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If your looking for weight loss, muscle building, or just a very challenging workout then Performance One’s Athletic Conditioning Preparation Program is for you! ACP is an intense interval based training training program designed to increase your muscular endurance, strength, and build an incredible aerobic base. During your ACP session you may be asked to perform box jumps, push ups, jump rope, and pull ups all in a predetermined number of sets and reps in a given time frame. Our program is not one size fits all. We change and modify the program each workout based on your needs and abilities helping you achieve your fitness goals.
Our Athletic Conditioning Preparation -Fitness is geared for the everyday person looking to improve health, fitness, and overall well being. If weight loss is your goal then this fun and energetic interval program will keep you challenged and on track to rich your fitness goals. This program encompasses all the best aspects of our sports conditioning program with a slightly less intense atmosphere. The goal is Fun Fitness! Running, jumping, and weight training are but a few aspects of the program that you will experience on a weekly session. Your exercise training session will constantly change to spark interest and keep you motivate for more.
Days & Times:
Mon-Fri 8 AM, 10 AM, 12 PM, 6 PM
Sat 8 AM, 10 AM, 1 PM,
Sun No Training
Our Athletic Conditioning Preparation- Sport program is geared for the in season athlete. This 45 minute program hits to the core and touches on all the major components necessary to keep the high level athlete in shape and ready to go. Whether your sport plays 160 games or 10 games spanning 1 month or 6 month our coaches will keep you strong, powerful, and healthy throughout your sport season. We will customize your in season program to keep you at your best.
Our professional staff will also see to it that you are recovered from game to game with our exclusive Recovery Program. Don’t let the grind of the season wear you down. Proper recovery methods such as massage, flexibility, and hydro therapy can enhance down time between games and practices to get any athlete back ready to play. The more refreshed you are going into practice and into a game the better your play.
Days & Times:
Mon-Fri 8 AM, 10 AM, 12 PM, 2 PM, 4 PM, 6 PM
Sat 8 AM, 10 AM, 12 AM, 2 PM,
Sun No Training
Our Athletic Conditioning Preparation – Kids program gets kids moving. The goal is to increase gross motor skills to in order to lay down a foundation of flexibility, coordination, and baseline work capacity. Too many kids simply can’t perform basic athletic skills such as jumping rope and calisthenics. The ACP-Kids Program teaches kids the fundamentals of movement and exercise through a series of progressive training sessions. Kid’s Classes run from 45 minutes to 1 hour. Athletes will have one day of in the gym Strength & Endurance Training and one day outside on the field performing Running and Conditioning Drills.
Days & Times: For Summer
Mon 8 AM, 10 AM, 4 PM in the Gym
Thur 8 AM, 10 Am, 4 Pm on the Field
Performance One Advanced Sports Training is a private strength and conditioning facility committed to preparing athletes for the grind of their sport. We use the latest proven scientific and applied principles in the field of strength and conditioning preparing our athletes to compete at the top of their sport.
Our purpose is to help you achieve your fitness goals. If you are looking to lose weight, increase your energy and endurance, tone muscle or increase muscle mass, training with Performance One can help you realize your potential.
Each fitness program is specifically designed by Joe Micela, Senior International Coach for USA Weightlifting and Certified Trainer from the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
The opening ceremony of the 2009 World Weightlifting Championships in Korea was spectacular. Korea spent no expense with break dancers, Opera, comtemporary, and pop singers entertaining the crowd for a little under two hours. There was a little over two thousand people in attendance many of which were officials, sponsors, and general fans. The competition committee made everyone know of the their Olympic Gold Medalist Jang, Mi Ran (75+ kilo lifer). She is a national hero and is expected to easily win her weight class in this tournament. Especially considering her biggest rival Mu Shushang from China is not competing. It is still bitterly cold here and now I remember why I moved from New Jersey to Arizona. I hate the cold. Take care till tomorrow.
– Coach Joe
Just received the start list. Most of the US Lifters are in either the B or C session. Not terribly bad for how young and inexperienced this team is internationally. Aaron Adam’s of Shreveport, LA by way of Millville, NJ will kick things off for us tomorrow in the 62 kilo weight class. This is Aaron’s first Senior World Team but he is a multiple Junior World Team member and Pan Am Team member. Aaron will weigh in a 11 Am and Lift at 1 pm. We are expecting a good meet out of Aaron.
