Current Class Schedule
This class takes place during the school calendar, please check invoice to be sure class is "in session".
Through the Sports Conditioning Program, we offer a variety of classes for improving/ developing strength, speed, power, agility, coordination, balance and overall confidence in setting/achieving higher goals. We teach the importance of having goals, and striving to achieve them. We instill in our athletes a desire to become the best version of themselves through hard work, perseverance, and vision.
SPEED & Agility
Works on running form; the full cycle, stride rate, arm action and body position for forward and movement in all directions: ability to speed up and slow down in all directions. We utilize k-bands, ladders, harnesses, resistance bands, sleds and other tools and drills to improve performance.
Builds the strength, speed and power needed to become faster, it improves overall stamina to stay strong/focused throughout the duration of the competition, and instills confidence that the athlete has trained hard and is prepared for his/her competition.
Typically in a crosstrain class: 5 minutes dynamic stretching to rhythmically warm up the body, 10 minutes of plyometric quick explosive movements, 35 minutes of crosstrain conditioning to build muscular strength, speed and power, 10 minutes of a challenge and/or core which is designed to push the athlete outside their comfort zone to teach our athletes the body is capable of enduring more than the mind wants to believe.
*Must obtain instructor approval to attend this class
The beginner athlete will start with basic strength training and body weight exercises to develop muscular strength and control. Once the athlete has a good strength base and full body control and mechanics, we move them up to Weightlifting: Olympic and Powerlifting for athletic development.
(Form is our main concern... MAIN RULE: no loading weight until proper for is executed)
Outdoor run group: Hills, Distance, and Intervals. We run in street. Proper cold weather attire is required, as is reflective gear.
Assists in developing core strength, balance, and flexibility of the body to move with greater ease: to tap into the full potential of the muscles. If the muscle is tight, the athlete isn't able to fully utilize the strength potential of his/her muscles.
(C) indicates a Basic Class option available to college students
(H.S.) indicates a specific class time for Grades (8)9-12