CRVBC is investigating the possibility of starting a high level training/workout program in association with Kyle Brown Performance. With the slowdown associated with the current 'Social Distancing' we feel it would be extremely advantageous for all of our players to have the opportunity to get prepared for their next/upcoming season. To start the process we need to get some feedback to determine how many players would be interested in participating in such a program. It would be 2-3 days per week and 1 hour each day. These would be on-line 'Live' training sessions. These would be group sessions over a Zoom connection led by an experienced and certified trainer. With 'Live' sessions you and your trainer can talk about the workouts, your needs, your form during the workouts, and your results. We are investigating the cost at the present time. The cost will depend on the number of players that take advantage of this opportunity. At first blush it is looking as though the cost would be $50/player per month, or possibly even less. Programs will be tailored toward volleyball players and their unique needs to play the game.
We cannot stress strongly enough how fortunate we are to have such a national level training expert right here in Concord who has trained some of the best athletes in America, and is a Olympic athlete himself.
In conjunction with the workouts and instructions helping you with the recovery phase of your training the KBP program also includes top level nutritionists to help round out your overall health, wellness, and energy.
We see this as an fantastic opportunity to keep our athletes ready to hit the ground running (and jumping) when they can return to the court.

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* 1. If offered, would you be interested in participating in this high level Training Program over the summer?

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* 2. How many days per week would you like to train?

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* 3. What time of day would work best for you?

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* 4. If this training opportunity continued into the school year to help you with your in-season conditioning would you stay with the program?

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