This program is designed for athletes to reach their maximum athletic performance in athletic competition. The training will consist of the five components of fitness: cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition. Injury prevention will be the main goal for athletes throughout the program. Strength training and conditioning will be used to create fluid movements that promote body alignment. This type of training will also reduce imbalances, which are one of the most common reasons for injury. The strength and conditioning program will be sport-specific and designed for athletes to increase their five components of fitness and reduce injuries related to their specific sport.
1). Promote injury prevention and reconditioning following an injury
2). Increase joint stability, flexibility, and mobility
3). Develop and increase strength, power, and speed
4). Gain knowledge on training and how to properly take care of the body
5). Train energy systems to work in need for the sport
6). Development of the five components of physical fitness
7). Nutritional guidance
8). To create a positive mindset on training the body correctly and staying healthy
For girls 2008 - 2002 birth year
8-week program- $160
April 5 - May 25
2002 - 2006 birth year- Tuesdays 6:30pm - 7:30pm
2008 - 2009 birth year- Mondays 6:30pm - 7:30pm
2007 birth year- Mondays 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Timeslots limited to 10 athletes each, first come first serve
If class is full, you will be placed on a waitlist
Group classes will consist of multiple athletes and one coach. The training will be group-based but with a more individualized approach. It will be circuit-style, structured with strength exercises, conditioning, and instructional learning of proper form and knowledge on the exercises and stretching. The strength-training aspect will include weights, body weight exercises, and resistance bands to build muscle mass, strength, and endurance. The conditioning aspect will include high-intensity exercises with many reps to improve the body's cardiovascular system. Injury prevention is the main component of the classes and will be achieved with muscle activation and movement preparation.
Individualized programs will be made specifically for the athlete and based on their goals and needs for their sport. After a physical assessment, a plan will be created and the athlete will receive one-on-one training, or will be placed in a group with their own plan. Each plan will have five phases to help the athletes reach their maximum athletic potential: stabilization of endurance, strength endurance, hypertrophy, maximum strength, and power.