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#1 Common Question From Parents of Young Athletes

Young Athletes and secrets to success

young athletes

Do you do ‘Sport-Specific’ Training”?

 

Well, let me give you the cold hard facts… It doesn’t exist. Especially not with young athletes.

 

When working with preadolescent and high school athletes, the undeniable reality is that we are tending to an organism that is in the process of growth.  And that fact is something that we cannot do anything about, nor cause disruption to the process of.

 

What a growing and maturing body needs in order to remain injury-free and develop optimal athletic skill is variety. With respect to training, this amounts to NOT having a hyper-focus on making a young athlete a better football player by only doing exercises in the gym that the NFL players would do.

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Youth Speed & Youth Nutrition Certification Information

 

 

Youth Speed Certification

Okay, the questions have been flooding in and the hype around
the industry is absolutely huge.

 

People want to know!

 

So here’s your inside track information for the Speed & Agility Specialit certification event-

 

Location: Prairie Stone Sports & Wellness Center, Hoffman Estates Illinois

 

Dates: Saturday July 18 and Sunday July 19

 

Times: 1 – 5pm (CST) both days

 

Seats Available: 50

 

Instructors: Lee Taft & Brian Grasso

 

Credentials: Speed & Agility Specialist – Level 1

 

Recommended Hotel: Marriott Chicago Northwest

 

Special Bonuses & Surprises: This is more than a one-liner….

 

On Saturday July 18, Lee and myself will be teaching you our brand-new
4-hour Speed & Agility Specialist Certification – Level 1.

 

That you already knew.

 

But here are the special bonuses and surprises….

 

What I haven’t told you yet is that you will actually be receiving TWO certifications
during our exclusive weekend.

 

On Sunday July 19, Dr. Chris Mohr will be offering you the newest IYCA credential –

 

Youth Nutrition Specialist

 

Two certifications, one price!

 

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