FITNESS & PERFORMANCE
We offer group training afternoons and weekends during the school year
*Grammer School Athletic Development Call for evaluation and times
**Athletes can join late if space is available (fees will be pro-rated)
***Athletes may join other groups based on abilities
****Personal Training and Small Group training is available
Form your own group or team......Call 908-803-8019 for pricing info
Q: What are the fees
Monthly Training w/ Small Group (6 or less Athletes):
Q and A - Updated as questions come up
Q: How many athletes are in a group?
A: We try to keep the groups under 6 athletes. Sometimes they are larger, but only when the athletes are experienced and demonstrate proper form and technique.
Q: What happens if an athlete can not make a training session?
A: They are encouraged to join another group and make the session up that week or add another day the following week.
Q: How many days a week should an athlete train?
A: This all depends on the results they want! Three or four sessions week is ideal. Training is the same as everything else in life - you get out exactly what you put in. We educate our athletes on living a healthy life 24 hours a day, but the more time at the gym, the better.
Q: What is Athletic Performance Training Exactly?
A: We take a long-term athletic development approach focusing on the following:
Q: What is TEAM TRAINING?
A: 1 Team + 1 Goal. K2 will develop a comprehensive sport-specific Strength & Conditioning Program to fit the needs of both coach and athletes, all on your team's schedule. Onsite & Offsite options available. Team training programs give teams the opportunity to enhance overall chemistry while improving individual player development at the same time.
Whether wanting to make the team or striving to attain the next level of sport or fitness, our process remains the same; provide the absolute highest quality training and coaching, bar none.
Everything you need to know is located on this page or call / text Kevin anytime at 908-803-8019
Q: WHY ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT TRAINING?
A: Top 3 Reasons Below:
1) BEING SLOW SUCKS!! Speed is a skill...and skills are learned! Great athletes are FAST and know how to control their bodies (We call this movement quality)! We teach and practice techniques that increase athletic speed and agility. Jumping, sprinting, reacting, and rapidly changing direction are all skills that can be improved with coaching and training.
2) STRONG IS BETTER THAN WEAK. A weak body is more injury prone than a strong one. Strong, balanced muscles and joints increase coordination and stability and provent injuries. Strength also leads to higher amounts of force and "horsepower".
3) ATHLETIC SKILLS LAST A LIFETIME! Learn it right the first time! Being able to throw, twist, dodge, kick and shoot at full speed requires "learned movement skills". Athletic speed isn’t just about going fast in a straight line. Your game requires you to move side-to-side and backward as quickly as you can sprint forward.