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What a Great Week at Anthony Becht Football Camp

Elite Training LLC, had a great week as part of the Anthony Becht Football Camp at Bonner High School. The weather was great this year, the kids were excited to work hard and learn. With the talented Pro-Football Player Anthony Becht so involved, of course it was successful. I took this opportunity to teach and of course to learn new techniques from my fellow cliniciers, including Anthony Becht.

Elite Training was in charge of the Speed, Agility and Fitness Station. We concentrated on techniques to benefit youth football players.  This was a great opportunity to meet new dynamic people to learn and grow from, all in order to be better for my clients.

It meant a lot for Elite to have the opportunity to participate and teach the kids who came out for a great session. We take it serious to act as good neighbors and contribute to future athletes, and this was such a great opportunity for that. We look forward to participating again next year.

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Rugy Team Conditioning

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For the 3rd year in a row Elite Training LLC. is the Speed, Strength and conditioning coaches for the Philadelphia Woman’s Rugby Team (http://www.pwrfc.org/index.php ). After we performed a team wide evaluation. We have began training the team to build up their weakness and make their strengths stronger for the upcoming season.  After being rained out last week were able to get a tough conditioning workout at the steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum.

We met the team at the steps at 7pm and got things started off with our ADW.

Next,  we began the main part of   the workout with 2 mins. of arm swing drills. Then, we went into core work and our interval ladder sprint sets. The AB work consisted of  30 seconds goes, followed by 8 sprints up and down the Philadelphia Art Museum steps. The team was to focus proper arm swing, knee drive and skipping at  every other step going up.  On the way down they were to stay relaxed and have quick feet, hitting each step on the way. We continued the workout above but dropped 2 laps each set until we got to zero. The ladies only got to enjoy 1 min. of rest between sets.

After a 2 min. rest we started to work on balance by single leg hoping up each step with arm swing being vital to having enough power to climb the steps. After each set we went into 30 seconds of plank push ups. This continued for 3 sets with 2 mins rest before starting the next part of the workout.

Unfortunately, the weather was look pretty scary, but we were able to squeeze in a cool down with an AB set right before the skies opened up and cut our session short!

Check back in next week when we continue to train the team!


Pre-Season Wrestling Strength and Conditioning Camp starts soon!

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Once again we will be running our Pre-Season Strength and conditioning Camp for Wrestlers starting on September 7th. We have had a great response and only have a couple of spots open. We have a great crew coming in for this years camp so keep a look out for pictures, videos and training logs from the camp! Pictures above are from previous years camp…enjoy!

 Pre-Season Strength and Conditioning Camp for High School Wrestlers

“Champions are made in the Pre-Season!”

Date: September 7th, ending on November 13th (10 weeks)

Tuesday 6-7:30pm, Thursday 5:30-7pm and Saturday 1-2:30pm

Space is limited to the 1st 10 wrestlers that sign up.

At  Elite Training LLC., we believe that
hard work during the pre-season is the  foundation
for post-season achievement. In today’s ultra competitive wrestling environment,
success is the direct result of preparation. Any wrestler determined for a
successful season must begin preparation weeks if not months prior
to the start of the regular season. Waiting for the season to begin your
training will not put you on the road to success but will lead to failure on
the mats. Furthermore, simply wrestling and competing on the mats will not lead
to success. Off the mat training in wrestling specific strength and
conditioning greatly increases your edge over the competition!

What will be covered: Wrestling specific Strength and Conditioning Training Camp will
address the unique needs of wrestlers, such as footwork, hand speed,
explosive power, muscular strength, anaerobic endurance, cardiovascular
conditioning, core training and injury prevention. We offer skills and drills
that will get you to the next level. This will be a functional training camp
where we will use: kettlebells, bands, stability balls, balance pads and many
other pieces of equipment that are not the same old bench and squat lifts that
many programs consist of.

For questions and team/group rates email Wayne@EliteTrainingSports.com