The Strength and Conditioning program is designed to be FUN and challenging, with specific movements that teach our kids the skills and disciplines that they can use in their chosen sport and in life. The sessions provide the kids with friendly competition to challenge them as they work hard to improve. The physical movements are sport and age appropriate focusing on all aspects of athleticism, proper warm up, power, agility, speed(running mechanics), first step quickness, strength, sports specific conditioning, balance, coordination, focus, core strength, proper cool down, sports specific stretching, injury prevention and the importance of good nutrition. We spend a lot of time working on the proper form to insure that each exercise and movement is performed correctly so each child gets safe results. Each session will help our young athletes gain confidence and a strong athletic foundation to grow from.
As the demand on athletes to be the best that they can in their chosen sport grows. Strength and conditioning provides a proven means to help athlete’s gain the edge they need to compete at higher levels and to reduce the chance of injuries.
Through testing, we work to identify the weak links in every athlete’s physical performance, and from there we will develop a program to educate, improve athleticism, and reduce injury risk. Through corrective exercises, strength and conditioning (S&C), as well as Speed, Agility and Quickness, (SAQ), all providesd in a structured, challenging, and fun environment.
U11, U12, U13 Boys & Girls 5:30 – 6:30
U14, U15, U16 Girls 6:30 – 7:30
U14, U15, U16 Boys 7:30 – 8:30
$20 per player per session
$125 for three months
To register for Strength & Conditioning Training, please contact Coach Howie at firstname.lastname@example.org. We ask that all attendees register before 9:00 PM on the day before the session (Thursday).
Coach Howie Humbyrd
Coach Howie holds a Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine and a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology (with a Minor in Health and Psychology), both from Eastern Washington University. He is currently working on completing his Masters degree in Human Movement from the Arizona School of Health Sciences.
National Athletic Trainers Association – Certified Athletic Trainer
National Strength & Conditioning Association – Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
Functional Movement Screening Certification
Reaction, Agility, Power, and Strength Certification
International Youth Conditioning Association – Youth Fitness Specialist Level 1
International Youth Conditioning Association – Youth Speed and Agility Specialist
International Youth Conditioning Association – Youth Nutrition Specialist
International Youth Conditioning Association – Youth Resistance Band Trainer