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Welcome to Youth Speed and Power Weight Training

Unlock Your Potential with High-Performance Training for Athletes Aged 15 and Up*


About Our Program


Are you ready to take your athletic performance to the next level? Our Youth Speed and Power Weight Training program is designed for dedicated athletes aged 15 and up who are serious about enhancing their speed, strength, and overall athletic prowess. Whether you’re aiming for a collegiate scholarship, preparing for the next sports season, or simply looking to outshine the competition, our program provides the expert coaching and rigorous training you need to achieve your goals.


Program Highlights


-Comprehensive Training: Our program integrates speed drills, power lifting, agility exercises, and functional training to build well-rounded athletes.

- Expert Coaching: Learn from experienced trainers who specialize in youth athletic development and have a proven track record of success.

- Individualized Plans: Each athlete receives a personalized training plan tailored to their specific needs, strengths, and goals.

- State-of-the-Art Facilities: Train in a top-notch environment equipped with the latest in sports performance technology and equipment.

- Holistic Approach: We emphasize injury prevention, proper nutrition, mental toughness, and recovery to ensure peak performance and long-term athletic health.


Why Choose Our Program?


- Speed Development: Our targeted speed training sessions focus on improving sprint mechanics, acceleration, and overall quickness. We utilize cutting-edge techniques to help you move faster and more efficiently.

- Power and Strength: Build explosive power and muscular strength through our specialized weight training regimen. Our program includes Olympic lifts, plyometrics, and sport-specific strength exercises.

-Agility and Coordination: Enhance your agility, balance, and coordination with drills designed to improve your ability to change direction quickly and maintain control during high-speed movements.

-Performance Tracking: Monitor your progress with regular performance assessments and feedback. We use advanced tools to measure improvements in speed, strength, and overall athletic performance.


Program Structure


- Weekly Sessions: Our program includes three sessions per week, each lasting 90 minutes. Sessions are held at 24 Hour Fitness on Ocean Park  unless facility is provided by trainee. Times will vary.

- Training PhasesThe program is divided into three phases – Foundation, Strength, and Peak Performance. Each phase focuses on different aspects of athletic development to ensure continuous improvement.

  - Foundation Phase: Focuses on building a solid base of strength, stability, and fundamental movement skills.

  - Strength Phase: Emphasizes increasing muscular strength and power through advanced lifting techniques and explosive movements.

  - Peak Performance Phase: Aims to maximize speed, agility, and overall performance, preparing athletes for competition.


Enroll Today


Ready to elevate your game? Join our Youth Speed and Power Weight Training program and start your journey to peak athletic performance. For more information or to register, contact us today!


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Frequently Asked Questions


- What is the age requirement for the program?

  The program is designed for athletes aged 15 and up.


-Do I need prior training experience to join?

  While prior experience is beneficial, our program is designed to accommodate all skill levels. Our coaches will tailor the training to meet your needs.


- How do I track my progress?

  We conduct regular performance assessments and provide detailed feedback to help you track and understand your improvements.


Unlock your full potential with the Youth Speed and Power Weight Training program. Join us today and become the athlete you’ve always aspired to be!

Why Weightlift to Run Fast?

The Importance of Strength Training for Speed

Weightlifting is often associated with building muscle and strength, but its benefits extend far beyond sheer power. For athletes looking to improve their running speed, incorporating weightlifting into their training regimen is crucial. Here’s why:

1. Enhanced Muscle Power and Explosiveness

  • Force Generation: Running fast requires the ability to generate a large amount of force quickly. Weightlifting exercises, especially those focusing on lower body strength like squats and deadlifts, help increase the muscle power necessary for explosive starts and sprints.

  • Fast-Twitch Muscle Fibers: Strength training activates and develops fast-twitch muscle fibers, which are essential for quick, powerful movements. These fibers are crucial for sprinting and accelerating rapidly.

2. Improved Running Economy

  • Efficiency: Stronger muscles contribute to a more efficient running stride. When your muscles are stronger, each stride requires less energy, allowing you to maintain higher speeds for longer periods.

  • Stability and Balance: Weightlifting strengthens not just the primary running muscles but also the stabilizing muscles. This improved stability and balance reduce the risk of injury and enhance overall running form.

3. Increased Resistance to Fatigue

  • Endurance: While speed is the focus, endurance plays a key role in maintaining that speed over distances. Strength training helps build muscular endurance, allowing athletes to sustain high speeds without tiring quickly.

  • Recovery: Stronger muscles recover more quickly from the stresses of running, enabling more frequent and intense training sessions without overtraining or injury.

4. Enhanced Biomechanics

  • Better Form: Strength training improves your biomechanics by reinforcing proper movement patterns and posture. This leads to a more efficient and effective running form, which directly translates to faster running times.

  • Injury Prevention: A balanced strength training program addresses muscle imbalances and weaknesses that can lead to injury. By preventing injuries, athletes can maintain consistent training and continual improvement in their running performance.

5. Transfer of Strength to Speed

  • Functional Strength: The type of strength gained from weightlifting is highly functional, meaning it directly translates to the explosive power needed for sprinting. Exercises such as power cleans and plyometrics specifically mimic the explosive movements used in running.

  • Neuromuscular Coordination: Weightlifting improves the neuromuscular connections between the brain and muscles. Better coordination and muscle activation result in more efficient and powerful strides.

Incorporating weightlifting into a runner’s training program is not just beneficial but essential for enhancing speed. The combination of increased muscle power, improved running economy, resistance to fatigue, enhanced biomechanics, and functional strength makes weightlifting a cornerstone of any comprehensive speed training regimen. By building a strong foundation through weight training, athletes can achieve their peak running performance and reach new levels of speed.

Training Session Cost Breakdown


Choose the Training Plan that Best Fits Your Goals and Schedule


Option 1: 2 Days a Week

- Standard Rate: $30 per session

- Total Cost per Week: $60

- Bel Air Stars Members Rate:  $20 per session

- Total Cost per Week for Members: $40


Option 2: 3 Days a Week

- Standard Rate: $35 per session

- Total Cost per Week: $105

- Bel Air Stars Members Rate: $25 per session

- Total Cost per Week for Members: $75


Option 3: 4 Days a Week

- Standard Rate: $40 per session

- Total Cost per Week: $160

- Bel Air Stars Members Rate: $30 per session

- Total Cost per Week for Members: $120



- 2 Days a Week: $60 (Standard) / $40 (Bel Air Stars Members)

- 3 Days a Week: $105 (Standard) / $75 (Bel Air Stars Members)

- 4 Days a Week:$160 (Standard) / $120 (Bel Air Stars Members)


Ready to train and take your athletic performance to the next level? Choose your plan and join us today!

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