Archive for “Progressive System” Tag

A Rare Training Program for Young Athletes

‘Rare’ is another way of saying ‘scarcity’.

 

Uncommon.

 

But scarcity also means a ‘shortage of supply’.

 

And while I can absolutely assure you that there are no shortages in the supply of ‘Complete Athlete Development’ systems available, I can also positively promise that its rareness is something you simply must consider.

 

There are some books on Speed & Agility Training that contain fantastic information and practical steps for you to follow.

 

You can find DVD’s and video products that show you how to incorporate optimal Strength Training into the conditioning programs for your athletes.

 

And if you search hard (and long) enough, you’ll likely come across some resources that help you understand how to build maximal Coordination and Movement Skill into your youth participants, also.

 

But all of that (and then some) in one complete system?

 

As rare and uncommon as it gets.

 

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Exercise Programs For Kids and The Art Of Teaching Speed

Exercise Programs For Kids Speed Training

One of my favorite things to teach, both to young athletes as well as
Coaches, is the mechanics of speed.

 

Deceleration techniques specifically.

 

And that’s because speed is seldom taught as a skill at all.

 

Usually, the ‘speed work’ of a training session consists of some hurdles,
cones, sprinting and ‘plyo’ exercises with little attention being paid to
form or function.

 

Simply put, we don’t often TEACH speed and respect it in the way we
should.

 

Young athletes can (and should) be taught how to become faster and
more efficient from a movement perspective.

 

And in order to do that correctly, you must have a progressive system
in place that allows them to learn.

 

I always teach speed by instructing on the skill of deceleration first –
and I teach that from both a lateral and linear perspective.

 

Here’s my overview for teaching the skill of lateral deceleration for Exercise Programs For Kids:

 

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Youth Athletic Development Coaching For Speed – A Lost Art

What you’re about to see is one of the final phases of a system for

teaching speed and agility to improve youth athletic development.

 

You start youth athletic development by Introducing ‘Skill Sets’.

 

You then Teach ‘Deceleration Techniques’ through the Principles
of Movement.

 

You then Integrate these techniques into a functional and
specific format.

 

It is progressive and systems oriented.

 

And it works.

 

Notice how I coach as my athletes are working.

 

I stop to show and explain what was right and what was wrong.

 

Coaching is an art.

 

It is a never ending process of correction and affirmation in youth athletic development.

 

Here’s that video –

 

 

 

 

Crisp, clean and direct.

 

Now that is the culmination of a progressive speed training system.

 

 

1) Introduce
2) Teach
3) Integrate

 

 

It doesn’t get easier than that and yet still, very few Coaches and Trainers do it right.

 

I’m not going to bother you with ‘testimonials’ or a ‘sales ad’ here.

 

Just click the link below and look hard at my Complete Athlete Development system.

 

The ‘How To’ for developing young athletes from 6 – 18 years old.

 

Including this Speed and Agility progressive system.

 

With a guaranteed money back stipulation, you have absolutely nothing
to lose.

 

Here’s your exclusive link –

 


Complete Athlete Development – Click Here and See For Yourself

 

 

Brian