In the world of youth sports training there is no other single topic that is discussed as much as strength training. “Should my young athlete strength train?”, is commonly asked by parents. To answer the question properly we first must quantify the term “strength training”. At Peak One Performance we believe any training that makes a young person more prepared for their future is “Strength Training”. One does not need to use weights to gain strength. Especially for pre adolescent minds and bodys that are plastic (moldable) by nature. Teaching young athletes as young as 6 yrs. old the proper way to squat, jump, and run, and other physical movement types will build amazing neuromuscular response that will make your boy or girl “stronger”. The muscle memory gained through constant proper movement will build coordination. Coordination leads to athleticism. Athleticism builds confidence. Confidence builds champions.
The Peak One Performance Strength Training sessions are built around age appropriate exercises for players 6-18. From Coordination Development to Olympic Lifting, each program we teach is carefully thought out to best suit the coordination level of each individual player. Our programs are progressive as the coordination of the player grows. We test bi-weekly to show the athletes progress and improvement.