XL Training’s Sports Performance training programs offer a comprehensive plan that will help you reach a higher level of athleticism. Our highly structured program focuses on biomotor skills, such as jumping and landing technique, linear and lateral speed development, agility training, energy system development, and power and strength development.
These skills will help to make you a more explosive athlete, allowing you to win more 50/50 balls, accelerate past your opponent, transition from defending to attacking or from attacking to defending more quickly, and add more power to your kicks, shots, throws, and movements.
XL Training places technique at the high end of the spectrum, both as a performance enhancer and as a means to prevent injury.
SUMMER PROGRAM 2021
WEEKLY ROLLING ADMISSIONS
JULY 5 — AUGUST 13
HIGH SCHOOL & COLLEGE
Mon, Wed, Fri: 3-5 & 4-8
HIGH SCHOOL & COLLEGE
Tue, Thu 3-5
(2 x Sessions)
Ask about our multi-week sessions
PROGRAMS, SEMINARS AND CLINICS
STUDENTS (Middle School / High School / College)
2 Days - High School/College $695 Tu, Th 3:00 - 5:00
2 Days - Middle School $695 Tu, Th 3:00 - 5:00
Program Fees Days Time Slots
3 Days - High School/College $40 M,W,F 3:30, 5:00
2 Days - High School/College $40 Tu, Th 3:30, 5:00
2 Days - Middle School $40 Tu, Th 3:30, 5:00
Your improvement in strength, speed, and flexibility will make you a more effective player on the field or court; and your energy level, will help you become more productive and feel better. As your body composition changes to a leaner, fat-burning machine you'll look better and feel better.
Each session will include: movement preparation, balance and agility training, power and strength production, and conditioning.
These program can be designed for a two-day, three-day, or four-day per week frequency, and can also be designed so that it has some sport-specificity to your athletic activity.
One-on-One is $125 per session.
Semi-Private: $95 per person/session.
Small group training is $55 per person/session.
SEMINARS AND CLINICS
Female athletes are 6 to 8 times more likely to tear their ACL than males athletes
Why are females are more likely to tear their ACL?
Monthly hormonal changes cause a change in the stiffness of the ACL
Wider hips (Q angle) create a valgus (inward) angle of knee
Dynamic neuromuscular differences
Muscle imbalances and weakness due to quadricep dominance