GPS PRE-SEASON STRENGTH PROGRAM

Monday, Wednesday, & Friday // October 1 – November 9 // 3:30-5:00 PM

Coach Joe Regan (MS in Exercise Science), offers an innovative approach to Strength and Conditioning at GPS. The program aims to build a solid athletic foundation while staying focused on the individual goals of each athlete. You can expect to learn functional movements, strength, and conditioning training, all with a strong focus on basic and proper technique. Each athlete can look forward to an increasingly challenging program as these techniques are mastered, preparing you to begin the Wrestling Season fit and strong.


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BAREFOOT BOOTCAMP

Tuesday (Tabata) & Friday (Power)  //  Sept 11-November 9  //  10:00-11:00 AM 

$20 per class – pay at the door

Run by former Professional Soccer Player, Amanda Da Costa, our Barefoot Bootcamp incorporates exercises mirroring those of professional athletes to get you fit in a fun way. Take your shoes off for an all new experience; strengthen your joints, move in the way your body was meant to, and recruit different muscle groups as you bare it all! Sessions will consist of explosive movements, balance, agility, and a little bit of yoga for your mental space.

WHY BARE? Did you know that wearing shoes all day, every day, allows our feet to slack off—and they eventually grow weak over time!? "When you’re wearing shoes, the muscles and connective tissues don’t have to work very hard to stabilize your body," states Gennady Kolodenker, D.P.M., a podiatrist with Hoag Orthopedic Institute in California. Your feet are designed to be the foundation for your ENTIRE body! As your feet become weaker from wearing “shoe coffins” constantly, you are essentially subjecting yourself to future harm to your ankles, knees, back…your whole body chain will be compromised. Not to mention, switching it up once and a while and going barefoot recruits different muscles that you don’t usually have to use when you’re laced up, giving you a total body benefit and added joint support.