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Strength Training

Philosophy of Strength Training
In modern day athletics, performance enhancement training has become essential to compete at the highest level of a sport. The Strength and Conditioning Program is designed to provide Second Baptist School athletes with the knowledge necessary to maximize their physiological potential in all sports. We encourage our student athletes to participate in a summer strength training camp to maintain their physical health and athletic ability and prepare for the upcoming competition season. 
Important Details
2014 Speed and Strength Program Registration

Summer Speed and Strength Program
Two sessions will be offered
May 29 - July 10, 2014
Cost: $240
Session ONE: 7:30 AM - 9 AM | Monday – Thursday          
• For Upper School male athletes entering grades 9-12
• Weight Room Strength – 40 minutes
• Speed Training – 25 minutes
Session TWO:  9:15 AM - 10:45 AM | Monday – Thursday        
• For Middle School male athletes entering grades 7-8
• ALL female athletes entering grades 7-12
• Weight Room Strength – 40 minutes
• Speed Training – 25 minutes
For more information contact:
SBS Athletic Department
Speed and Strength Camp Registration Form
About The Camp
The Second Baptist School Strength and Conditioning Program is available to all current and incoming SBS athletes. This program is designed to give our male and female athletes the opportunity to gain a competitive edge through strength and conditioning. All athletes will benefit from this camp and are encouraged to attend.
Every athlete will participate in a dynamic warm-up to develop joint stability and flexibility, as well as balance, coordination, and body awareness. This will be done before moving up to strength training, speed, agility, and quickness development. 
All speed and agility development training is based on developing the total athlete. Included in this facet of training will be drills to improve movement mechanics, first step quickness, explosive power, speed, agility, and deceleration for injury prevention.