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Finally, Youth Performance Coaches Have Access to a Long Term Athletic Development System to Help Their Young Athletes Perform at the Highest Levels, Avoid Injury, and Eliminate Burn Out!
Dear Fellow Performance Coach,
We share a passion for helping young athletes reach their fullest potential! You and I both know that a Long Term Athletic Development training model produces the best, longest-lasting results.
Unfortunately, outside of the International Youth Conditioning Association and a few select resources, there isn’t much information out there on Long Term Athletic Development.
You see coaches and trainers using watered-down training programs designed for collegiate or professional level athletes.
Athletes and their parents are overwhelmed with messages from well-meaning but misinformed sources saying their athletes will get left behind if they aren’t specializing early.
That fear combined with coaching from unqualified trainers has led to a rise in injuries and burnout among our young athletes.
What it really takes to create GREAT athletes...
As coaches, if we hope to create great athletes who have a chance at being successful for the long haul, then your programs must be based of Long Term Athletic Development.
Just like a baby must learn to roll over before crawling, crawl before standing, stand before walking, and walk before running, your athletes need to build a foundation for elite level athletic performance before they can reach their maximum potential.
When athletes specialize early and skip critical steps in building this foundation, they are at extreme risk for injury and burnout.
The trouble is building that foundation early isn’t always sexy. And often coaches may not understand the exact steps to building the foundation.
However, that’s not your fault! When it comes down to it, you have to produce results, and you’ve been told that specialization is the way to do it. Or worse, coaches have forced you to do it their way or you risk losing the chance to work with the team or their athletes.
But the trends are shifting, and it’s time to get back on the LTAD path!
If you’re not sold on it yet, let’s look at a few examples of this playing out in the real world.
Urban Meyer, famous football coach at The Ohio State University, recruits mostly multi-sport athletes. In fact, some reports show that a whopping 89% of his football recruits are multi-sport athletes.
And here’s a quote from Pete Carroll, former USC Head Football Coach and now Head Coach of the Seattle Seahawks:
“The first question I’ll ask about a kid are, ‘What other sports does he play? What does he do? What are his positions? Is he a big hitter in baseball? Is he a pitcher? Does he play hoops?’ All of those things are important to me. I hate that kids don’t play three sports in high school. I think that they should play year-round and get every bit of it that they can through that experience. I really, really don’t favor kids having to specialize in one spot... I want guys that are so special athletically, and so competitive, that they can compete in more than one sport.”
Still not sure about it?
Here are a few staggering statistics:
- 50% of overuse injuries in young athletes are from children who specialize in a single sport.
- An Ohio State University study found that children who specialized early in a single sport led to higher rates of adult physical inactivity, mostly due to the fact that they are most likely to quit and suffer a lifetime of consequences.
- In a Loyola University study of 1200 youth athletes, researchers found that early specialization was one of the strongest predictors of injury. The athletes who specialized were 70-93% more likely to be injured than multi-sport athletes.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg!
But it’s not just about specializing in one sport; it’s about the specialized training that goes along with it. Your job as a performance coach is to create a better athlete, which means a well-rounded athlete.
The overly specialized programs that young athletes are placed in do them much more harm than good!
Your LTAD Coaches…
Even the best coaches need great coaches to mentor them and keep them at the top of their game. That’s why we’ve decided to recruit and work with the top performance coaches and thought leaders when it comes to youth performance training in the world!
Dr. Toby Brooks has served as the Clinical Coordinator and as an Associate Professor in the Master of Athletic Training Program at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, Texas, since 2009. Additionally, he is the former Director of Research and Education for the International Youth Conditioning Association, a position he held for more than 10 years (2005-2015).
The Golconda, Illinois, native completed his undergraduate studies in Athletic Training and was named one of the Top 25 Graduating Seniors at Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC) in 1998. He then accepted a graduate assistant athletic trainer position at the University of Arizona. At the U of A, he completed both his Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Physical Education while working with the Wildcat women's gymnastics, football, and baseball programs.
