Words by Tracey C. Velt
Want to improve your child’s speed and strength? Consider speed and agility training for children 10 years and older. Here are some places around town:
Former Olympian sprinter Ernest Wiggins works with kids from age 8 to college-age, offering training for speed, agility and explosiveness. His focus is on the total athlete, including leadership, character, strength training through body-weight exercises, plyometric training, core strength and flexibility.
Run by Orlando Predators’ football player Marlon Moye-Moore, Camp 9 offers football-specific training along with camps.
D1 Sports offers customized athlete training for kids from age 7 to adults. Training includes core strength and flexibility, development of motor skills, strength training through body-weight exercises, plyometric training and conditioning.
Total Athlete Training helps youth and adults reach their athletic potential through speed, strength and agility training.
Orlando (near Mall at Millenia)
At Core Speed Training, they believe that to produce a great athlete you must become faster and stronger than your competition.