SG FIT CAMP
SG is providing a pre-season sports performance training for middle school and high school athletes centered specifically around their club/school season start date.
SG FIT provides sports performance training that is specific to soccer players and incorporates technical training as well. The mission is to train each athlete to maximize his/her strength, speed, power, and agility/footwork all while reducing and preventing injuries and providing technical training to keep players sharp.
The program will be developed and coached by Dena Floyd. Having a high level of experience playing and coaching, Dena is able to uniquely combine her soccer expertise with her background and knowledge as a strength & conditioning/sports performance specialist.
Program Topics/Demands of Soccer
Soccer taps into all three energy systems (ATP, anaerobic, and aerobic systems), so you must train all three systems.
Strength and Power- Helps improve speed, acceleration and deceleration on field, decreases muscle imbalances, helps fight off opponents, and decreases prevents injury
Speed and Agility
Cognitive Speed – Anticipation, recognition, reaction
Neuromuscular Speed- Acceleration, deceleration, transition, speed endurance
Soccer Specific/Situational Speed- Speed against an opponent, speed with ball,
Speed with ball against opponent
Flexibility- Maintaining range of motion prevents and decreases joint pain, prevents and decreases injury, and allows for more mobility in movement
Conditioning- Metabolic training to increase fitness and meet the demands of soccer in order to play a full game at a high level
Recovery Strategies- Allows athletes to train to their full potential and it also prevents overtraining and injuries or sickness. Recovery strategies are composed of training, mental and nutritional strategies
Technical Work- Technical work at the end of each session will help athletes perform while their bodies are tired. This allows students to perform the things they’ve learned throughout the session, in soccer specific environments and create habits to take to the field at the end of tough matches
November 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th
January 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th
February 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th
9101 Durant Rd
Raleigh, NC 27616
Cleats, indoor or turf shoes are fine to wear for training. Shin guards are necessary in group sessions. SG has plenty of soccer balls and there are water fountains around the field.
Option 1: Online payment using the payment steps below.
Option 2: Check payment. Made out to Soccer Genome. Brought/mailed to 9101 Durant Rd
or pay by check!
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