DCL Multisport Fitness/Scott Bikes  - Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for a Division I College

DCL P.E. 360 Classes

Strength Programs 
Sports Programs

Program Information:

Class One 2 to 3 year old
• Warm-up Active flexibility drills
• Abdominal and mid-section conditioning
• Plyometrics, jumping drills
• Jump drills, speed ladder drills, footwork drills
• Just an example (Kickball) of a some half-hour game that they
  will play at the end of each lesson
• Cool down

Class Two 3 to 5 year old (Pre-K)  Class Three 5 to 8 year old K-2nd  
• Warm-up Active flexibility drills
• Abdominal and mid-section conditioning
• Plyometrics, jumping drills
• Jump drills, speed ladder drills, footwork drills
• Agility drills, speed improvement and conditioning drills
• Passive Flexibility/Cool down
• Workout session ends Abdominal and mid-sectionconditioning
• Just an example (Kickball) of a some half-hour game thatthey will 
  play at the end of each lesson
• Cool down

Class Three Grades 1 to 12
• Warm-up jump Active flexibility drills
• Abdominal and mid-section conditioning
• Lifting sessions, lifting program based on age,andability level
• Plyometrics, jumping drills• Agility drills, speed improvement and 
  conditioning drills
• Passive Flexibility/Cool down
• Workout session ends Abdominal and mid-sectionconditioning
• Power Development Drills:
• Running Mechanics Drills: Arm Drive/ Posture Station,Wall Drills/ Knee 
  Drive, Starts
• Drills, speed ladder drills, footwork drills• Agility drills, speed drills, 
  and speed conditioning drills
• Cool down

Sxhool or DCL Center

Individual Training  
(2-5 students):

• Cost Per Person: members 
  $30 for members per 
  session for an month program. 
• At DCL location training center or 
  your school. 
• Sessions focus on basic technique 
  and safety Small Group Training 
  
(6-or more students): 

• We also offer a school price: $250.00 a month
• Cost Per Person: members $30 for members 
  per session for an month program. 
• At DCL location training center or your school. 
• Sessions focus on basic technique and safety


Almost seven in 10 parents say their child’s school does not provide daily physical education even though experts recommend 150 to 225 minutes per school week.




For immediate release: December 2, 2013 

Princeton, N.J. – In a time of heightened worries that U.S. public schools do not 
give enough emphasis to math and English, a new poll released today finds that 
many parents are concerned about inadequate levels of physical education. 
NPR/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) 
polled 1,368 parents of public school children in grades K-12 on a range of issues around education and health in the their child’s school. One in four parents (25%) 
said their child’s school gives too little emphasis to physical education, compared 
with one in seven who say the same thing about reading and writing (14%) 
or math (15%).







































DCL Multisports Fitness 
Sports Training Center 
and Education
519 East Eva St Suite C-D 
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Phone: 215 284 1391
e-mail davidclauria@gmail.com
e-mail david@dclmultisportfitness.com
www.dclmultisportfitness.com



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