Elite Performance

Ages 15 – 18

Our Elite Performance training program for high school athletes brings intensity through advanced power lifting, speed drills, and plyometrics. Our ultimate goal is to help each of our athletes improve self-confidence and achieve his or her peak athletic performance.

During the first visit to KCSS, each high school athlete undergoes an intensive two-part evaluation, which includes both a structural assessment and an athletic assessment. Based on the results, KCSS coaches are able to determine exactly what individualized exercises and drills each athlete needs prescribed in order to be successful within and outside the KCSS walls. Assessments are done every month to re-evaluate and change exercise programs accordingly.

The certified coaches at KCSS recommend that Elite Performance athletes train 3 times per week. If you have questions about the volume and intensity of the programs, please contact the KCSS coaches for more information.

Building The Ultimate Elite Athlete at KCSS

Maximize speed: Sprinting biomechanics, first-step quickness, acceleration technique, and foundational body mechanics and posture


Improve strength and power production: Muscle endurance, core stability, development of functional strength and power, rapid force production, rotational development


Identify and correct physical and mechanical limitations that prevent peak athletic performance


Fine-tune skills used to improve overall sports performance


Focus on functional mobility and joint stability for movement efficiency


Master core power lifts and advanced speed mechanics


Improve reactivity through plyometrics and high velocity movement


Work on resisted speed work


Agility drills for faster footwork and quickness, better proprioception (body awareness), lateral movement efficiency, rapid response and reaction time


Emphasis on proper body mechanics


Vertical jump explosiveness and force absorption (landing technique)

Quick explosive movements


Recovery: Muscle regeneration, injury prevention, nutrition tips, physiological adaptations, rest and stress management