Elizabethtown, KY (PRWEB) November 20, 2012
The International Youth Conditioning Association has just unveiled its latest information product, the Complete Athlete Development 2.0. The product launched today and is currently available for $199.95.
Over the past several years, the International Youth Conditioning Association has become the world’s leading youth fitness organization. The organization remains the most influential force in youth training as a result of its dedication to promoting the current best practices in youth fitness.
“A lot trainers out there don’t know that youth fitness isn’t just a watered down version of training adults,” says Pat Rigsby, CEO of the International Youth Conditioning Association.
“Complete Athlete Development 2.0 is the IYCA’s biggest attempt yet to spread the best practices in the youth fitness industry to make sure that kids get the training they need to grow as athletes,” Rigsby continues. “The information in the product comes from the world’s foremost youth fitness specialists.”
Rigsby, a former college baseball coach, notes that the IYCA has built its reputation on promoting the principles of comprehensive young athlete development. Like all of their products, Complete Athlete Development 2.0 is designed with the goal of improving kids’ fitness.
The new product has been designed to give trainers distinct modules led by the world’s leading experts in youth fitness. The modules range in content from assessment and corrective work with Bill Hartman to mobility training with Mike Robertson of Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training.
“What Complete Athlete Development 2.0 offers is an extensive education in all of the major concepts in youth fitness today,” Rigsby’s business partner and IYCA co-owner Nick Berry says. “It contains a proven system for making young athletes better.”
Among other youth fitness training topics covered in the modules are power training, speed training, conditioning, nutrition, team play, young athlete development, youth resistance band training workouts, and kettlebell training for kids.
“Children and parents think of their coaches and trainers as experts, but real experts understand that the field constantly changes and demands consistent effort to stay ahead of the game,” Berry says. “Complete Athlete Development 2.0 teaches trainers about the best current trends in athletic development and how to safely train athletes to get better as they get older.”
In addition to the wide-ranging modules available on 14 DVDs, Complete Athlete Development 2.0 also includes a 228 page manual containing insights from the industry’s top youth fitness specialists, over 100 ready to use programs, and a syllabus with suggested assignments.
“The IYCA and the trainers we work with are devoted to a model of young athlete development that stresses long term growth and improvement,” Rigsby says. “A lot of trainers get lost in a highly specialized focus, often to the detriment of the athletes they train.”
While such behavior is common among trainers, the IYCA’s comprehensive approach to athlete development has won it international recognition.
“The time to become a better, smarter coach is now, and this product is a great one-stop place to learn just how to do that,” Rigsby explains.
Complete Athlete Development 2.0 goes on sale today. Through November 25th at Midnight, the product is available for $199.95, a $100 discount off the retail price.
For customers who purchase the product today, the IYCA is also offering a free ticket to one of two live events: the Annual IYCA Summit or the IYCA East Coast Summit.
For more information on Complete Athlete Development, visit: http://completeathletedevelopment.com/
About Pat Rigsby and Nick Berry: Pat Rigsby and Nick Berry are the co-owners of Fitness Consulting Group, a leading business development consulting firm within the fitness industry.
The IYCA is part of the Fitness Consulting Group family of companies. It is the world’s leading authority in the fields of youth fitness, youth conditioning, and youth athletic development.
To learn more about the IYCA, visit http://iyca.org.