12/30/2019

Teen Strength & Conditioning


We are a program committed to making our students stronger, faster & healthier. Our Strength and Conditioning training program will improve overall speed, strength and conditioning for both athlete and non athlete.


When speaking with parents of youth about strength and conditioning, the conversation typically begins with a process of reassurance that age appropriate programming is suitable for a developing athlete. Through peer reviewed research, the National Strength and Conditioning Association has determined that strength and conditioning for the youth athlete can be both safe and effective in developing strength, coordination and athleticism starting from the age of six (NSCA, 2009). With this thought in mind, the following five points highlight how strength and conditioning can be useful for the youth athlete. Preparation for the future, Reduced injury risk, Increases in strength, Small incidence of burnout or overspecialization, More enjoyment in movement and physical activity for a lifetime.

Students will learn the proper techniques and purpose behind each exercise and drill they are asked to perform. This allows for a connection to the exercise and focus on any specific weaknesses. The students will also learn how each exercise and drill will help them perform at a higher level in their sport and/or everyday life.

Workouts can include:

  • Sprinting Mechanics
  • Footwork & Foot Speed
  • Agility
  • Balance/Stability/Flexibility
  • Gymnastics Movements
  • Conditioning
  • Coordination
  • Core Training
  • Weight Training