Each one-hour session focuses on runnning mechanics, agility, speed, core, flexibility, and strength. The drills and activities used each day work on athletic coordination, balance, and essential muscular movement patterns.
At this phase the athlete will focus on running mechanics, power, speed, agility, acceleration and max velocity. Athletes will participate in drills that teach good habits of athletic movement while refining and ingraining fundamental skills. These repeated exercises lead to permanent and positive athletic change and prepares the athlete for the next level in their sport.
Introductory Adult Program
Suspension Training uses bodyweight exercises as training movements that either the user's hands or feet are generally supported by a single anchor point while the opposite end of the body is in contact with the ground. The trainer provides the ideal mix of support and mobility to train strength, endurance, balance, coordination, flexibility, power, and core stability all at once and across a wide-range of resistance.