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Crossfit Training

Crossfit Competitive Edge

Riverside City FC has partnered with Crossfit Riverside to provide advanced professional training and instruction to improve player speed, strength, agility, and power.  RCFC players already benefit from advanced coaching on the pitch and now they will get an extra competitive edge thanks to the benefits of CrossFit conditioning.  Learn more about this program which is available exclusively for our teams and players:

 

Crossfit Riverside
7899 Mission Grove Parkway
Riverside, CA 92508
Phone (951) 616-8106
http://crossfitriverside.com/

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Long Term Athlete Development Model

  • Key factors that guide and shape the LTAD model, such as physical literacy, the differences between early- and late-specialization sports, and variations in trainability across the life span
  • Information on the time needed to develop excellence in sport and how periodization of training is related to the developmental stage of the athlete
  • The seven stages of LTAD, from development of fundamental movement skills to training for elite competition and the transition to lifelong physical activity
    Considerations in the development of optimal programs for participants passing through each of the seven stages
  • Active Start. Until age 6, it is all about play and mastering basic movement skills! Children should be able to have fun with physical activity through both structured and unstructured free play that incorporates a variety of body movements. An early active start enhances the development of brain function, coordination, social skills, gross motor skills, emotions, and imagination. It also helps children build confidence, develop posture and balance, build strong bones and muscles, achieve a healthy weight, reduce stress, sleep well, move skillfully, and enjoy being 
active.
  • FUNdamentals. From ages 6 to 9 in boys and 6 to 8 in girls, children should participate in a variety of well-structured activities that develop fundamental movement skills and overall motor skills including agility, balance, and coordination. However, activities and programs must maintain a focus on fun, and formal competition should be only minimally introduced.
  • Learn to Train. From ages 8 to 11 in girls and 9 to 12 in boys, or until the onset of the growth spurt, children are ready to begin developing foundational sport skills. The emphasis should be on acquiring a wide range of skills necessary for a number of sporting activities. Although it is often tempting to overdevelop “talent” at this age through excessive single-sport training and competition (as well as early positioning in team sports), this can have a negative effect on later stages of development if the child pursues a late specialization sport. This early specialization promotes one-sided physical, technical, and tactical development and increases the likelihood of injury and burnout.
  • Train to Train. The ages that define this stage for boys and girls are based on the onset and duration of the growth spurt, which is generally from ages 11 to 15 for girls and 12 to 16 for boys. This is the stage at which people are physiologically responsive to stimuli and training; in other words, the time to start “building the engine” and exploiting the sensitive periods of accelerated adaptation to training. Children should establish an aerobic base, develop speed and strength toward the end of the stage, and further consolidate their basic sport-specific skills and tactics. These youths may play and do their best to win, but they still need to spend more time on skill training and physical development and less on trying to win (process vs. outcome). Concentrating on the process as opposed to the result of a competition leads to better development. This approach is critical to developing top performers and maintaining activity in the long term, so parents should check with their national organizations to ensure that their children’s programs have the correct training-to-competition ratio.
  • Train to Compete. This stage is about optimizing the engine and teaching participants how to compete. They can either choose to specialize in one sport and pursue a competitive stream, or continue participating at a recreational level and thereby enter the Active for Life stage. In the competitive stream, high-volume and high-intensity training begins to occur year-round.

Train to Win. Elite athletes with identified talent enter this stage to pursue the most intense training suitable for international winning performances. Athletes with disabilities and able-bodied athletes alike require world-class training methods, equipment, and facilities that meet their personal demands and the demands of the sport.

All scheduling and exclusive pricing is done by RCFC coaches and Crossfit Riverside staff and is not reflective of individual membership pricing and availability.  Please contact your RCFC coach for scheduling training sessions as a team.

  • 1+ Sessions: $5 per athlete, $50 minimum per training session (10 athletes).
  • 8+ Sessions: $32 per athlete, 10 athlete minimum per training session
  • 16+ Sessions: $56 per athlete 10 athlete minimum per training session