In an effort to provide the best sports performance training options for our athletes, we have decided to create an “open” calendar that the athletes can use to schedule their workouts during the summer. This will allow them to have some flexibility on when they come in and can adjust based on practices, vacations, tournaments, work, etc. We will still have a capacity on how many athletes can attend at one time so it will be important that they schedule their appointments prior to coming in. 

 

Each athlete will receive individuation to their programs when needed (to include considerations for summer games, injuries, vacation workouts, etc) and will track their workouts in our ADAPT Fitness app. They will also have access to our new recovery room that includes compression boots, percussion therapy (thera gun) and inversion. 

 

The Summer program will include 15 weeks of training beginning the week of May 17 (hopefully the following week for those going for a championship run) and will run through the week of August 23. The training will be broken down into multiple phases including:

    • Weeks 1-4: Post-Season/ Prep Phase 1

      • The goal of this phase will be to get the body ready for a return to performance training following time off due to their sport. We will focus on any nagging injuries/ movement restrictions and work on a muscular strength and endurance “base” and joint stability. 

    • Week 5: Performance Testing 

      • With the end of Prep Phase 1, we will do pre-test to see where we are currently at in a number of sports performance tests to include:

        • Strength: Hang Clean, Squat, Bench

        • Explosiveness: Vertical Jump, Broad Jump, MB Throw

        • Speed/ Agility: 10 yard sprint, 5-10-5 short shuttle 

    • Weeks 6-9: Prep Phase 2

      • The goal of this phase is strength! All of our athletes are strong, but it is time to get stronger. While in this strength phase, we will continue to add explosive movements and running mechanics in to the program so that they can continue to “learn” how to use their new found strength. 

    • Weeks 10-12: Prep Phase 3 

      • The goal of this phase is to use a concurrent training model to continue to build strength while at the same time adding in more power movements. We will also continue to build in more plyometrics throughout as well as adding a speed emphasis. 

    • Weeks 13-15: Prep Phase 4/ Testing 

      • Within this phase our focus will be “power”. We need to start to peak our athletes that will be competing in fall sports, therefore maximizing our explosiveness and additional max speed training.

 

**these phases can be flexible based on individual needs and when their season will begin

 

During phase 1, most of our athletes will still be in school so we will schedule sessions for after school/ early evening. College athletes, contact me so we can add in morning slots. Once school is out, sessions will run Monday- Friday with the majority of the time slots in that 10:00am- 1:00pm window. I will be able to add some early morning times for those that will be working and other times as needed. Total number of classes per day will be based on total number of athletes registered. 

 

Cost: There will be 2 options for the training.

 

 

 

***PLEASE NOTE THESE LINKS ARE PRIVATE AND ONLY BEING OFFERED TO CURRENT ADAPT ATHLETES FOR THE INITAL LAUNCH. IF YOU KNOW SOMEONE THAT IS NOT A CURRENT ATHLETE, BUT WANTS TO PARTICIPATE, PLEASE HAVE THEM CONTACT ME DIRECTLY.***

Summer High School/ Collegiate Strength & Conditioning