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Parisi Speed School Programming
The Parisi Speed School – Butler NJ Program is guaranteed to:
Decrease Susceptibility to Injury
The sessions focus on –
Linear Speed Sessions: Parisi’s signature straight ahead acceleration and top speed running techniques.
Change of Direction Sessions: Agility and ability to decelerate and move in any direction quickly.
Upper Body Strength Training Sessions: Strength training exercise techniques and strength training information for the upper body.
Lower Body Speed-Specific Strength Sessions: Strength training exercise techniques and strength training information for the lower body.
The Parisi Speed School in Butler NJ Program has 5 components:
1. Evaluation: Every athlete begins our program with an evaluation. This is used to assess current ability, identify strengths and weaknesses, and group athletes accordingly. Using the information from the evaluation, every athlete selects a program that is designed to fit their needs. This program will be some combination of Speed, Strength, Flexibility, or Nutrition training.
2. Speed Training: Our signature speed methods focus on improving an athlete’s technique and conditioning. This will lead to sprint efficiency and increased speed.
3. Strength Training: Strengthening the muscles used in sprinting helps an athlete cover more ground per stride and be less injury prone. This education will also allow an athlete to properly train on their own when the program is completed.
4. Flexibility: Increasing an athlete’s range of motion will allow for a longer, more efficient stride when sprinting, and decrease the chance of injury. This leads to a faster, safer athlete.
5. Nutrition: Improving an athlete’s diet through education can create good eating habits, maintain an optimal body weight, and increase energy and self-esteem. These improvements help any athlete to be faster.
Parisi Speed School Butler, Kinnelon, Bloomingdale, Pompton Lakes
Frequently Asked Questions about the F.A.S.T. Program
Q: Can I pay as I go?
A: We do not recommend it. But, we certainly will allow it.
Due to our focus on training the athletes and ensuring that our clients receive consistent programming we prefer that you maintain a membership.
Remember, you get out of a program what you put into a program. If your attendance is inconsistent, your results will be as well.
With that said; if circumstances do not allow for your consistent attendance then we suggest speaking with one of our Performance Coaches to set-up a Plan of Action.
Q: What does each session entail and how long is it?
A: Each session consists of a warm-up designed to promote good mechanics,
coordination, and general physical readiness.
The workout consists of drills and exercises designed to promote all of the Athletic Physical Needs. Each workout will include time towards total body conditioning, strength and power development, coordination and agility and mental focus training which will lead to sport specific performance. These exercises are chosen by our coaches and implemented in each athletes’ program. At the end of each workout a cool down
period is performed to promote recovery. The athlete’s also may attend prior to the session or remain after the 60-minute session to improve their cardiovascular training.
Q: How Large are the Sports Performance groups?
A: The number of athletes allowed in each session varies from session to session. Our focus is on providing a safe and productive environment. This requires a hands-on approach that requires the FULL attention of our Performance Coaches. To ensure the success of our program we limit our classes to 4-8athletes per Coach.
Without fail I get at least one message a day that says something like, "I'm 40+ and out of shape. My BP is high, my dr is worried I'm going to have a heart attack. I do X and Y for my training but it doesn't seem to be working". (Obviously I've paraphrased here as many of the messages are far more indepth and have some really serious health issues spoken of).
Let's break this down...
Most people have an education and skillset focused on their job. It makes sense. We only have a certain amount of time and energy and once you've got a serious job and kids that dwindles even more.
So, you're in your 40s and you've spent decades learning how to be an accountant or dentist or whatever it is you do and I'm sure you have a high level of skill and experience at it.
But when you're out of shape and your doctor is telling you all kinds of scary things that's proof that when it comes to staying in shape you aren't very educated. Or worse, that like many you "think" you know what to do. But you don't and your current shape is all the proof you should need that you don't actually know about how to be healthy and fit.
Here's where the pain starts. You email me or someone like me and ask for help. Trainers like helping people. No one lasts in this field if they don't genuinely like helping others. So we help a bit but it's our job and we have the same bills to pay as you do.
So we ask for some money to help you out. And you balk saying it's too expensive. Well, it may seem expensive in the short term but I guarantee it's cheaper than having a heart attack or needing a discectomy is going to be. And paying to be taught right now what to do is going to save an awful lot of time compared to now trying to learn all about it yourself.
You're going to need to spend something at this point. It's time or money. Time, if you want to try to do it all on your own, or money if you want to pay for expert guidance to get you there asap. But either way it's going to cost you.