Summer 2017 Strength & Conditioning

Summer 2017 Strength & Conditioning

Summer 2017 Strength & Conditioning

The Raider Summer 2017 Strength & Conditioning program is offering weight training to supplement team summer activities.

The Summer 2017 Strength and Conditioning program begins Monday, June 12 and concludes Thursday, July 27, 2017.

NO activities take place during GHSA Dead Week (July 3-7)

Summer conditioning is open to rising enrolled 9th-12th grade students

Every student MUST have a current physical and up-to-date forms on file in PrivIT before participating:  Athletic Forms & PrivIT link
Report to the main gym at the designated work-out time:
 
Female Athletes
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday
8am-9:15am

Male Athletes (non-football players)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday
9:15–10:30am  
 
All Rising Enrolled 9th Grades* - Females & Males 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday
10:30am-11:45am
*Incoming 9th grade student sessions focus on movement development, an introduction to main lifts, and weight room safety.

Football Rising 10th-12th grades
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday
10:30-12pm
The Football players work out separately from the incoming 9th graders.

Any questions?

Contact Strength & Conditioning Coordinator PJ Graybeck (GraybeckP@fultonschools.org)


SUMMER PARKING
All athletes participating in summer workouts will need to park in the front lot near the tennis courts. The access road behind the gym (by the stadium) is off limits to traffic. Parents should drop off and pick up their students by the main gym entrance.

 

 

 

 

Meet PJ Graybeck, Strength & Conditioning Coordinator

PJ Graybeck joined the Raiders in June 2014 as the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator. He coached the JV Boys Lacrosse team for the 2015 season.

He brought ten years of strength and conditioning experience at both the high school and college level to the Raider program. Graybeck is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He has extensive experience working with athletes of all ages to develop speed, strength, and agility.

Before joining the Raider staff in 2014, Coach Graybeck was the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, the Head Varsity Boys Lacrosse Coach, and an Assistant Varsity Football Coach at Sprayberry High School. Prior to Sprayberry, Graybeck was the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Clarke Central High School; he also served as an intern Strength and Conditioning Coach on the University of Georgia Football team. Additionally, he held several assistant strength and conditioning coaching positions in high schools in both Georgia and New York.