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“To be number one, you have to train like you’re number two” ~Maurice Green

There are three types of athletes. There are those that overcome their deficits through grit and training. There are those that get by on their own natural athletic talents. And there are those that become the best they can be – maximizing their potential through perseverance, practice, and growth.
Young athletes that dedicate themselves to safe, productive strength training, conditioning, and more are the ones that are going to be the most successful. That is why we at Young Athlete Hub offer many different training tools and information including:

— Coaching
— Health and Nutrition
— Speed Training
— Strength Training
— General Workouts

Read the content below to learn more about young athlete training, or check out our search feature to find an article that you’re interested in. If you have any suggested topics or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Accomplishing In-Season Training Is Not A Time Thing, But An Organizational One

By |September 30th, 2019|Conditioning, Featured, In-Season Training, Strength Training|

I’m a big believer in in-season training.  If you have read any of my stuff, you know I think it is crucial to the success of your sport team. Let me be clear, I believe in-season lifting is a must.  In-season lifting though is probably geared for your older athletes.  Definitely high school and maybe [...]

Part 3 – How This Athlete Went From Not Being Relevant To The State Track Finals In One Year

By |July 9th, 2019|Featured, Speed Training, Strength Training, Track and Field, Workouts|

Part 3 of our series of how we got a track athlete (Anna Kessler) faster so she was able to have the necessary speed to make the state 100M finals. The previous two weeks, I discussed the previous season’s times and what the object was for the offseason to get her in a better position [...]