PROGRAMMED CLASS TRAINING

  • Programmed Class Training includes STRENGTH & CONDITIONING & COMBATIVE CONDITIONING
  • These classes include: Strength & Conditioning, Combative Conditioning, and Saturday Class Pass.
  • These classes require a scheduled introductory period of 2-5 hours (depending on aptitude) in the education of: foundational movement patterns, kettlebell movement and technique, clubbell movement and technique, and barbell movement and technique, as well as the foundational patterns of all striking, footwork, and body movement used in Combatives
  • These classes are suitable for all levels of ability and will also be more appropriately designed for:
    • Those with pre-existing conditions and special needs such as: joint issues, mobility problems, severe inactivity, or an imperative requirement for fat loss
    • Those who are no longer getting acceptable results, ready and willing to take their training to a higher level, require specific demands of competition, or desire real programming to break through uncharted ground in the realm of personal fitness levels/goals

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING is an intelligently designed, 6-12 week course, composed of physically demanding, hour-long programmed training classes with a primary focus on: developing a solid foundation, building strength, adding power, and converting to power-endurance by applying the principles of periodization while adhering to the five basic laws of strength training through the use of strength training, complex training, plyometric training, circuit training, and interval training

COMBATIVE CONDITIONING is an hour-long, specifically designed, physically demanding, confidence building, combative based conditioning class focusing primarily on the development of striking power, striking combinations, speed, footwork, reaction time, body conditioning, and the metabolic conditioning of the glycolytic energy pathway (work capacity/fat loss) through the use of strength training, complex training, power-endurance training, cardio-respiratory training, and density/circuit/interval training, mimicking the heightened awareness levels and adrenaline dump when engaged in a self-protection scenario

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING is an intelligently designed, 6-12 week course, composed of physically demanding, hour-long programmed training classes with a primary focus on: developing a solid foundation, building strength, adding power, and converting to power-endurance by applying the principles of periodization while adhering to the five basic laws of strength training through the use of strength training, complex training, plyometric training, circuit training, and interval training

    • This is a programmed training class with a three-month commitment and class programs spanning from 6 – 12 weeks
    • Class Programs are designed for a more serious, results-based approach to training
    • Class Programs use the following principles of periodization: Specificity, Progressive Overload, and Variety
    • Class Programs follow the Five Basic Laws of Strength Training: Develop Joint Flexibility, Develop Tendon Strength, Develop Core Strength, Develop the Stabilizers, and Train Movements, Not Muscles
    • Class Programs align with the following phases of physical development: Foundation, Strength, Power, and Power-Endurance
    • Class Programs utilize a variety of training protocols such as: strength training, supersets, complexes, complex training, combinations, plyometrics, mobility training, isometric training, circuits, intervals, and density training
    • Class Programs also rely on the three planes of movement while developing a deeper and more complex array of movement patterns, capable of intensifying training, increasing efficiency, elevating its effectiveness, and furthering safety from training related injury
    • Programmed Class Training is the right choice for individuals currently lacking results from their training, those wanting to take training to a higher level, those looking for accountability, and those desiring a greater challenge to push their limits in training
    • Programmed Class Training is also a very suitable choice for those concerned with past injury or joint issues, as programs are planned and written with modifications for those who need them