Strength & Conditioning
Strength & Conditioning I - BEGINNERS
Strength & Conditioning I is for middle school and high school athletes to introduce and develop proper lifting movements while making gains in strength and endurance. We strongly suggest that the athlete commits to all 10 weeks of the program to experience maximum growth.
Strength & Conditioning II - ADVANCED
This advanced training is for high school athletes and will include Olympic lifting movements as well as core (bench, squat, deadlift) and supplementary (pull-ups, etc) lifting movements. Workouts will be structured to elicit maximum gains in strength and endurance.
Participation in Strength & Conditioning II requires previous participation, completion of Strength & Conditioning I, or Director permission.
ATTIRE: Workout attire includes running shoes, shorts, T-shirt and water bottle. Bring a sweatshirt on cool and/or rainy days.
A Bible message exploring the life and Gospel of Jesus Christ is presented at each workout.
fundamentals of athletics
The focus of Athletics is athletic skill development, basic core strength and competitive skills. Foot speed drills; gymnastics/tumbling; jumping and explosion plyometrics; core and coordination drills; and strength-based skills will be included. Upon completion of this class, kids should have the basic athletic skills necessary to more quickly adjust to a specific sport.
Competitive games will be integrated throughout the training to put skills into practice and provide a venue for athletes to learn and apply the Biblical concepts of Competing Upside Down.
Each class will include a message from the Bible exploring the life and Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We ask that participants to PLEASE COMMIT TO ALL CLASS SESSIONS DURING THIS TRAINING, as this training is progressive and builds on skills learned in previous class sessions.
The Reality Sports Strength & Conditioning program is made possible primarily through donations.
Though we do not charge for training, it is not "free" (there is a cost to provide it). We simply ask families to consider the value of training and determine what you are willing and able to pay for the opportunity.
A donation box is available at every workout, or if you prefer to donate online click the virtual donation box below.