Speed & Agility
A.C.T. LIKE AN ATHLETE
Assess, correct, train has been our training philosophy at Correct2Compete since day one. Our speed and agility programs focus on these three elements. Assessing how an athlete moves, correcting movements to prevent injury and training to increase performance.
Being athletic and having mental toughness are skills. Our programs provide the opportunity for these skills to be learned through intentional practice and hard work. Certified speed and agility coaches and functional strength coaches lead day-to-day activities, ensuring success and safety for all athletes.
Fall Speed & Agility
Monday – Thursday
5 – 6 PM = Speed and Agility (Beginner/Elite)
6 – 7 PM = Speed and Agility (Beginner/Elite)
7 – 8 PM = Speed, Power and Conditioning (High School Group)
10 – 11 AM = Speed and Agility (Beginner/Elite)
11 – 12 AM= Speed and Agility (Beginner/Elite)
NOON – 1 PM= Speed, Power and Conditioning (High School Group)
$20 = Assessment Day
$25 = Single Session/ per athlete
$150 = 1 Month Package/ per athlete
$400 = 3 Month Package/ per athlete **No Charge for Assessments**
Family Discount: 30% discount after first child
Why Beginner and Elite Groups?
Our training program at Correct2Compete is based on the functional movement of the body and series of progressions throughout training to constantly improve your athlete’s skills. We believe that athleticism is a skill, and all skills can be learned.
By splitting our athletes into beginner and elite groups, we are able to focus on training each athlete as an individual. Assessment days are used as a way for athletes to test out of the beginner group. Coaches may move athletes from the elite to the beginner group if they feel it will be more beneficial for the athlete.
Assessment Days are the foundation for all Correct2Compete athletes, and is what separates us from other training programs. Using Functional Movement Screening (FMS), our coaches are able to track progress for each individual athlete, even in a small group setting. We believe in training your athlete in the safest, most efficient way possible.
Our assessments tell our coaches,
● How well your athlete moves
● If your athlete is at current risk of injury
● Any weaknesses or asymmetries throughout the body
● Break down of running mechanics
● Linear and lateral speed
● Core, chest and lower body power
● Basic strength