Sports Performance
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Level II training continues to improve the athletic base and skills athletes learned in our Level I training program. A previously established athletic base allows our coaching staff to instruct your athlete more specifically in order to further increase strength, endurance and flexibility. This continued training will lead to increased productivity and less likelihood of injury.

Our focus in Level II is further building the concepts from Level I, but also instructing new, more advanced movement patterns specific to your child’s skill level. Athletes who participate in this program will develop a greater mental library of athletic skills and build athletic confidence.

Groups are generally limited to 10 athletes each, to ensure instruction and training is done correctly and efficiently. Rather than dividing children by age, we group athletes based on a fitness evaluation so children can work with others at the same level which helps to decrease frustration and increase self confidence. Each session is 90 minutes long, and includes 60 minutes of Speed and Agility training, followed by 30 minutes of Power and Strength training. Our Level II Power and Strength program is considered advanced and meets all National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) guidelines for pre-pubescent strength training (age and other restrictions apply).

If you are unsure if your child should begin in Level I or Level II, please contact us. Once he/she child participates in an athletic evaluation, we will be better able to identify the best fit for your child. Parents are welcome to stay in our lobby throughout evaluations and training sessions.

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