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Elite Performance Training

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Elite Performance Training
High School, College, & Professional 

The Elite Performance Training program is designed for the high school, college, and professional caliber athlete who is aspiring to reach the ultimate level of personal sports performance. Athletes from all sporting groups including field, court, racquet and swimming can benefit tremendously from the most demanding of Adrenaline's training programs. The Elite Performance Training program is a 2 or 4 day-a-week commitment over a substantial duration. Training sessions are conducted in a group setting with personalized programs based on the athlete’s needs, goals, and sport requirements.


Adrenaline's Eite Training Program is segmented into six parts:

  • Dynamic Warm-Up
  • Performance Training
  • Strength
  • Flexibility
  • FMS
  • Nutrition.


Throughout the athlete’s training duration at Adrenaline, a performance evaluation is conducted at regular intervals to ensure progress. This high intensity program is for top notch athletes looking to take their game to the next level.

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Below are the main components of our Elite Performance Training Program that will be necessary to achieve maximum results for High Performance Elite Training.

FMS – Functional Movement Screening - All athletes are screened in FMS to identify;

A) Proper symmetry in their balance of Mobility and Stability
B) Once identified we can commence with the proper program for each individual athlete by having a baseline to begin their strength and conditioning programs.

Body Fat Composition Analysis:

A) Each athlete must be assessed in their lean muscle mass and body fat composition in order to identify goals for their training and create a baseline for strength training.

Performance - Speed, Strength, Agility, and Conditioning:

A) Adrenaline will work closely with athlete’s to set goals based on their needs.
Performance testing, Strength training, and Pretesting each athlete in order to create a baseline for performance.

Nutritional Counseling, Meal Planning and Goal Setting after Baseline Evaluation:

A) Adrenaline would work with a Nutritionist and/or set goals depending on needs of each athlete.

1) Lose weight/ Gain Muscle
2) Maintain Weight/ Gain Muscle/ Lose Body Fat
3) Gain Weight/ Gain Muscle

Training schedule:

High School Elite Training Schedule
B) 2 days of performance training and 2 days strength training + 1 day nutrition

College and Professional Elite Training Schedule
A) 4 days of performance training and 4 days of strength training + 1 day nutrition

 


 

The training schedule will be divided into 4 Periodic Seasonal Training Periods.

Post season: 8-12 weeks right after main season or competitions.
13th week consists of pre and post testing of all the above:

A) Goal setting  B) FMS  C) BFA D) Nutrtion E) Performance F) Evaluation 

Base training: 8-12 weeks
13th week consists of pre and post testing of all the above:

A) Goal setting  B) FMS  C) BFA D) Nutrtion E) Performance F) Evaluation 

Preseason Training: 8-12 weeks
13th week consists of pre and post testing of all the above:

A) Goal setting  B) FMS  C) BFA D) Nutrtion E) Performance F) Evaluation

In-Season Training: 8-12 weeks
13th week consists of pre and post testing of all the above:

A) Goal setting  B) FMS  C) BFA D) Nutrtion E) Performance F) Evaluation

All of Adrenaline Elite Trainers are High Level Elite Athletes who were  Collegiate All-Americans. They have a passion for training and developing young athletes and taking them to their next level.

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Please contact the Adrenaline Performance Director for a detailed explanation of the Elite Performance Training Program. 

Corona: (951) 734-4800

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Corona Schedule of Classes

  • Youth - Mon-Fri 5:45 pm
  • Varsity - Mon-Fri 4:30 pm
  • Varsity - Mon-Thrs 6:45 pm
  • Varsity Elite - Tues/ Thrs 6:45 pm
  • Elite - Mon- Fri 12:00 pm

Contact Corona for more information

 
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