This is a new experimental Summer program called Foundation. (This program is now full)
Foundation: a body or ground upon which something is built up or overlaid
Foundation is an introduction to weight training and nutrition for 7th and 8th graders. This is a twice a week 60-90 minute workout consisting of a brief Q & A, warm up, workout and cool down. This program is coached by Scott York.
- Who is this program for? 7th and 8th graders, boys and girls
- What is this program? Weight training, conditioning, stretching, and nutrition
- When is this program? Twice a week, Tuesday and Thursday at 830am and one Saturday a month at 9 am
- How much is this program? $150/month via autopay. Sign up is below. Two-month minimum.
- How many spots are currently available? This program is now full! Thank you for your support!
More and more parents are asking me about enrolling their kids into my Strength and Performance program. Currently, my Strength and Performance program is for 9th graders and up. To better serve you, I’m starting an experimental Summer program called Foundation. This program is designed to introduce the athlete to proper weight training, conditioning, mindset, accountability, nutrition, and stretching. This is a workout program and the athlete will get their heart rate up and sweat in a motivating, encouraging environment. I will only increase loads in a conservative manner.
Bodyweight will be used along with Kettlebells, Dumbbells, Barbells, Resistance Bands, Medicine Balls and more.
Combined With: Rogue Bike, Sprints, Jumping, and the Rogue Sled.
My approach will be more of an introductory approach in which athletes get exposure to age-appropriate fundamental movements using safe form. The athlete will learn the importance of understanding intensity zones. They will also learn more about using “Focus” in athletics and sports and why Focus is such a powerful tool to tap into. My goal is to inform, inspire, and prepare athletes with the tools needed to help them perform in sports at their highest ability. There will naturally be a carryover into other areas of their lives.
This program is for those who have a burning desire to be here. As much as I’d love to work with your young athlete, please do not sign them up unless you are 100% sure that he/she wants to do this.
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*Please contact me if you need additional information before signing up.
**minimum of 4 athletes required.
Questions and Answers:
How is the “Foundation” program different from your “Strength and Performance” program?
The dynamics of this Foundation group will be a little different than the Strength and Performance program (older kids). For the Foundation program, I’m thinking more “Strength and Performance Light”. Everything will be ratcheted down a level in terms of accountability (but not expectations) so as to ease the kids into what a college level Strength and Performance program looks like without making the kids feel stressed out or nervous about “messing up”. I want them to have fun while they learn.
For example, we may warm up with a quick game of basketball (breaks down barriers, encourages laughter), then we may do a dynamic warm-up (high knees, skips, jogging, bounding, etc), then we get into the workout (starting out with broomsticks if necessary to encourage proper form, discuss “why” certain lifts are done and “what” the benefit is of the lift), then we may use medicine balls, sleds, light kettlebells, resistance bands. During all of this, I’m getting to know the athletes, talking about nutrition, goal setting and what their goals are. I’m sharing stories of success that they can relate to in order to encourage them. One Saturday out of the month at 9 am, they will be invited to work out with the high school and college football players. This will be an incredibly valuable experience for those who are open to it. The environment will be competitive but supportive and encouraging.
The underpinnings of the Foundation program are still accountability, discipline, physical and mental toughness but in a ramping up style.
What kind of results can I expect my young athlete to receive?