SUMFIT - Phy Ed Credit
Summer Workouts for Phy Ed Credit
Registration for 2018 is CLOSED!
Below is information for SUMFIT (for phy ed credit.) We look forward to having you here for summer workouts in 2019!
Under the direction of coaches who have worked with college and professional athletes, the summer workouts have been designed to develop the overall fitness of the student through speed, agility, and power training.
- Fee Includes 30 training sessions, t-shirt, Gatorade®
- Register online (pre-registration required)
- Questions? - Contact Coach O’Connor
Session Options for Summer 2018
Workouts for Phy Ed Credit - SUMFIT .50 Credits - $150
FVL students going into grades 10, 11, or 12 in the fall of 2018 are eligible to take this class.
This elective class emphasizes strength, speed, and functional fitness. Students must attend a minimum of 25 sessions to obtain credit (participants may miss no more than 5 sessions). Class members must also satisfactorily complete assignments including mini-papers and/or essays to obtain class credit. Either the Beginner or Experienced option may be taken for credit.
Priority is given to those with schedule conflicts.
Questions about the class?
Contact Joel Kramer - firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-739-4441
SESSION 1 - BEGINNER - available (limit 100 students)
The pace and level of hands-on instruction in this session are appropriate for those new to speed, agility, and resistance training.
Who can enroll? Incoming sophomores, juniors, or seniors who did not participate last year.
SESSION 2 - EXPERIENCED (limit 140 students)
Students who are familiar with techniques and equipment listed in Session 1 will fit in well in this session. Training intensity will be increased, and the level of hands-on training decreased.
Who can enroll? Incoming sophomores, juniors, or seniors who participated last summer.
Registration closed for SUMFIT - Summer School
John is FVL's Strength and Conditioning Coach. He holds a masters degree in sports management with an emphasis in coaching. In addition, he recently earned a certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist. During his coaching career, he has worked at various levels of college athletics with stops at the University of Utah, the University of Michigan, Wayne State University, and UW Whitewater. In 2007, he helped coach Whitewater to their first NCAA National Championship in football.
As a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a certified strength and conditioning specialist, Mr. Bentz brings his expertise and over 35 years of experience to our staff.