An introductory PHASE that focuses on mobility (flexibility), agility, balance, reaction speed, and coordination for young athletes. There is an extreme emphasis on posture and joint flexibility in this PHASE to make sure the foundation is laid for future conditioning. Depending on size abilities, this PHASE is for athletes ages 8-10.
This PHASE introduces more resistance training to the workout for the athlete that is more developed in age and size than PHASE I. The PHASE I foundations of mobility, agility, coordination, and reaction speed are continued with an increased intensity and volume. This PHASE usually matches ages 11-14 and is also great for building any young athlete’s fitness base.
This PHASE is for the athlete that is able to maintain proper form and technique with heavier resistance and more repetitions. There is much more emphasis on building strength at this PHASE compared to PHASE II and there is an increase in the intensity and complexity of the speed training drills. This group is highly motivated and looking to increase their speed and strength to gain an edge on their competition. If you are a high school or college athlete and really want to get stronger and faster, this PHASE is for you.
Hands on football speed and skills development that comes from 13 years of NFL experience. Here you have athletes who’ve played the game teaching athletes how to play the game. The foundation of this program includes Combine prep, linear and lateral football speed, agility and position specific skill development. This class requires no equipment but does require contact in one on one drills and skill work with hand shields.
The top PHASE of our speed-strength training program is for college and professional athletes. This is the end all and be all in the speed-strength program. If you are preparing for the NFL combine or need pre-season/off-season training as a college/professional athlete then this is where you will become better than ever. While results may be in fractions of a second, they can translate into thousands of dollars in earnings or scholarships.