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Summer Progrms

May 6, 2014
By coach Silva of Next Level Athletics Sports




Next Level Athletics


Summer Programs:




Multi-Sport Summer Camps will begin on June 9th at 8 am for all elementary, jr high and high school students. This camp is designed to help all youth students learn the benefits of exercise, sports training and a healthy lifestyle.
Our training methods are safe, challenging, fun and results driven. Our certified staff will provide age appropriate activities the teach fundamental footwork, agility, speed, reaction, quickness and power.

This years camp will be held at memorial parkway jr high located at 21203 Highland Knolls Dr, Katy, TX 77450

 
We have a ratio of 10 to 1 athletes per coach and we offer elementary, jr high and high school coaches everyday. All coaches are NLA certified and will be supervised by NLA Athlete Performance Head Coaches.





Campers will arrive at 7:30 daily and bring snacks and lunch. NLA will have concessions daily for campers who need to purchase additional drinks and snacks. Parents are welcome to drop off campers for the day or stay and watch all activities. Parents also may join campers for lunch daily at 10:30 am.
The campers will do all performance drills from 8:15 am to 10:30 am each day followed by sports activities from 11:15 am to 1 pm. The sports activities will consist of soccer, baseball, basketball, softball and football training.





Campers may go from sport to sport daily to learn more of each sport or stay with the sport they wish to practice. The sport coaches will be athletes currently playing these sports at a college level or higher. Skills for each sport will be taught and games will be played daily in each sports.
Join us for our 8th annual Multi-Sport Summer Camp in Katy Texas. We have been in the Katy community for 14 years and have produced over 100 KISD scholarship athletes.

 
We are the leaders in Sport Performance Training seeing over 700 KISD students annually. You may sign up NOW at nlainc.org to reserve your spot!





Visit nlainc.org  to register.



NLA/FBU Youth Football Academy Camps:




NLA is now a partner of Football University and we will have FBU at each of our youth tackle camps looking for 5th and 6th grade players who will be eligible for the Eastbay All American game played in San Antonio next year.
This Eastbay All American Game is a direct pipeline to the Army All American Game played each year for college bound players from around the U.S.

 
FBU will conduct open house seminars at The NLA Sports Complex very soon and all 5th and 6th grade players in Katy Texas will be invited. FBU will have a strong presence at NLA and recruit kids from all that NLA does.


Photo: Tennessee Titan fullback Collin Mooney was up at Nla Katy today!

One of our 5th grade athletes last year made the 7th grade Eastbay All American game and represented Katy well. NLA has had several KISD athletes over the years play in the Eastbay All American games and we will continue putting players in these showcase games.

 
The best way to get your player to get noticed be FBU is put them in camps that FBU is apart of. So why put your athlete in any other youth football camps in the area unless it is an NLA Camp.


Photo: NLA All-Americans!  The last padded practice is in the books.   Thanks Coach Rey!


We have added 4 more NFL coaches to our staff and all our NFL coaches teach all positions on the field at our Football Academy Camps. You will not find better staff or better training anywhere else! NFL players are the est resource for football specifics, NO ONE ELSE HAS LEARNED THE GAME FROM YOUTH TO THE PROS, WHO ELSE HAS THAT KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE!
visit nla staff NOW!

Our first Youth Football Academy Camp will take place in July, you may register at katyyouthfootball.com and reserve your spot! All positions taught for 1st grade through 6th grade youth football players.


Photo: Getting our gear!

This years camp will be held at Rhodes Stadium and current NFL players will be present to talk to the players and even sign autographs/pictures.

Our camps are growing in awareness and support due to the success of our athletes of all ages. Our mission with our Football Academy Camps is to teach the youth of football proper fundamentals, the fun that goes into playing this sport and how to cultivate skill and talent.
So if you want to be really good at something, to become masterful at a craft there must e some joy in it. It has to be something you truly enjoy and have fun while becoming great at it.





We really focus on skill refinement and being experts in that part of the game at our camps.
At our Youth Football Academy Camps we are able to identify the balance between teaching how to become good or how to become proficient at this game.

FBU will be evaluating all 5th and 6th grade players during all drills and all scrimmages for their Eastbay All American games.
So join us for our Youth Football Academy Camps this summer in Katy Texas,


All Sport Functional Training:

This is one of our fastest growing segments at NLA. We see athletes both male and female from soccer, swimming, basketball, volleyball, wrestling, softball and baseball in this program.




Athletes participate in functional training protocols that include VERTIMAX, suspension straps, kettle bells, heavy resistance bands, energy system sprints, isometric and functional strength.

These athletes return to their respective sport STRONGER, MORE FLEXIBLE, POWERFUL, FASTER and HEALTHY!

Our athletes have been competing all over the place with outstanding results. You will not find better programming or better staff anywhere in Katy.






Functional training for sports:

 

Functional training, if performed correctly, will lead to better joint mobility and stability, as well as more efficient motor patterns. Improving these factors decreases the potential for an injury sustained during an athletic endeavor. performance in a sport.

The benefits may arise from the use of training that emphasizes the body's natural ability to move in six degrees of freedom.

In comparison, though machines appears to be safer to use, they restrict movements to a single plane of motion, which is an unnatural form of movement for the body and may potentially lead to faulty movement patterns or injury.

 

REGISTER NOW at ALL Sports Functional Training


 

In 2009 Spennewyn conducted research, published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research which compared functional training to fixed variable training techniques, this was considered the first research of its type comparing the two methods of strength training. Results of the study showed very substantial gains and benefits in the functional training group over fixed training equipment. Functional users had a 58% greater increase in strength over the fixed-form group. Their improvements in balance were 196% higher over fixed and reported an overall decrease in joint pain by 30%.

 

 

The Six Basic Rules of Strength Training for Sports

Rule 1: Develop Joint Flexibility.

Rule 2: Development of Ligament and Tendon Strength.

Rule 3: Develop Core Strength.

Rule 4: Develop the Stabilizers.

Rule 5: Train Movements, Not Individual Muscles.

Rule 6: Don’t Focus on what is New, But on what is Necessary.


 

 

NLA Athletes:

Real quick, alot of you know and have worked with our Sports Nutritionist Tarsha Jackson at NLA. She is one of our top figure competitors in women's sports.

She has been an NLA athlete for 2 years now and training only with Coach Rey in his competitor program. She took second at the Australian Fitness and Health Expo this month!

 




We are very proud of her accomplishments in her category and look forward to her competing again at the Olympia International in OCtober this year.

Coach Rey learned his strength training mostly from Lee Haney, former 8 time Mr. Olympia during the 90's. Lee was in town training Evander Holyfield for his rematch with Riddick Bowe and his two Mike Tyson fights.

 
The things Lee Haney taught Coach Rey are more valuable than any certification Coach Rey has.

Tarsha Jackson is living proof that when you train properly the body can do amazing things! Ms. Jackson is over 40 with a body like that.




Coach Rey also handled her nutrition throughout her training regimen. This is why I challenge all Katy Parents to join our Adult Fitness Program! over 31 years experience goes into this program and NLA CAN GIVE YOU NATURAL RESULTS LIKE YOU NEVER IMAGINED.

We have the best all around adult program in Katy! Try us for a free week and see how easy it is to get UNREAL RESULTS!





Congratulations to Tarsha Jackson! NLA Trained, NLA Competitor, NLA FOR LIFE!



 

Play Like A Pro, Train Like A Pro.

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GOD Gives You Talent, Don't Waste Your Talent.

Next Level Athletics Headquarters
21734 Provincial Blvd. Ste. 240
Katy, TX 77450
office:281-437-9629
mobile: 832-272-0827

 



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