METTLE

BUILDING STRENGTH THROUGH MOVEMENT

"If you view everything through the lens of fear, then you tend to stay in retreat mode. You can just as easily see a crises or problem as a challenge, an opportunity to prove your mettle."

Robert Greene

$150 –

JUNE 4 - AUGUST 9

MONDAY - THURSDAY
8-9am OR 1-3pm

WORKOUTS WILL TAKE ABOUT AN HOUR

CONSISTENCY IS CRUCIAL

To truly benefit from the program, athletes should commit to 2-3 days a week at a minimum.
Individual movement sessions will last about 60 minute. Athletes can come in and leave at any time within the scheduled time.

Mettle is an evidence based Strength Training program for athletes going into 5-12th grade.  All athletes are treated as unique individuals who bring their own unique strengths and weaknesses to the gym.  We screen each athlete for injury potential and asymmetries using the Functional Movement Screen.  Based on the results of this screen, we create individualized programs for each athlete that follow our PRINCIPLES OF MOVEMENT: first MOVE OFTEN, then MOVE WELL, while they MOVE FAST, and sometimes MOVE HEAVY STUFF.

Ultimately, our goal with METTLE is to create a simple yet effective way for athletes to increase Strength, Mobility, Stamina, and Power, while also teaching them how to Control the Controllables — focus levels, eating habits, sleep, and inner dialogue.

PRINCIPLES OF MOVEMENT

Simple, clear purpose and principles give rise to complex and intelligent behavior. Complex rules and regulations give rise to simple and stupid behavior.

Dee Hock, Founder of VISA

FIRST

MOVE
OFTEN

In order to have the capacity to move well and athletically, athletes need to move often, in challenging ways, that allow them to explore movement as a whole, and how movement interacts with the senses to create a rich connection to the world around them

Then

MOVE
WELL

As an athlete explores a variety of movement, the goal is to own the movements.  Owning the movement means they can stay in good posture, breathe normal, and integrate the different parts of the body efficiently during the movement.

WHILE YOU

MOVE
FAST

As the athlete learns to own their movement, they will be challenged to move at game speed or faster, letting the body self-organize to find the most optimal solution the problems presented by the task.

AND SOMETIMES

MOVE HEAVY STUFF

Athletes will be asked to move heavy stuff like kettlebells, sand bags, and medicine balls to further explore their ability to move, and to challenge the body to adapt to the extra load.

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Meridian, ID. 83642

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