Summer Strength and Conditioning

                          Summer Strength and Conditioning

Summer Strength and Conditioning

June 20th -August 17th 

Summer Schedule:

High School Big Group Training : 3 days

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

11am-12:15pm

High School Elite Training: 3-5days

Tuesday and Thursday 

Group 1: 10am-11:15am

Group 2: 11am-12:15pm

*Elite training will have the option to come in on Monday, Wednesday and Friday as well to train on there own with coach supervision from 6am to 12pm*

Our Strength and Conditioning curriculum places a high priority on skill technique, athletic coordination, balance, relative strength, optimal overall strength, education, nutrition and good ole fashion fun. It is vital for athletes to move in various directions and be able to do it with good overall relative strength. This program will help establish your son’s athletic foundation for improved performance, injury prevention, and long-term enjoyment of sports participation. 

Program Outline

Phase 1: 2-3 weeks

Phase 1 is the weeks of refining patterns of fundamental movements. The deadlift, squat, and various power movements are critical in the progression of any athlete who wants to compete at the highest level. We will break down key strength movements and educate each athlete in proper technique.

Phase 2,3 (3-4 week blocks)

   Training will focus on sport specific strength training, with each athlete receiving instruction to enhance strength and performance in his respective activity.  Programs are progressive and will challenge each athlete in various strength movements as well as specific agility drills to improve linear and lateral movement. Conditioning will come into play towards the end of the program and will be implemented at key thresholds during training. 

Nutrition

 Academy of Total Performance understands that getting stronger in the gym is only one piece to the puzzle.  Nutrition is just as important and ATP has partnered with a nutritionist to develop a specific nutritional road map for athletes.They will learn the nutrition strategies for strength training, including recommended sources of protein, carbohydrate, fat and key nutrients.  Meal planning, great snacks, and proper hydration, along with sample menus will illustrate how easy it is to be a healthy athlete.  

 

The difference between the Elite and Big Group Strength and Conditioning

 

# 1   Elite Training: 4 athletes in the Elite training,

          Big Group: 12 Athletes in the Group training

 

# 2    Elite training: has a more in-depth assessment and a specific strength and       conditioning program based on the athlete.

        Big Group: General assessment and a group training program, no specific training program.

 

# 3   Elite Training: 2 days a week in their small group and can come in the  other days in the morning to get their other workouts in, so they can train up to 5 days a week.

        Big Group: They train 3 days (Monday, Wednesday, Friday).

  

Elite Training

The elite program is geared towards athletes who want a customized program 9 week. This program is only open to 8 total athletes, 4 at 10am and 4 at 11am. This program allows for some fluctuation in the schedule because they can come in on the off days anywhere from 6am to 12:15pm ending workouts by 12:15pm

 Elite Training fills up fast and it is first come first serve.

 

Big Group Training

This program is geared towards improving the fundamentals of training and strength. We always recommend our new athletes take this program first to get into the swing of how we attack training.  

 

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Summer Pricing:

High School Big Group : 3 days a week

Paid in Full $500  (Click to purchase)

3 monthly payments: $200 ($600) (Click to purchase)

Elite High School Training 

3 monthly payments: $300  (Click to purchase)

Location:

 Line Drive Baseball 3160 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael CA, 94901

For more information, contact:

Taylor Lewis

MA, CSCS, PRT, CK-FMS, PES, RKC

559-381-6124

tlstrength@gmail.com