The goal of any training session is tailored to the specific needs of the individual athlete. Emphasis will be placed on the areas that will most rapidly help the athlete meet their goals and earn success. The needs are identified within the first session by having the athlete complete several baseline 'drills' to test baseline sport-specific skill, total athleticism, and fitness. Once identified, these areas are worked on tirelessly during training.
- General Warm-Up: This will include dynamic stretching, mobility drills, and basic movement preparation (10 min.).
- Athletic Foundations: The second piece of the session will consist of various skills and drills that will focus on increasing the general athleticism and body control/awareness of the young athlete. Factoring in developmental level, this could include bear crawls and other 'animal movements', cartwheels, handstands, tumbling, agility drills, speed development, plyometrics, etc.
- Sport-Specific Skill Development: During this piece of a training session specific skills will be drilled (dribbling, shooting, tackling, etc.)
- Strength and Conditioning: This portion of the session is aimed at performance and fitness. It will consist of a diverse mixture of body weight and implement (medicine ball, sled, bands, etc.) strength and conditioning games and drills that will increase the athlete's stamina, power, and strength.
- Cool Down: This portion of the session will be used to stretch, cool down, and discuss what was learned or worked on during the session.