I just wanted to say how honored and privileged I am to serve as Assistant Coach to Galye Hatch, the Head Men’s Coach, and Bob Morris, the Head Women’s Coach . Both men bring a tremendous amount of international coaching experience to this meet. And last but not least is Henry Meyer our Team Leader/Manager. I have been Team Leader on several other competitions and it is a tireless job that requires an exuberant amount of energy and organizational skill. Henry posses both and has been on top of every little detail. We are lucky to have him. Collectively, we all bring something to the table and I believe we will be able to have a positive influence on this team.
Tonight we will go over to the venue for the Opening Ceremonies. I am expecting nothing less than awesome from the Korean people. By for now.
– Coach Joe
It’s Thursday in Korea and I finally got internet access. The trip was long and tiresome. The wheather here is very cold and I’m glad I brought my heavy jacket. Living in Arizona has thinned my blood to the harsh cold wheather. Korea is an amazing country and everyone has been very nice. The food and hotel have been top notch. The competition venue is first class. I was not personally in Beijing for the Olympics but many people have compared this venue to that one. The Warm Up room is very spacious with over 15 platforms. The Training Hall which is right behind the Competition Warm Up room has 47 platforms. Uesaka weights on all the platforms. The Korean Weightlifting Federation has spared no expense on this event taking care of every little detail.
Aaron Adams trained yesterday and today and looked sharp. He is always the life of any conversation and he brings a good energy to the competition. Today I saw Kelly Rexroad, Stacy Suyama, and Caleb Williams train. All seemed to be working off some rust from the trip. Caleb is very strong and worked up to a 200 Front Squat. Caleb is still relatively new to our sport and once his technique catches up to his leg strength we could see a very dominate lifter for the US in the 69 kilo weight class. We will be attending the opening ceremonies tonight and depending on the start list will see our first lifter going either tomorrow or Saturday. More later.
– Coach Joe
I am at the Phoenix Airport getting ready to board a flight for San Francisco and eventually on to Korea. I have been selected as the Assistant Coach for the 2009 World Weightlifting Championships and will be assisting Men’s Coach Gayle Hatch and Women’s Coach Bob Morris. Henry Meyer will be our Team Leader. This is the premier competition for the sport of Weightlifting next to the Olympics. Mesa’s own Sarah Robles is on the team representing the 75+ kilogram weight class. I will try to write as often as I can on my obeservations of the event, coaching, international coaching, and of Korea. Keep checking in to see how it goes.
– Coach Joe
Alex Lee has been preparing most of year for this opportunity to represent his country in 2009 Pan American Championship this June in Chicago, Ill. Of all the athletes competing Saturday night in Foster City, California, Alex Lee knows exactly what he needs to do to make the team. When it comes to international team qualification all the athletes are competing against each other but also against a qualifying total. It then comes down to simple math, have a higher percentage total then the next guy and your on the team. Alex will be competing against America’s top 15 lifters only 8 will be picked to the team. Alex knows if he lifts a combined total of 250 kilos (550 lbs) he will bump out two of his competitors and place him on the team. Coach Micela is confident that Alex will hit his marks. “He had a good training cycle and he is in good shape, the rest is up to him and being able to handle the pressure of the moment.” Lifting will start at 6:30 pm and can be seen live on Justin TV enter California Weightlifting Fund to view the site.
Friday night in Foster City, California Team Arizona Weightlifter Sarah Robles made the 7th and final spot on the 2009 Pan Am Women’s Team. Sarah, whom competes in the 75+ kilogram weight class went six for six on the night. In weightlifting terms that is a perfect day completing all six of her given lifts. Sarah finished with a 96 kilo (211 lb) snatch and a 126 kilo (277 lb) clean and jerk for a 222 kilo (488 lb) total. All were competition PRs (Personal Records) for Sarah. Sarah is Team Arizona’s most decorated female or male athlete. With only about a year of training under her belt Sarah has shown that she is going to be a dominate force in the 75+ kilogram weight class. Only three time Olympian Cheryl Haworth stands in Sarah’s way of solidifying her legacy in the sport. For more information on Sarah, Olympic Weightlifting, and training go to our main site at www.performanceone.net or www.teamazweightlifting.org