A note to our Student Athlete Training Clients:
Student athletes hold a special place in my heart. I (Coach Miller) was fortunate to grow up with an incredible family that stressed the importance of faith, family, a quality education, time management, hard work and tenacity. It was easy for me growing up to see the lessons that my parents were teaching me, because they always practiced what they preached.
While I had great examples in front of me that showed me how to be successful, I attribute much of my success in life to my athletic career. My athletic career is where I could take the lessons that I learned at home and in school, and actually put them into practice both on and off the field. My athletic career is where I developed the habits that make successful people successful. My athletic career is where I learned to put in the extra time to achieve the things that I deem important in life. My athletic career is where I developed the mindset that while things won’t always go the way I want them to, there are valuable lessons to be learned from each situation that can be applied in the future. My athletic career is where I learned how to interact with friends and teammates, to develop relationships and treat people the right way, and develop a leadership style to bring people together for a common goal.
I also recognize that the lessons learned and successful behaviors gained from my athletic career didn’t happen in a vacuum. There is the old saying that nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care. I was fortunate to have a number of great coaches that cared a great deal, and whose passion for developing athletes, teams, and young men and women was very apparent in their coaching, and who cared a lot about my success on the field and even more about my success in life.
I started Force Barbell as my way of saying “thank you” to all the coaches that shaped my athletic career and helped make me the man I am today. I started Force Barbell to give this opportunity back to boys and girls of the next generation, with the hopes that they will not only be better athletes, but also better leaders through their experience.
STUDENT ATHLETE TRAINING SCHEDULE
Our Youth Athlete Development Classes are geared toward student-athletes 13 years or younger. Youth Athlete Development sessions are Tuesday and Thursday from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. This course will teach young athletes the basics of what they will need to know in order to train at Force Barbell and build the foundation that will allow them to be competitive in their sport.
However, the general nature of these classes does not provide the framework necessary to prepare athletes for the specific rigors of their sport. As athletes get older and more physically developed, filling in the general gaps is no longer going to prepare the athlete for success. In order to compete at higher levels of sport, sport-specific needs must be met. Our unique Performance Training model provides customized student-athlete training programs that can be completed during any of the following times:
|DAY OF THE WEEK||TIME|
|MONDAY||4 PM – 7 PM|
|TUESDAY||4 PM – 7 PM|
|WEDNESDAY||4 PM – 7 PM|
|THURSDAY||4 PM – 7 PM|
|FRIDAY||3:30 PM – 5:30 PM|
|SUNDAY||1 PM – 3 PM|