Grant Jenkins presenting

Online/Distance Programs

Aus World Championship Rep Sarah Harvey

Aus BMX World Champs Rep Sarah Harvey

We understand that you might not have access to a gym or equipment, or that you’re not quite sure of the qualifications of the Coaches in your area so we have created our Online/Distance Programs (ODP).

5x Age group World Champion Tommy Tucker

5x Age-group BMX World Champion Tommy Tucker

The ODP allows you to access our highly qualified personnel without leaving your region, state or country.

You will be joining Athletes from North America, Europe, Africa, Asia and all around Australia.

2017 National School Boys Mountain Biking Champion - Matt Galway

2017 National School Boys Mountain Biking Champion Matt Galway

The ODPs are designed to improve athleticism; periodised to ensure competition readiness and are simple to follow.

Australian Junior BMX Test Team rep Chloe Gibbons

Australian Junior BMX Test Team rep Chloe Gibbons

To begin the process, with no pressure to actually sign-up, fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you within 24 hours.

(FAQs are below the form).

Regional u11 Finalist Kane Gibbons

Regional u11 Finalist Kane Gibbons

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Mobile/Cell

Date of Birth

Height (approx)

Weight

Primary Sport (the sport you most want to improve):

Secondary Sport(s) (other sports you compete in):

Training Age (how many years have you been training for your primary sport?)

Gym Age (how many years, if at all, have you been resistance training?)

Top 3 Achievements/Selections/Results in Primary Sport:

Please provide, if any, 'gym numbers' (e.g. max push ups/pull ups/chin ups; rep maxes in squat/bench press/cleans; etc.)

Please provide an overview of any significant or current injuries.

Additional Comments

FAQ

  • In basic terms, how does the ODP work?

You start out by filling the above form. We will then contact you for further information.

The program will be emailed to you.

Each program will be four weeks long with check points along the way to ensure it’s been completed properly.

We can then start the cycle again.

u 13 3Q Maddy Albury

u13 BMX State finalist Maddy Albury

  • How much does each 4 week program cost?

Platinum-level Program – $599

  • Pushing the Limits

Black-level Program- $299

  • Taking the Next Step

Blue-level Program – $49

  • Getting Started
u10 7A Brodie Gooch

u10 National Finalist Brodie Gooch

  • Which program should I choose?

If this is the first planned and periodised program it’s simple: we’ll start you on the Blue-level Program.

This is our introductory level program and consists of 10 phases. Each phase builds from the previous phase so it’s always challenging while new skills are being learnt.

If you do have some gym experience then feel free to contact us and we can help you decide.

2 National finalists in Elite women Sarah Harvey & Ash Gunn

2 National finalists in Elite women Sarah Harvey & Ash Gunn

  • What if I don’t have access to any equipment?

Part of this process is getting to know your exact situation so we can plan for it.

In the Blue-Level Program most of the exercises are based on moving body weight. Don’t worry though, we have the experience to ensure there is improvement with the least amount of equipment needed.

Over time, and only once you’ve ‘Earned the Right‘ to progress, you will need access to some equipment but we will see that coming and program accordingly.

Australian World Cup rep Nick Pedler

Australian MTB World Cup representive Nick Pedler

  • I’ve never been into a gym, won’t I get injured?

Short answer: no.

That’s why we asked so many questions and gather as much information as possible – we want to improve your performance and keep you injury free.

Also, click here if you have heard ‘bad things’ about resistance training.

BMX Elite National finalist Ash Gunn

BMX Elite National finalist Ash Gunn

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