Technical Athletic Training

Our program is focused on sport-specific athletic training for kids ages 9-18.

We will be utilizing specific equipment throughout the technical training such as sleds, tackle dummies, agility ladders, tires, ropes, and more. Throughout the training will focus on developing and improving speed, body awareness, coordination, balance, power/explosiveness, reaction time, and decision-making by using effective and efficient form in drills that encompass:

  • Acceleration– applying as much force as possible to the ground to explode from a still or slow-moving stance, while having good shin angles and body angles
  • Deceleration– slowing down and breaking from sprinting
  • Jumping– preventing knee valgus (collapsing ) and/or pushing forward when loading hips to jump, and using as much force on two legs or one leg
  • Landing– preventing knees and ankles (the joints) from absorbing force after jumping by learning how to use leg and hip muscles to absorb force instead
  • Sprinting – applying as much force as possible with solid knee lifts, and striking the ground using the balls of the feet. Many athletes heel strike when they sprint in their Athlete Assessment and don’t even realize it. Heel striking while running or sprinting over time will lead to shin splints, and foot, ankle, knee, hip, and low back pain. Sprint drills also ensure efficient arm swing, and stability through the core
  • Cutting– being as efficient (quick, agile, and coordinated) as possible during a change of direction
  • Backpedaling– retreating (backward movement) motion, where the athlete maintains “nose over toes” posture and efficient arm action
  • Lateral movement – learning how to side shuffle by starting and maintaining an athletic stance throughout the movement and being efficient by not clicking the heels and bobbing up and down.

T3 Technical Training will consist of the following:

Speed, Agility & Quickness

Specific training to improve running biomechanics such as movement patterns, reactivity, power drills, balance/stability, acceleration, and deceleration drills, and speed & conditioning drills.

Conditioning & Endurance Training

Soccer, basketball, football, tennis, dance, field hockey, swimming, lacrosse, gymnastics–the world of sports is wide open for kids. To help keep your kid in shape for any season, full-body exercises are the way to go. These conditioning moves help build endurance, balance, agility, and coordination while strengthening the whole body.

Functional Sport-Specific Training

Training the athlete’s body in a manner that is specific to their desired sport. These gains are achieved by making sure all functional movement patterns are where they need to be.

Upcoming Sessions and Pricing

Summer Session 1

Monday July 18 & 25 at 10:00a
Wednesday, July 20 & 28 at 4:00p

Summer Session 2

Monday, August 1 & 8 at 10:00a
Wednesday, August 3 & 10 at 4:00p


Now offering small group and private athletic training, contact us directly for information.


Tiffany’s Training in Royal Oak

219 E 12 Mile Road

Royal Oak, MI 48073


Single Drop-In: $30.00
4-Class Session Package: $100.00

Payment is accepted via PayPal @TiffanysTraining

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