ATHLETE BOOTCAMP

Plus One Training

A challenging but rewarding strength and conditioning program for young athletes

What & Why

To prepare and provide young athletes with a springboard for success as they transition from middle to high school athletics and high school to college athletics.

Graduates from our Athlete Bootcamp will be physically stronger, mentally tougher, more disciplined, more self-confident, and less prone to injury as they face the increased rigors of high school and college athletics.

When & Where

Every Saturday and Sunday afternoon starting December 7th, 2019 until March 7th, 2020 at Exceed Physical Culture in Tribeca and Upper East Side.

How Much

Full program package, half program package, and individual session costs $600, $350, and $60 respectively. Water and post-workout recovery snack included.

Athlete Bootcamp Package & Sessions

Unlimited Program Package

$600

Unlimited attendance to our winter Athlete Bootcamp.

Half Program Package

$350

Attendance to any six winter Athlete Bootcamps.

Individual Session

$60

Attendance to any single winter Athlete Bootcamps.

Teenage Athletes

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM PLUS ONE TRAINING ATHLETE BOOTCAMP

A stronger body, tougher mind, greater core strength, and higher levels of speed, agility, and quickness. Athlete Bootcamps build resilience, grit, and a growth mindset – qualities that will benefit athletes on the field, in the classroom, and in in everyday life.

Grit & Resilience

100%

Speed, Agility & Quickness (SAQ)

100%

Growth Mindset

100%

Discipline & Accountability

100%

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Athletic Coaching Staff

Supplemental athletic training is essential for a young player’s athletic development. With customized coaching sessions based on ability, age, and goals, we accelerate our athletes’ academic, athletic, and personal development.

Brian Kuritzky

Coach

Previously played professionally with Hapoel Ironi Kiryat Shmona F.C (Israel) and The New York Cosmos after graduating with honors from Cornell University. There, he earned Academic All-American Distinction and Ivy-League Team of the Year and was a member of the U-18 US National Team Pool in 2004.

A tireless worker, Ironman, and Marathoner, Brian also speaks English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and Mandarin while working over 90 hours a week. He also holds a Masters in Educational Leadership as well as a specialization in Performance Enhancement for Athletes from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. He taught himself piano and guitar.

Brian is a big believer in hard work achieving results. His favorite quote is from Thomas Jefferson: ''I am a great believer in luck and I find the harder I work the more luck I have.''

Sean Mooney

Coach

Sean was born in Canada. Growing up, he captained his high school, select club, and provincial teams before attending Cornell University to play for The Big Red. While at Cornell, Sean was named to the list of Cornell’s fittest varsity athletes across all sports each year. He made ‘The 400 Club’ for varsity athletes with 4.0 semester GPAs. After graduating, Sean returned to his hometown to play professionally with the Winnipeg Alliance in the Canadian Major Indoor League.

Outside of his career, Sean is an adventurer and endurance athlete. He has climbed Mt Everest, completed Ironmans and ultramarathons, and is a world champion Chessboxer. He holds a national coaching level 1 license and personal trainer certification.

Sean's favorite quote is from Jack LaLanne: ''Everything you do in life, I don't care, good or bad -- don't blame God, don't blame the devil, don't blame me, blame you. You control everything! The thoughts you think, the words you utter, the foods you eat, the exercise you do. Everything is controlled by you.''

Alex Deckert

Coach

Alex was born and raised in Westchester, NY where he grew up playing for the prestigious FC Westchester academy program.

Alex was a four year starter at center back at SUNY Plattsburgh, leading the team to its best four year record in school history, including an undefeated league season in 2003 which finished in the NCAA Final Four. Along the way, Alex accumulated numerous accolades including NCAA player of the year and all-league honors each of his four years.

Alex's favorite quote is from Kevin Durant: ''Hard work beats talent when talent fails to work hard.''

Alex Kuritzky

Coach

A lifelong teacher and coach, Alex teaches high school at KIPP NYC College Prep - a school serving underprivileged teenagers located in the South Bronx.

Growing up, he trained with former Portuguese National Team Goalkeeper Coach and legendary goalkeeper Dan Gaspar. He credits Gaspar for laying the foundations for his goalkeeping career, playing Division 1 at the University of Albany. There, he earned regional Academic Honors while starring as a goalkeeper for the university's Division 1 soccer team. After graduating, he continued his education earning master degrees educational leadership and educational teaching.

Alex's favorite quote is from Walt Disney: ''If you can dream it, you can do it.''

Approach to Training
1
Training hours each month
100
New Accounts
1000
Customer Satisfaction
100

What they are saying

Jordan EvansNCAA National Champion University of Virginia 2009

Young Athlete Bootcamp is the real deal. I’ve played soccer at the collegiate and professional level amongst countless elite athletes — and have trained with world class instructors. These sessions are finely tuned to produce quicker, faster, stronger results — and cater to any level desired.

Sean DavisStarting Midfielder New York Red Bulls #27

Athlete Bootcamp is a great program run by great people. It’s tailored perfectly for all age groups and levels. I wish we had workouts like these when we were younger! We found it extremely helpful in preparing for preseason with the New York Red Bulls and plan on coming back whenever we want to get whipped into shape!

Simon MiallFormer England International Rugby Player

The Athlete Bootcamp is a tremendous workout and reminded me of the off-season sessions with Harlequins and England 7s Rugby side. It's a terrific way for any young athlete to build speed, agility, power, and explosiveness for any sport.

Steve NashFormer NBA MVP and All-Star

One piece of advice for all aspiring athletes is to grow this resilience muscle. Resilience is the most important thing - it is what separates the best from the rest.

Carlos JaguandeFormer player USA men’s national team

Young Athlete Bootcamp will make you physically stronger, mentally tougher, less injury-prone, with increased self-confidence and self-esteem. Perhaps most importantly, it builds resilience and grit muscles . There’s nothing else like it in NYC.

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