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A LEVEL - A Level workouts are designed primarily for preadolescent (lack of secondary sex characteristics) children. These workouts are designed to lay the foundation for young athletes. The goal for these programs are fundamentals and fitness. Since the majority of athletic improvement is due to neuromuscular adaptation, the A Level workouts emphasize balance, stability, coordination, conditioning and core strength.

AA LEVEL - AA Level workouts are designed for adolescent (developed secondary sex characteristics) teens. As an athlete’s body matures and changes during puberty, the types of workouts need to mature and change accordingly. After puberty, training-induced gains in strength are typically associated with gains in muscle hypertrophy due to hormonal influences. This places a higher emphasis on training techniques that include flexibility, resistance, anaerobic and aerobic conditioning and beginner/intermediate plyometrics. Athletes will see and feel major changes throughout this athletic development program.

LEVEL 1 - It is recommended that all adults start with Level One workouts regardless of training experience. Level One workouts are designed for, but not limited to, individuals with less than six months of serious training experience. Serious training can be defined as working out on a regular basis, 3-5 days a week, targeting both anaerobic and aerobic results. Level One workouts focus on core exercises that lay the foundation for long lasting results and more advanced workout programs (Level 2).

LEVEL 2 - It is still recommended that all adults start with Level One workouts regardless of training experience. Level Two workouts are designed for individuals with a minimum of 6-12 months of serious training experience or those that have completed a Level One workout. It is important to have a solid base of strength and conditioning when proceeding to Level Two workouts. These workout programs begin to introduce advanced training techniques with a higher volume of workload.

LEVEL 3 - Level Three workout programs are designed for individuals with at least 1-2 years of serious training experience. For optimum results, it is highly recommended that individuals build their way up to Level Three with Level One and Two workouts first. The training loads (volume) are very intense and may cause overtraining or injury without proper preparation. These workout programs also include advanced training techniques that require well conditioned muscles to perform properly.

Elite - Level Three workout programs are designed for individuals with at least 1-2 years of serious training experience. For optimum results, it is highly recommended that individuals build their way up to Level Three with Level One and Two workouts first. The training loads (volume) are very intense and may cause overtraining or injury without proper preparation. These workout programs also include advanced training techniques that require well conditioned muscles to perform properly.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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