Brooks has worked as a certified athletic trainer and/or strength coach with numerous professional, collegiate, and high school athletics programs, including the Oakland Raiders, USA Baseball, the University of Texas El Paso, Liberty University, the Florida Firecats, Shawnee Community College, the Southern Illinois Miners, and seven high schools across three states. He has also published multiple articles and studies and is a regular presenter at national and international conferences.
Brooks currently serves on the Youth Special Interest Group (SIG) for the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is an active member of the Changing the Game Project. He is also co-founder and creative director for NiTROhype Creative, a graphic design firm specializing in athletic-, fitness-, and motorsports-based businesses. He and his wife Christi reside in Lubbock with their daughter Brynnan (12) and son Taye (9).
Dave Gleason is the owner of one of the top youth training facilities in the world, Athletic Revolution Pembroke, and has worked with thousands of athletes ranging from shy six-year-olds to all-stars at the professionals level. He’s also an acclaimed international presenter on youth fitness and is widely regarded as the industry’s top expert for coaching kids ages 6-13.
Dave has played a pivotal role in the development of the assessment and programming systems for Athletic Revolution International as well as new franchisee training and support. Athletic Revolution and its programming is now recognized in over 19 countries around the globe.
Dave is the co-creator of the popular IYCA Youth Speed Development and Complete Athletic Development (CAD) products. Dave’s book contributions include the IYCA Youth Fitness Specialist Level 1 text Essentials of Youth Conditioning and Fitness (Second Edition), IYCA Concepts of Youth Athletic Assessment, and How Much Does a Zebra Weigh? by Kyle Brown.
Dave is an expert contributor and advisor to international brands and consultant to trainers, coaches, physical educators, youth sports organizations, and public school systems K-12.
Wil Fleming is a sports performance coach and an expert in creating a more explosive athlete. His expertise comes from years of training and coaching athletes in multiple sports. His athletes are routinely the most explosive, fastest, and strongest on the field. He is also one of the strongest medium-sized guys you will ever run into, boasting some pretty decent numbers on the platform and in the weight room.
Wil is the co-owner of Force Fitness and Performance and Athletic Revolution Bloomington in Bloomington, IN. Force Fitness just turned 6 years old and is already one of the most successful training facilities in the Midwest with nearly 300 clients, 60 athletes earning Division I scholarships and nearly 125 athletes moving on to compete at the NCAA level in Division I, II, III.
In addition to being a business owner, Wil was one of the authors of the IYCA’s Essentials of High School Strength and Conditioning, along with other noted performance experts Eric Cressey, Mike Robertson, and Dr. Toby Brooks.
Wil’s teaching methods for the Olympic lifts have been featured in the DVD Complete Olympic Lifting and the recently released book Complete Olympic Lifting Handbook. In addition, he is a regular contributor to the IYCA blog, STACK (a magazine for high school athletes), and T-Nation where Wil writes about the being an explosive athlete/dude.
Wil is a sought-after speaker on the topics of power development, speed, and strength training for athletes. He has spoken at the IYCA International Summit (2010-14), the Elite Fitness and Performance Summit (2015), the Midwest Performance Enhancement Seminar (2011,2014), Building Better Athletes Seminar (2012), the College of the Canyons Strength and Conditioning Clinic (2012), and in Europe (2013, 2015) .
Prior to being a business owner, he was an Olympic Trials participant, an all-American athlete, and the school record holder at Indiana University as a hammer thrower. Wil was a resident athlete at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs for Olympic weightlifting after winning a Jr. National Championship in the same sport.
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The industry is trending back towards Long Term Athletic Development, and you can be one of the first to have these insider secrets.
Act now before your advantage is lost!
You can either be a part of the solution or a part of the problem in the youth sports performance industry.
Long Term Athletic Development is the only way to train young athletes. It gives them the best chance for success, prevents injuries, and sets them up for a lifetime of physical activity.
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