Strength & Conditioning Program

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Strength & Conditioning

MHS Strength and Conditioning Program:

The Middleton High School Strength and Conditioning Program, which is funded by the Cardinal Booster Club, is run by two extremely qualified individuals, Brad Rogeberg and Steve Myrland.

Significant effort has been made by Brad and Steve in helping MHS Athletes improve their strength and agility and thus take them to the next level.  The Student-Athletes are investing their time and energy into the program and are shaping the way for a new culture at MHS.

 

Out-of-Season Athletes:

Those athletes not currently enrolled in a sport are encouraged to participate in the out-of-season workouts being held every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 7 - 8 a.m. AND from 4 - 5:00 p.m. in or around the Fitness Center or Concourse. In addition, athletes may train on B-Days during both ASR periods.   

For those athletes that are in-season, your coach will make arrangements with the Strength & Conditioning Coaches for your workout dates and times.   

What to wear:

  •  Functional athletic clothing for warm-weather.
  • Shoes - the program empasizes both linear and multi-directional speed and therefore running shoes are not encouraged, but instead tennis shoes, soccer flats, etc.

 

Summer 2016 Strength & Conditioning Schedule:

Middleton High School offers a free summer athletic performance training opportunity to all interested athletes.  The program is cumulative and progressive, so it is intended for those athletes who can participate on a regular attendance basis, knowing that vacations and other obligations may occasionally interrupt training.  The expectation is that the athlete will attend all sessions possible.

The training sessions will be offered three days per week, starting June 13 and ending the last week of July, on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings and returning athletes will have a choice with regard to training times.   There will be two different training programs offered broken down as follows:

Group 1

  • Football                                                                                   
  • Boys Hockey                                                                          
  • Wrestling                                                                                 
  • Baseball 
  • Boys Lacrosse
  • Boys Basketball
  • Boys Track and Girls Field Throwers
  • Ski and Snowboard

Group 2

  • Cross Country
  • Girls Hockey
  • Boys and Girls Soccer
  • Boys and Girls Volleyball
  • Girls Basketball
  • Girls Lacrosse
  • Boys and Girls Tennis
  • Softball
  • Girls Track
  • Boys and Girls Swim & Dive
  • Boys and Girls Golf
  • Cheer
  • Dance  

Group 1 training will begin at 8 a.m. (Varsity), 9 a.m. (Varsity and JV) and 10 a.m. (incoming freshman).

Group 2 training will begin at 8 a.m. (Varsity and JV) and 9:15 a.m. (incoming freshman)

NOTE:  There is no sign-up necessary until the athlete attends his/her first session.  Also, if an athlete is encountering a schedule conflict they may attend sessions designated for incoming freshman and freshman may attend sessions designated for Varsity and JV.

What to wear:

  •  Functional athletic clothing for warm-weather.
  • Shoes - the program empasizes both linear and multi-directional speed and therefore running shoes are not encouraged, but instead tennis shoes, soccer flats, etc.