Advanced Player Development

What's Happening
Bantam A Hockey Dryland - Brantford Fall/Winter 2016/2017
PeeWee A Hockey Dryland - Brantford Fall/Winter 2016/2017
Lil Stars Soccer - Holy Name of Jesus
October 18, 2016
Lil Stars Basketball - St. Brigid
October 18, 2016
Lil Stars Basketball - Six Nations
October 12, 2016
Lil Stars Soccer - St. Lawrence
October 13, 2016
Lil Stars Basketball - St. Patrick
October 19, 2016
St. Brigid Multi Sport - October-December 2016
St. Luke Multi Sport - October-December 2016
Six Nations Softball/Baseball Lil Stars - Ohsweken Winter 2016
LIL STARS SOCCER DEVELOPMENT - St. Luke
Winter 2016
St. Patrick Defending Differences Train the Trainer -
Winter 2016
St. Agnes Defending Differences Train the Trainer -
Winter/Spring 2016
Celtic Gold Softball Training - Milton - 16 Weeks - Wednesday's 8-10pm
Fall/Winter 2016
Brantford Novice Black Winter Training -
Winter/Spring 2016
Novice Red Rising Stars Hitting Training - Brantford
Winter/Spring 2016
Bantam Boys Team Training Hitting - Brantford
Winter/Spring 2016
Summer Program TBA -

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Athletic Performance Training is a vital component of advanced player development. Athletic skills are the cornerstones of any Advanced Training Program. Improvements in Speed, Power, Agility, Quickness, and Reaction Time, will literally give you a step on the competition and make you a stronger competitor!

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Jarrett Smith, Performance Director

   

What We Do

Elite Instruction and Coaching
Age and Skill Appropriate Development
Fundamental Focus and Physical Refinement
Athletic Skills Development
Challenging and Fun Skills and Drills
Advanced Training and Protocols
Sport Specific Testing and Assessment
Sport and Leadership

Training Foundations
Speed
Promote explosive muscle power
Power
Force x velocity
Agility
The combination of speed and accuracy developed through the practice of changing direction.
Quickness
Speed, rapidity, and instancy are words used to describe quickness. Reaction time can be considered the precursor to quickness.
Balance
Needed in varying degrees for all sports and can be developed though practice of specific movements which are dependent on the action and position of the limbs.