STRENGTH & CONDITIONING
MOVEMENT EFFICIENCY PROGRAM
The Movement Efficiency Program will provide strength and conditioning solution that meets the needs of Valley’s Diehards junior development programs. The program is aimed at supporting the physical development of the young athlete in a safe and supportive environment.
Focused on ages 8-17 years
Junior – 8-11yrs
Youth – 12-14yrs
Senior – 15-17yrs
Starting January 2018
• Commencing Wednesday the 10th January with an information session for Parents and kids at 6:30pm -Valleys Clubhouse.
• Commencing Saturday the 13th of Jan.
Junior – 8am
Youth – 9am
Senior – 10am
• 1 x 1hr session per week for 6 weeks.
6 sessions = $120
Early bird offer signing on before
Dec 30th = $100
All enrolments via Eventbrite Further questions or enquiries?
Please email or phone Brynley directly on:
P . 0412 270 649
* Brynley also offers other services including one-on-one and small group training – contact him directly via email or phone.
Developing players will be exposed to a professional environment with high-level expectations around their physical development.
Players will be educated and safely guided and introduced to strength training via body weight means.
Players will be taught sprinting technique to enhance running efficiency. A highly important skill set for field based running sports.
A large component of the program will be based on injury minimization protocols based on best practice. Players will be taught movement efficiency, coordination drills, and game based play to increase Rugby League skill and game based awareness.
Importantly the entire program will be based on FUN!
A Parent information and education session will be offered in the first
week of the program to provide a meet and greet with Brynley Abad. This will provide parents with an overview of the goals and expectations of the program.
About Brynley Abad
The driver behind this program is Brynley Abad - an Exercise Physiologist & Strength & Power Coach for the Brisbane Lions AFL team. He has worked successfully across several sports more recently as the Physical Performance Manager with the 2015 and 2016 ANZ Championship team the Queensland Firebirds. He has taken teams to six grand finals across three different sports including Netball, Rugby, and AFL within a seven-year period. Brynley has had a long history working with young athletes including international tours (Japan and Wales) with the Australian U 20’s Rugby Union teams as their Strength and Conditioning Coordinator.
An avid sportsman himself, Brynley has competed and still competes at a high level. Some of his representative sports including - Pentathlons, Touch Football, Cycling and Rugby League – which saw him playing at the professional level in France.