Youth Athlete Strength & Conditioning Program

High school athletes looking to prepare for the upcoming football, soccer, field hockey, and volleyball seasons in the fall of 2019 can train their minds and bodies.

Starting on June 17th, we are offering three Strength and Conditioning sessions. Each session meets 2 times a week for 3 weeks. You can participate in one, two, or three sessions. This program is designed for athletes that want to put in the hard work in the off-season to dominate their competition.

The training program will include mobility, flexibility, power, speed and strength development. Every exercise and training tool we use will develop specific movements and demands that each sport places on the athlete. We are looking for athletes that are serious about getting better and are willing to go the distance.

Session Schedule:

  • Session 1: June 17th – July 12th (no session the week of July 4th)
  • Session 2: July 15th – August 2nd
  • Session 3: August 5th – August 23rd

Each session runs on Tuesday & Thursday morning from 10 AM – Noon and all participants can attend yoga classes Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9:30 AM.

Pricing

  • Single Session: $250
  • Two Sessions: $399 (save $101)
  • Three Sessions: $499 (save $251)

Multiple Participants?
Families with multiple participants are eligible for a 10% discount for 2 participants and a 15% discount for 3 participants.

Join us this summer to make this coming fall sports season the most successful yet!

About Your Coach

Reece Ayers

Reece graduated from Springfield College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Exercise Science, Cum Laude, where he played Lacrosse. Reece is a Strength and Conditioning Coach at a Nike SPARQ Training Center called Athletic Evolution in Woburn, MA where he trains youth, high school, college, and professional athletes. Reece as a Functional Movement Coach for a company based out of California called Worklete and would fly across the country performing coaching seminars for companies including Nestle and Penske; we instruct their employees who work in labor-intensive positions how to move well and avoid acute/chronic injuries. Reece is currently working on his master’s degree in strength & conditioning and recently became a certified strength and conditioning coach through National Strength and Conditioning Association NSCA

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