The expiration date of all student physicals that expired prior to or during the 2020-2021 school year has been extended through the completion of the 2020-2021 school year. Completion of the Annual Health History questionnaire remains mandatory. Any student who has not previously participated and who does not have a physical on file is required to have a physical and clearance prior to participation.
Our goal of the strength training program is to prevent injury, enhance the physical (as well as mental) potential of all athletes and develop muscular strength in a CONSISTENT, INTENSE, SAFE, and EFFICIENT manner.
Over the years, countless types of training techniques have emerged. The fact is that everything works, but your athlete’s level of CONSISTENCY & INTENSITY is what separates your athletes from the rest! Strength training is a tool, that when performed at a high level, can create endless opportunities for any athlete.
What is a consistent strength and conditioning program?
In order for your athletes to be consistent, there must a very high demand for accountability. That means, it is demanded that each athlete must be ON TIME, ATTENTIVE and be PREPARED to improve on their previous best efforts.
What is considered a high-level of intensity?
Muscular strength is a requirement for the best athletic performance. In order to develop maximum muscular strength, one must train at a high-level of intensity. Our goal is to improve on our previous performance by doing more reps or adding more weight. The bottom line is, and always will be, the issue of CONSISTENCY and EFFORT. It’s not about how many hours you’re in the weight-room at one session or how many sets/reps that were performed. The quality not the quantity of the workout is what we are looking for from our athletes. Our workout intensity promotes mental toughness and the winning tradition of Lac qui Parle Valley. Our student athletes continually strive for excellence and work to compete at a high level at everything!