Classes

8-11 (Youth) – This phase is perhaps the most important in terms of forming overall athletic development, and creating a life-long enjoyment of physical activity. The neuromuscular (mind to muscle) system at this point is a fresh sponge soaking in everything that it is exposed to. Movement patterns learned during this time can either increase or decrease the athlete’s chances of having a successful, injury-minimized career depending on if they are taught properly. Our youth programs are 60 minute sessions dedicated to the development of efficient neuromuscular patterns that lead to proper foundational movement patterns in terms of acceleration technique, balance, deceleration technique, total body coordination, multi-directional movements(agility), and beginning strength training exercises.

12+ (Foundational Development) – The next phase is a continuation of the foundation building that took place in the youth program. Our goal does not change. We are still developing efficient neuromuscular (mind to muscle) patterns that lead to proper foundational movement patterns in terms of acceleration technique, balance, deceleration technique, total body coordination, multi-directional movements and strength training exercises. Once the athlete shows proficiency, more challenging progressions are introduced. In addition, we introduce top end speed (max velocity) mechanics. These sessions are 90 minutes, with an extra 30 minutes dedicated to strength training.

15+ (Next Level) – Foundational movement patterns form next level athleticism. Even at this phase our main goal does not change. We still aim to develop efficient neuromuscular (mind to muscle) patterns that lead to proper foundational movement patterns in terms of acceleration technique, maximum velocity technique, deceleration technique, total body coordination, multi-directional movements and strength training exercises. At this point most athletes have developed these mind to muscle patterns and it is now time to fine tune them. In addition, during these 90 minute sessions, we begin to combine all of the different foundational movement patterns together in various forms to show the athlete how everything comes together in competitive situations. In addition, our strength training portion evolves in intensity and complexity to further challenge neuromuscular development as well as optimize strength and power production.

Team Training – Teams that train in challenging environments together forge a bond that is unbreakable in critical game situations. Our team training programs create proper foundational movement patterns in a fun, challenging team atmosphere. These sessions are flexible enough take place at the team practice site, or they can be held at our site center.

Professional Athletes & Potential Professional Athletes – Even at the highest of levels of athleticism improvements can be made. Even Tiger Woods has a swing coach. Staying true to our goal of developing efficient neuromuscular (mind to muscle) patterns that lead to proper foundational movement patterns in terms of acceleration technique, maximum velocity technique, deceleration technique, total body coordination, multi-directional movements and strength training exercises, we add in progression and complexity at it’s highest level to help these special athletes raise their game and athleticism to unimaginable heights.