Q: What should I bring/eat?
A: Properly tied and fit athletic shoes. Water, at least a 30 ounce container is recommended. More may be necessary. For sessions at the turf, It is best to keep it in an insulated drink cooler with ice. Placing a gatorade down on the turf in summer heat will make for a toasty beverage in about 5 minutes flat! For the summer programs, it is recommended that middle and high school groups bring cleats and sneakers. Be sure to have a breakfast and give time for it to digest. Earlier sessions (6:30am) eat nutritious but light and eat again after training.
Q: Is it okay to miss workouts?
A: We understand that during your school year and summer you may not be able to make all of your workouts due to obligations, camps, or family vacations. However, every workout has a specific focus and all workouts build on one another. Missing workouts mean that you may miss a big piece of the puzzle. If it happens often, your training will suffer and any one of the desired results - speed, agility, quickness, strength, power, or injury prevention will be compromised. There is a learning curve to everything we do, therefore, it is recommended that you make as close to all of your sessions as possible. For high school students especially - If you have an issue with making a session, let us know and we can advise you on how to make it up.
Balances are due in full with registration.
Scholarships available based on financial need. Please contact a director.
No refunds for sick or absent days.
Fees are as stated. There are no pro-rated fees.
If picking up your athlete, please be prompt. There is no supervision for late pick up.
It is advisable that each athlete brings his or her own hydration.
All sessions are co-ed.