You’ll learn the biology and psychology of the young athlete. You’ll learn to assess young athletes and use the information to place them in developmentally-appropriate fitness programs. We will cover, in detail, the various tenets of long-term athletic development.
Our Level One seminar includes learning the: B.A.M. Zone, B.L.A.S.T. Zone, C.RE.A.C.T.I.O.N. Time, C.A.P. Zone and the M.A.P. Zone. You’ll learn to conduct “boot camp” style classes as well as small group practices for each class.
The information gained in this seminar can be used in a private setting, such as a personal training gym. It can be implemented into a community recreational program or in a scholastic setting. It can be used in a competitive club program. Any place where young minds and bodies need to be developed to move more efficiently and confidently is a place that will benefit from having members on staff with the CLAY Certification.
Coaches will be able to teach the CLAY methods upon passing the hands-on and written tests.
Check out a sample schedule of the 3-day seminar.
CLAY LEVEL TWO SEMINAR
We’ve divided the sports world into four different athletic categories:
1. Running/Jumping 2. Throwing/Striking 3. Acrobatic/Combative 4. Dynamic Force Stabilization
There are primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary movement aspects to all sports. When the CLAY COACH attends the Running/Jumping Course, there will be three days of covering all aspects of teaching athletes how to run and jump – with respect to their Competitive Age.
The professional will learn advanced assessments and programming germane to the specific athletic category. The seminar will be hands on in three ways: by listening, by doing and by teaching. We teach professionals, and then watch them perform.