FAQ-YOUTH PERFORMANCE PROGRAM
Who is this program for?
This program is specifically designed for boys & girls, 8-12 years old who want to build self-confidence, self-esteem & better nutritional habits. Our main goal of this program is to show young boys & girls that working out is fun and it will set the foundation not only for sports but for the rest of their lives.
Will this work for my child?
Over the past 4 years, we’ve helped 100’s of athletes who want to get faster, quicker and stronger while building confidence. You don’t have to take our word for it.
When do sessions start?
These sessions are ongoing and you can start at anytime. All you need to do is setup your free assessment to get started.
How long are the workouts?
The sessions are 60-minutes long. Each session includes: a dynamic warm-up, speed & agility training, power development, strength training & conditioning. We also incorporate games into our workouts to keep them fun but also to instill proper technique.
Can female athletes do Hustle?
ABSOLUTELY! We have female athletes of all ages and sports. We love helping our female athletes improve and dominate the competition! Volleyball, soccer, basketball, and softball- you name it!
Where is the facility located?
Our facility is conveniently located at 1020 West Fullerton Avenue in Addison, IL 60101.
What if my child has never worked out before?
Don’t worry! We work with each athlete individually so the workouts are specifically designed for their current level of fitness. So regardless if they are new to training or has done other programs in the past, we will give them exactly what they needs.
Does your program also include nutrition coaching?
We will provide you with nutrition guidelines that will help instill good nutrition habits for your son/daughter.
How long does it take to see results?
Parents often tell us they see results in within the first two weeks. While your child will see some quick results, it’s important to realize that this is a long term process and in order to reach their maximum potential, they needs to commit to training.