Youth Training

Youth Development Training

Ages 6-10

This is the age coordination and motor skills become refined and athletic intelligence begins.        Therefore we will introduce them toyouth 2  the thought of Planned movement which becomes a foundation for the athlete’s level of competition, while still learning execution.  This is when the understanding of what I am doing and the why begins to become the dominating factor.  Preparation leading to the next level is key in promoting injury prevention as well as building extreme confidence in all arenas. This is the age of engaging in games such as Jumping rope, Kicking a ball, Catching, throwing, running and stopping (deceleration) to enhance their motor skill development and over all athletic ability.

These are a few of the areas we will cover in our youth training program:

  • Create Awareness
  • Teach Balance
  • Coordination
  • Tracking of speed and objects moving
  • Instruction of fundamental skill (with instruction time short)

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  • Speed 101 form and technique
  • Agility and Neurological activation
  • Teaching of Core Stabilization
  • Memory and Strategy
  • Entry Level To Specific Sports Movement
  • Intro to transfer of power
  • How to apply force



We offer a 2 or 3 days a week training options.

Class Schedule (starting November 1, 2017):

Tuesday and Thursday: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Training at GOAL is one of the best training and workouts that I’ve ever been in. The drills are clear, and the lifting, running, and sprinting are all profitable. I would definitely ...Read More
Adjehi Baru, Forward/Center at The College of Charleston