Designed for young athletes competing in sport, our youth performance programs develop strength, mobility and conditioning, critical to performance and injury prevention, including programs tailored to sport specific training.

In-season Strength and Conditioning for Baseball

Intensity
Low
High

Lead by PISE’s High Performance Coordinator Chris Hinton, athletes will experience programming carefully designed to help baseball players maintain specific strength and power during the in-season and capitalize on gains made in the off season!

wednesday
7:00–8:00 PM
May 30–Aug 1
Reg. #4575

Need 4 Speed Training Camp (Ages 12-16)

Intensity
Low
High

Need 4 Speed is targeted at young athletes looking to achieve the next level of performance. No matter your sport, SPEED is one of the largest differentiating factor for success. Speed is a skill that, like learning to dribble a ball or stick handle, must be practiced in order for improvements to be made. Under the supervision of coach Khyl Orser (MSc. Exercise Science), athletes will train for speed, power, and agility by developing high quality technique through drills and resistance training.

Training sessions for the Level 2 program are targeted at Athletes that have completed the Level 1 Training Camp and are looking to continue to build their skills and speed. Athletes will progress to more complex drills with the introduction of change of direction technique, and Athletes in the Level 2 Training Camp will be given homework to further their development.

monday, wednesday
5:00–6:30 PM
Jul 23–Aug 8
Reg. #4621
Boys Group Level 1 (Age 12-16) No Class August 06
monday, wednesday
6:40–8:10 PM
Jul 23–Aug 8
Reg. #4622
Girls Group Level 1 (Age 12-16) No Class August 06
tuesday, thursday
5:00–6:30 PM
Jul 17–Aug 2
Reg. #4619
Boys Group Level 2 (Age 12-16)
tuesday, thursday
6:40–8:10 PM
Jul 17–Aug 2
Reg. #4581
Girls Group (Age 12-16)

Soccer Performance S & C

Intensity
Low
High

This program offers soccer specific strength and conditioning focused on targeting muscles and movement patterns required for increased performance and decreased chances for injury. Sprint, jump, and cutting technique will be major areas of focus as they tend to require the most time to develop effectively in young athletes. We will also focus on functional movement patterns to help develop effective neuromuscular patterning being reinforced in a controlled environment so they are instinctively put into play during game play and practice.

 

DRIVE Jr. (ages 14-22)

Intensity
Low
High

In order to maximize your performance in the shell, it is important to supplement your time on the water with dry land training. This program is created specifically to improve your rowing performance with training protocols designed to increase mobility, decrease the risk of acute and chronic injury and improve strength and power. Developed by former National Team Rower, Lindsay Lynk (née Forget), up and coming rowers will learn the weight room fundamentals and rowing specific conditioning protocols to take their performance to the next level!

tuesday, thursday
6:30–7:30 AM
Apr 10–Jun 28
Reg. #4427