Youth Classes

Discovery (Ages 6 – 9) – Creating A Champion The purpose of this phase is to introduce participants to a wide spectrum on non-specific exercise stimulus that aids in the natural development of coordination habits.

Athletic Revolution Coaches utilize the principle of ‘Outcome-Based Coaching’ which allows young participants to learn the physical skills of excercise through an experimental and self-discovery based means.

Exploration (Ages 10 – 13) – Transitioning To Champion Not unlike the ‘Discovery’ phase of the Athletic Revolution Developmental Model, ‘Exploration’ is based on young participants establishing ‘athletic intelligence’ through a carefully planned programming structure that allows them to learn and comprehend both simple and complex motor skills via explorative play.

Unlike ‘Discovery’ however, ‘Exploration’ also includes an educational portion within which Athletic Revolution Coaches breakdown and instruct participants on specific aspects of exercise execution.

This transitional phase allows young participants to bridge the gap from a play model of fitness to a more programmatic structured version.

Exploration II (Ages 10-13 Advanced) – Qualified young athletes in this phase will successful bridge the gap between our Exploration  classes and the Transformation (Ages 14+) phase.  Athletes for these classes are identified by our head coach as having the requisite physical, emotional, psychological and social maturity level.

Young athletes in this phase will learn the merits of hard work while maintaining a high level of enjoyment during training.

Transformation (Ages 14+) – Becoming A Champion The ‘Transformation’ phase is where more concerted training application takes place. Whether the goal is sporting excellence, fitness, wellness or obesity prevention, this portion of the Athletic Revolution Developmental Model is based on solid execution and fundamental training habits so that each participant can maximize their respective goals.