Winter RPM Training
Latest offering in True 2 Form’s RPM training series.
Fall sports are wrapping up, and if you are determined to get faster by spring, improve performance, and recover from or prevent an injury from recurring – this is your chance! The group sizes will be small to ensure that each athlete has the opportunity for personalized feedback and attention from licensed podiatric physician and sport scientist Dr. Deming who leads each class. A heavy focus will be placed on proper running technique and how to improve speed and quickness through better form. Additionally, we will improve strength and stability around the hips, knees and ankles to not only help develop a more efficient running stride but also reduce injuries. These classes can benefit athletes of any kind where speed is a factor. It is not your run of the mill, one-size fits all training class.
Athletes will work hard to improve in all aspects of speed.
Learn proper form and technique through fun, challenging and creative drills and personalized biomechanics feedback.
Improve strength, stability and proprioceptive coordination to help reduce injuries.
Classes will be physically challenging and test the athletes’ ability and endurance.
Advanced vs. Young RPM:
Dividing the groups by age and athletic ability is beneficial on many levels. It simplifies the training plans for the group and allows us to focus on needs more specific to that group. Most of the Young RPMs are going to be multi-sport athletes and the focus will be on general running form, balance/proprioception training, coordination and balance to help build a strong athletic foundation and reduce injuries while at the same time teaching them to run and move faster. The advanced groups are going to be older and the primary candidates will be XC and/or track athletes, however the strength and skills learned will certainly benefit any athlete whose primary goal is speed – whether it be soccer, baseball, softball, lacrosse, basketball, or even volleyball.
We understand that family schedules these days tend to be packed. With that in mind, the RPM Winter Training program has flexible options to try and give all those interested the opportunity to join us. However, keep in mind that much of what we teach requires practice and repetition to master just like any other athletic skill. Consistency is the key to progress. Classes will be small in size, and reserving your spot early will ensure that you don’t miss out on the chance to make the most of the program.
Days: Tuesday & Thursday
Time: 3:30 – 4:20
NEW TIME OPTIONS AVAILABLE: 4:30 – 5:20 Dedicated to young RPM program
- Session 1 – Nov 28 – Dec 21
- Session 2 – Jan 9 – Feb 1
- Session 3 – Feb 6 – Feb 29
Location: True 2 Form Sport Science Center (The Dome Sport Science Building; 12849 US-131; Schoolcraft, MI)
Below are the registration links to choose the plan that meets your needs:
One day & Young RPM options:
Starting Blocks – 1 session
Pace Setter – 2 sessions
Endurance Monster – all 3 sessions
Two day (Advanced only) options:
Fast Track – 1 session
Pack Leader – 2 sessions
Ultra Beast – 3 sessions
*Time Trial – one time drop-in rate. Give it a try and see if you have what it takes.
*Must call or email in advance to ensure space is available.
Pre-registration is also available if you prefer to pay with cash or check, email email@example.com to reserve your spot.