BISHOP MOORE SPORTS PERFORMANCE
SUMMER SPORTS PERFORMANCE PROGRAMS!
Registration is OPEN!
SUMMER 2020 UPDATES
- We will be holding a 4-week program this Summer
- There will be sessions for MIDDLE SCHOOL, FRESHMAN and 10-12th grade ATHLETES
- The program will Run M,T,TH from June 29 – July 24
- 10th – 12th FOOTBALL will have a separate program
- Modifications will be made to adhere to COVID19 rules for youth sports
- Participants will complete COVID19 waivers
- Participants will be temperature checked daily
- Workouts will be organized in small group segments to allow for distancing
- Equipment will be cleaned throughout the day
- No participation if participants have a fever or are symptomatic
- MIDDLE SCHOOL – M,T,TH – 8:00am – 9:30am
- 10th – 12th GRADE – M,T,TH – 9:30am – 11:00am
- FRESHMAN – M,T,TH – 2:00pm – 3:30pm
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the overview of the program?
The BMC Sports Performance program is a chance for middle school and high school athletes to receive instruction through age and skill-level appropriate workouts. The program is coached by degreed, certified and licensed professionals employed by Orlando Sports Medicine and fingerprinted through the Diocese of Orlando. The program is designed to be fun and rewarding and takes place in a safe and familiar setting at the Bishop Moore Catholic High School athletic facilities.
How are the workouts structured?
Each workout consists of Four Segments
Passive – Foam/Stick Roll/Light Stretch
Active – Thermogenic
Dynamic – Movement Specific Preparation
Movement – We will choose one focus for each workout.
Strength – We will adjust for age and skill.
Calisthenic/Body Weight Exercises
Will the athletes get breaks during the workout?
Yes. Rest breaks are scheduled throughout the workout for water/hydration and recovery.
What are the goals of the program?
Goals of the Program:
- Build good training habits for the athlete
- Prevent Injury
- Improve overall strength
- Improve movement skill and agility
- Improve quickness and speed
- Improve tolerance to exercise and physical activity
- Improve overall athletic performance
What kind of improvements can my child expect following the program?
We encourage athletes to sign up for the full 8-week program and to attend as many workouts as possible. Benefits can be expected from 12-18+ visits which include but are not limited to:
- Reduced risk of injury
- Improved Strength and stamina
- Quicker foot speed
- Faster starts and stops
- Improved body control
HALEY SWEENEY, MS, LAT, ATC, CSCS
Haley is an associate athletic trainer at Orlando Sports Medicine. She holds a Master’s Degree in Exercise Science from UCF and a Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from University of Missouri. She has worked with our sports performance team for a number of years and returns to Orlando Sports Medicine after working with varsity athletics at Rollins College for the past few years.
Ronaldo Green, LAT, MS, ATC, CES
Ronaldo is an associate athletic trainer at Bishop Moore. He also works in clinical rehabilitation at Orlando Sports Medicine. He received his Bachelor of Health Science in Wellness from Andrews University and a Master of Science in Athletic Training from Stephen F. Austin State University. He has worked both at SFASU on the college level and at Disney’s Wide World of Sports prior to joining our team.
Gabriella Armor, LAT, ATC
Gabriella is an associate athletic trainer at Bishop Moore. She also works in clinical rehabilitation at Orlando Sports Medicine. Gabriella received a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Central Florida and has worked both at UCF, covering varsity athletics, and at Disney’s Wide World of Sports before joining our team.
ERIC GREENO, DPT, SCS, CSCS
Eric is co-owner and Physical Therapist at Orlando Sports Medicine. He holds a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Boston University, a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Florida and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Education/Exercise Physiology from Florida International University. He is Board Certified in Sports Physical Therapy and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Eric is a Bishop Moore Alumni (Class of 1990) and a former Bishop Moore wrestler. His oldest son, Jack is at Bishop Moore (2019) and Ben(2022) and Ellie(2025) is at St. James.
BILL BIAGGI, DPT, LAT, MS, ATC, CSCS
Bill is co-owner and Physical Therapist at Orlando Sports Medicine. He holds a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Saint Augustine, a Master of Science in Health Service Administration from University of Central Florida and a Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sports Science/Athletic Training from University of Florida. Bill is also a Licensed Athletic Trainer and directs the team of Athletic Trainers at Orlando Sports Medicine.
BISHOP MOORE SPORTS PERFORMANCE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
Along with providing Bishop Moore student-athletes sports medicine coverage by our athletic training staff, Orlando Sports Medicine also administrates the Bishop Moore Sports Performance Program throughout the year. Each Summer students have the opportunity to attend up to 8 weeks of Sports Performance Training. Over the Summer our focus is on developing strength and athletic skill through acceleration, speed, multi-directional movement and weight training.
During the school year, we operate in two different time frames. First is a preseason program for Winter sports.Following Christmas break, we also hold a preseason program for Spring sports. The emphasis of the preseason programs shifts to more conditioning and movement skill along with a component of strength in order to prepare the athlete for the upcoming season.
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