Jump Start (ages 7-11)

Parisi Speed School Jump Start (7-11) Program at Cherry Hill

Parisi Speed School Jump Start (7-11) Program is geared for athletes between the ages of 7 and 11 in order to leverage the most critical years in a child’s life for motor skill development.

Our signature youth speed training, youth agility training and youth sports performance training improve coordination and self-esteem. Parisi Speed School’s Jump Start (7-11) Program is a must for any young athlete who wants to develop foundational athletic skills to gain a competitive advantage.

Every athlete in the Jump Start (7-11) Program must first go through our mandatory comprehensive evaluation to assess strengths and weaknesses in areas such as speed, agility, and coordination.

The Jump Start (7-11) Program incorporates youth speed training and youth agility training techniques to enhance:

  • Coordination
  • Running Technique
  • Strength
  • First-Step Quickness (Speed)
  • Flexibility
  • Agility
  • Injury Prevention
  • Weight Loss
  • Self-Confidence

Description:

Linear Speed Sessions

Performance Evaluation: Assesses current athletic ability, identifies strengths and weaknesses, and groups athletes accordingly. Each athlete will use the results of their evaluation to select a training program designed to fit their needs. The program will be a customized combination of speed, strength, flexibility and nutrition training.

Change of Direction Sessions

Speed Training: Our signature speed methods focus on improving an athlete’s technique and conditioning, resulting in sprint efficiency and increased speed.

Overall Body Strength

Youth Strength Training: Youth Strength gives younger athletes body weighted movement patterns to build muscle before introducing an external load.

Overall Body Strength

Flexibility Training: Develops a faster and safer athlete by increasing range of motion, reducing the chance for injury, and allowing for a longer, more efficient stride when sprinting.

Overall Body Strength

Nutrition Training: Improving an athlete’s diet through education can create good eating habits, maintain optimal body weight, and increase energy and self-esteem, with the final result being a faster athlete.