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After School Strength and Conditioning For Athletes

By Todd M. Cambio | October 19, 2017

Middle schoolers are at the optimal time to learn strength and conditioning basics.  These are the years to cement a solid foundation of movement.

Speed Work

My focus in this age group is teaching proper movement patterns for athletes and reduce the likelihood of injury.  Things like running mechanics, speed, agility, change of direction, footwork, general strength, cardiovascular endurance, and injury prevention.

Here are how I believe all athletes should train:

 

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Where: 10 Centennial Drive, Exeter, NH at Ironman Fitness

How Much: $120 for 1 athlete

$150 for two siblings

$199 for a family plan (parents can go to any of our classes!)

 

When: 2:45 – 3:45

GIRLS Mon & Weds

BOYS Tues & Thurs

Fridays will be bonus sessions for all when announced

November 13th – December 24nd (6 weeks)

This is where my background separates me from the rest of pack.  We will play games, have a ton of fun, and get our kids ready to kill the upcoming season!

Here is a general training approach I follow to build up my athletes:

Athletic-Development-Pyramid

I would be happy to give you any more information and discuss my training philosophies.  And I encourage you to pop in on a session to check us out in action.  But come prepared- these athletes in training are notorious for calling parents and coaches out to join them!

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In case you are unfamiliar with my background, I am a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with years of coaching and athletic experience.  Before moving here to Exeter, I sold my very successful Sports Performance Training facility.  I don’t coach the kids in their specific sport (that is the role of their sport coaches), I focus on making them better athletes so they can excel in their sport.  I have coached athletes of all levels from a middle school girl’s basketball team, multiple high school teams, numerous college players, several professional athletes and even an Olympian.

Stay Strong,

Todd

www.ToddCambio.com

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