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Published on September 11, 2012

LMH Fall Sports Performance Classes

Adam Rolf, DPT, ATC, CSCS Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainer Lawrence Memorial Hospital - LMH Therapy Services

Training is the foundation to an athlete's entire game. A solid strength and conditioning base provides the ability to take skills to a higher level and reduce injuries.

Starting September 17th, LMH Therapy Services will be offering Sports Performance training to athletes to help prepare for the upcoming winter and spring sport season. Participants can choose to join a group or train as an individual to enhance speed, strength, agility, conditioning and jumping skills. The fall training session will be available for athletes age 10-18 and will train in the newly updated 3rd floor suite in the LMH 4thStreet Health Plaza building.

LMH Therapy Services will be offering Sports Performance training to athletes to help prepare for the upcoming winter and spring sport season. Participants can choose to join a group or train as an individual to enhance speed, strength, agility, conditioning and jumping skills. The fall training session will be available for athletes age 10-18 and will train in the newly updated 3 floor suite in the LMH 4Street Health Plaza building.

The primary goal is for athletes to develop their athletic skills by training with modern strength and conditioning principles for their age. Performance Coaches utilize drills and equipment to train athletes on a padded turf surface. Athletes are trained by qualified performance coaches that are Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists (CSCS) recognized by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

The training program is the foundation to an athlete’s entire game. A solid strength and conditioning base provides the ability to take skills to a higher level and reduce injuries. Train with professionals that will push you to reach your potential by becoming more explosive and coordinated. Train at LMH and feel the difference in our approach to training you to be a better player in your sport, not a better "weight lifter."

Fall session registration now open. Please call LMH Therapy Services at785.505.5975 or email adam.rolf@lmh.org to enroll or request more information. to enroll or request more information.

Fall session begins September 17th and ends November 15th and ends

High School (Ages 14-18)
Strength, Speed and Agility Training Group
4-5:30 pm Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
$18 per class, 27 classes...$486 per session
Speed and Agility Training Group
5:30-6:30 pm Tuesday & Thursday
$15 per class, 18 classes...$270 per session

Middle School (Ages 12,13,14)
Speed and Agility Training Group
5:30-6:30 pm Monday & Wednesday
$15 per class, 18 classes...$270 per session

Youth Development (Ages 10,11)
Learning to Train Group
6:30-7:20 pm Tuesday & Thursday
$12 per class, 18 classes...$216 per session

Individual and Team Training available.

Better Health

When should my child be training? 

"There are different 'peak seasons' you should be training. For instance: If you are playing volleyball right now, you should only be training one time a week. In that one time a week we work on flexibility, recovery, making sure things are staying strong from your summer training. 


If you are not playing and you are not training, the body does not retain it...you are loosing everything that you have gained. Train more on off seasons, less in season." Adam Rolf, DPT, ATC, CSCS

 

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