Lake Volleyball Club: Sports Performance Training

Wednesday, September 3
Sports Performance Training for both Junior Athletes and Adults



2014 Sports Performance Training

Keep Agile and Strong

Training is open to all ages.  No Club Membership required for training.

OBJECTIVES

Improve:

*Vertical jump

*Serving and hitting power

*Good biomechanics to prevent injury and improve performance

*Overall athletic conditioning, health & fitness

  

  COST:

Private Training $270.00 – 1 hour training once a week for 6 weeks

                            OR $ 540.00 – 1 hour training twice a week for 6 weeks

Semi Private Training (2-3 athletes) $210.00 per person– 1 hour training once a week for 6 weeks

                            OR $ 420.00 per person– 1 hour training twice a week for 6 weeks

Small Group Training (4-6 athletes) $150.00 per person– 1 hour training once a week for 6 weeks

                            OR $ 300.00 per person – 1 hour training twice a week for 6 weeks 

Personal Fitness Training
A Convenience fee added for all credit card payments

Location:

Lake Volleyball Club Training Center

3316 Old Hartford Rd Suite B

Lake Stevens, WA 98258 

Meet your Sports Performance Coaches  

Maurice Agol:  Personal Trainer, Health and Fitness, and Athletic Conditioning.?
BSc. Exercise and Sport Science (WWU)?American College of Sports Medicine, Health Fitness Specialist

This will be Maurice’s 2nd year on staff with Lake VBC and 3rd year in the Lake VBC family.  Maurice has been in the Fitness industry for over 15 years.  He believes in holistic approach to being healthy, therefore, he advocates healthy dietary habits (NOT DIETING), regular exercise, stress management, adequate sleep, mental stability, adequate hydration, etc.  He believes that the prevalence of injury in young athletes is mostly due to the growth spurt without the corresponding muscular strength and stability. His training program includes Dynamic warm up/movement preparation, Strength training, Interval/Plyometric/Agility, Endurance, Core/Balance and Cool down/Foam roller mobilizations. He says that a simple movement screen can reveal fitness deficiencies that can be corrected with a specific tailored exercise program, thus preventing injury and improving athletic performance.  He adds “Diagnosing an injury is not within my scope of practice, but I will work with athlete’s Physical therapist to continue therapeutic exercise program outside the clinic”. Specialties:  Functional/Athletic and Strength Conditioning, Physical Therapy clinic rehabilitation experience, Weight management, Metabolic disorders. 
 
Chris Mattingly:  Sports Performance Coach
BAPE, MEd., 
USATF Level II Jumps and Decathlon/Heptathlon coach.  USA Weightlifting Club Coach.  NSCA CSCS. Member of the United States Track and Field Coaches Association, National Strength and Conditioning Association, and USA Weightlifting Federation

This will be Chris' 1st year on staff with Lake VBC and 5th year in the Lake VBC family.  Chris has been teaching and coaching Sports Performance for the past 23 years at every level from elementary age athletes up to collegiate and professional.  During that time Chris has produced programs that are training age/skill appropriate with the founding tenants of 1.) Do no harm (injury prevention) and 2.) Increased athletic performance. Chris specializes in sports performance for speed and power athletes, tailoring workouts to the individuals needs and increasing identified performance indicators (i.e. lower body power/vertical jump).  Chris has worked at Lake Stevens High School as the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator for 20 years as well as Seattle University and Velocity Sports Performance.

    

                     

To register: 

Email: Rachelle at lakevbc@gmail.com to hold your spot (72 hours hold).  We will email you the registration form.



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