.

In addition to Coach Alexander, Missing Element coaches include other former professional and college football players and certified track and field experts. In combination, these coaches and trainers have elite-level knowledge of the latest techniques and best practices that will be transformative for every student-athlete who takes seriously the opportunity to learn and train under them.

About the program

The Athletic Performance Program is comprehensive in nature and emphasizes the mind-body-spirit connection. It is open to players in our high school, junior high, and elementary school age groups and to their siblings (both boys and girls).

In this program players will learn proper posture and the relationship between posture and power generation.

Through hard work and training under the leadership of their coaches, players will improve their power output, speed, quickness, maximal strength, ability to change direction, and ability to absorb impact.

Students will also learn about metabolism, and how sound nutrition and training can improve metabolism and prevent disease.

Mister Alexander and TyMagic Robinson lead Kings players and siblings through some running and change-of-direction work at the Athletic Performance Program open house at Missing Elements Sports on Saturday, December 2, 2023. Video courtesy of Missing Element.


Improving athletic performance and fitness is a prime focus of the Tomball Kings organization. So important is this program goal that over the course of each year, we devote more time and energy to athleticism development than we do even to baseball-skills training.

Our concern is not merely for our high school and junior high players, who play our most competitive schedules.

We are alarmed by an undeniable, societal trend away from regular, outdoor play. We have too many students entering elementary-school-age programs who cannot do a push-up, run a lap around the baseball field, tolerate the summer heat, or even play catch.

A solid, athletic foundation is essential to baseball performance and competitiveness, but also to lifelong health and well-being. We therefore devote considerable resources to developing affordable, high-quality, athletic-performance programs, not just for our players but also for their families.

We strongly encourage every student-athlete to take advantage of the full range of our sports performance and player development programs when and as offered, throughout the year, including this Athletic Performance Program we offer in partnership with Missing Element.

Training format

Each training session will include players of mixed ages, but the training that any particular player receives will be age-appropriate. That is, we do not expect five-year-olds to follow training protocols for fifteen-year-olds.

At our request to promote competitiveness and player development, training groups will include athletes from multiple sports and other schools, space permitting, whenever possible.

Tuition and payments

Tuition is $99.00 per month for the first student-athlete from each household. Tuition for each participating sibling of the primary student will be $25.00 per month. Tuition is paid monthly, directly to Missing Element via automatic bank draft. This pricing is available only to Tomball Kings players, program participants (including sandlot league), and siblings.

All students must make a minimum, initial commitment of six months. Thereafter, students continue on a month-to-month basis. Students may withdraw during the initial, six-month period, but will be charged 25% of the remaining monthly balance during that initial, six-month period.

Please notify Missing Element thirty days in advance if you plan to withdraw from the program.

Facility and location

Turf training field at Missing Element Sports Performance and Fitness Gym
Turf training field at Missing Element Sports Performance and Fitness Gym.

Missing Element provides excellent, indoor and outdoor training facilities and equipment at 7315 Five Forks Drive, Spring TX 77379 [map]. It is only minutes from Farm League Park.

What to wear and bring

Wear work-out clothes and shoes (cleats and gym) and bring at least 48 ounces of water to each class.


Please be on time for each class. Late arrivals are disruptive to the class and counterproductive for the student-athlete who is late.

Should you ever need to miss or be late for a class, please notify Coach Alexander as soon as you know. This will help the coaches and trainers avoid setting up stations that will go unused. Missing Element will provide you with access to an app for such communications.


Please commit to regular attendance. Missing classes will deny players information, knowledge, skills, experiences, and adaptations that they will need as athletes. Regular attendance will produce the best results and greatest advancement. We do understand that students may need to miss classes from time to time, of course, for family vacations and other fall activities.

Ready to register?

All student-athletes must register in advance in order to participate, both with the Kings and with Missing Element.

When you are ready, please click the button below for our Athletic Performance Program registration form. Your confirmation email will contain a link to the Missing Element registration form. Please contact us if you need assistance at any time.