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Sports Performance Training

Training designed for athletes

Summer Training

Grades 7-12
July 7-August 29
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 9-9:45am
$20/session

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**Note: the time slot for the group is set up for 9-10am, but it will run 9-9:45am**

 

AN ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE TRAINING PROGRAM LIKE NO OTHER
43 Hoops, in partnership with Hopkins Health & Wellness Center and Snap Fitness, has developed a unique, results-driven athletic training system. Designed for highly motivated athletes, this program will help each participant achieve his or her full athletic potential through a system of exercises designed to optimize muscular explosiveness.

THE SCIENCE OF ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE
At its core, our program focuses on increasing an athlete’s Rate of Force Development (RFD), i.e. the time it takes for muscles to achieve maximum output. Having big, bulky muscles is important for a body builder; but for an athlete, it’s much more important to train muscles to exert maximal force in minimal time. This allows the athlete to run faster, jump higher, throw harder, etc. We work with each athlete individually to increase his or her RFD through a combination of ballistic, dynamic, and plyometric exercises.

PERSONALIZED & PROGRESSIVE (ONE-ON-ONE TRAINING)
We customize the program around the athletic strengths and weaknesses of each individual athlete. Additionally, we use periodic tests to assess each participant’s progress and make necessary adjustments to ensure that the program continues to work efficiently for his or her unique needs and goals.

ABOVE & BEYOND
We take a holistic view of athletic training, recognizing that competitive athletes need to train hard, eat right, live healthy lifestyles, manage stress, and develop focus and discipline in order to reach their full potential. Accordingly, we provide all participants with information on good nutrition and lifestyle habits as well as motivation support and basic training in psychological techniques for athletes.

GROUP TRAINING
Groups of no more than 8 athletes train together, encouraging and challenging each other in a team setting. Each 1-hour session is divided into two segments. The first half-hour is dedicated to strength-, plyometric-, and jump-training, targeting large muscle groups. Participants learn proper weight-lifting form/technique and develop an understanding of how their bodies work (issues with joint pain are addressed). The second half-hour is dedicated to speed, agility-, footwork-, coordination-, and conditioning-training. Participants learn to use mental focus to push their bodies to their physical limits.

TRAINERS AND PHYSICAL THERAPISTS WORKING TOGETHER
Hopkins Snap Fitness & Hopkins Health and Wellness Center’s Sports Rehabilitation Center have jointly developed sports training and rehabilitation programs for athletes at all levels of performance. With help from leading orthopedists, sports medicine physicians, and chiropractors, this team of trainers and physical therapists has become a leading provider of safe, effective, and results-oriented athletic training.

The lead trainer at 43 Hoops is Seth Perrier (NFPT & NASM Certified Personal Trainer). You will immediately recognize his passion for athletic training. Seth served in the U.S. Army, where he was in charge of physical training for his platoon. Whether it’s athletic training, speed training, explosive exercise, plyometrics, or just general fitness and weight loss, he has the tools, training, and experience to help you achieve your goals.

WHAT CLIENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT THIS PROGRAM
“Innovative and effective. They say once a person’s mind is expanded with an idea or concept, it can never be satisfied to go back to where it was. That’s how I feel about this training. I can’t imagine going back to the way I used to train.”
P.J. Hill
Former Ohio State Buckeye Current 43 Hoops Trainer

“Challenging my body physically with sports training helped me maximize my strength, speed and coordination.” Troy Hudson
Former Wolves Guard