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An athlete’s guide to avoiding the flu.
November 15, 2017
Intro   Getting ill sucks! We’ve all been there, tucked up in bed shivering and feeling sorry for ourselves. Here is my guide to avoiding the flu. Nobody enjoys being ill and it can have a terrible effect on an athlete’s fitness, training and performance. Not only does having a blocked nose reduce performance, it […]
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Excelsior Sports Training System: Faster, Fitter, Stronger

Expert Fitness Coaching for your Teenager

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Teenagers want to be be faster, fitter, stronger, but knowing how to train safely and effectively to achieve optimal performance whilst reducing the risk of injury or burn-out is key.

I’ve spent my career training teenagers for optimal performance in their chosen sport.

James is a fantastic strength and conditioning coach, I would definitely recommend Excelsior to any athlete looking to improve themselves. There is no doubt that James can help any athlete achieve the best that they can be.” Dom Hinchcliffe, basketball player.

Who is it for?

Players of all sports who are balancing school or college with one or more sports practices and matches. Players who are keen to improve their own fitness and want a safe and effective way of getting results. Players who have limited time in the day and week and need sessions that are easy to fit in.

What does your teenager get?

Weekly modules that contain exercise videos with detailed instruction on how to perform exercises correctly. Handouts with information on session plans, nutrition and structuring your training. Audio podcasts that explain the week’s module and give advice on how to fit it all in.

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What will your teenager  learn?

Following the course your teenager will be able to:

  • Prepare effectively for training and for competition through specific warm ups and mental strategies.
  • Plan weekly and daily nutrition intake that fits around training and studying.
  • Train safely in the gym starting with body weight exercises, progressing to dumbbells and then barbells over the year.
  • Run faster because they have improved their technique and their body is more efficient.
  • Train more in their sport because their body and mind are stronger and their training is well balanced.

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how do I start? 

As well as following the programme, it has been really useful to dip into certain topics as and when situations occur. Advice on how to prevent and counteract knee problems was certainly helpful when Helen started complaining that ‘her knees were hurting’ directly after competitions. There is so much information, in a range of different media formats, its keeps you interested and motivated.” Christine Farr, mother of Helen (15, pictured right).

Need more proof? This video has some highlights and feedback from athletes and coaches on how it has helped them train effectively.

 

 

 

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Client Testimonials

Judith Hamer – GB Wheelchair Basketball, Paralympian
I have worked with James for three years now. James's attitude to training has changed my approach to my training session and sport making me more focussed and organised to get as much as I can out of each session. The improvements I have made with my fitness, core and my psychological approach to training have been largely down to my sessions with James
 
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Educational Gymnastics: 23rd November, Devon.
23 Nov 2017

Educational Gymnastics Children today are physically illiterate. The massive reduction in time spent in free play has led to a generation of people who have yet to experience the joy of movement. Formal gymnastics (as seen at the Olympics) requires the child to strive to perform very specific skills. The end product of the skill […]

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