2018 FALL REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

The Young Guns Fall sessions are for students in grades 4-9 will run from October 2nd - December 20th. This program is available on Tuesday's and Thursday's and we are giving you the option to come: 4:30pm - 5:30 pm OR 6:00pm -7:00pm

The training program is 1 day/week or 2 days/week and incorporates strength, stability, speed/agility, balance/coordination and energy systems training. The Young Guns will be trained in small groups (4-8 students) and spend 60 minutes working on expanding their athletic potential each time they are with their coach.

All training will be done onsite at the DPC and Edge School.

1 Session Per Week

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2 Session Per Day

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 2019 SPRING SESSION REGISTRATION- Closed

Portal will open in January

The Young Guns Spring sessions for students in grades 4-7 will run from April 9 - June 29.

The training program is 2 days/week or 3 days/week and incorporates strength, stability, speed/agility, balance/coordination and energy systems training. The Young Guns will be trained in small groups (4-8 students) and spend 60 minutes working on expanding their athletic potential each time they are with their coach.

All training will be done onsite at the DPC and Edge School.

 

2019 SUMMER SESSION REGISTRATION- Closed

Portal will open in April

The Young Guns Spring sessions are for students in grades 4-7 will run from July 2 - August 24. The program is very flexible and can fit anyone's Summer Schedules as you get to pick how many weeks of training you want for the summer.

The training program is 2 days/week or 3 days/week and incorporates strength, stability, speed/agility, balance/coordination and energy systems training. The Young Guns will be trained in small groups (4-8 students) and spend 60 minutes working on expanding their athletic potential each time they are with their coach.

All training will be done onsite at the DPC and Edge School.

Why is youth training important for your child?

Strength and conditioning for prepubescent athletes has shown to have profound effects on strength, coordination, confidence and bone mineral density development. Due to the sensitivity of the young nervous system, this is the ideal time to beginning training movement patterns and neuromuscular development through exposure to a wide variety to movements and shapes. This approach helps expand the bandwidth of the athlete’s physical vocabulary and diversifies their motor potential.

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