Step Up Your Game
Become a Certified Agility Specialist Today
How to Create Faster, More Agile Athletes with A.D.R. (acceleration, deceleration and re-acceleration)
You’ve Never Experienced Anything Like This Certification! The CAS™ Certification is unique in design, unique in delivery and unparalleled in results for you and your athletes.
I am not a big fan of certifications. I feel there are too many of them. Just because you have a certification does not mean you can coach or have the personality to get your message across to the athlete you are training. So I can understand the hesitation when it comes to obtaining another certification.
That is why I have developed the Certified Agility Specialist (C.A.S). This is not your typical certification. It’s not just memorization and passing a test. You must DEMONSTRATE your knowledge and skill to EARN this certification.
Most Certifications teach you the basic information while they take your money. You take a test at the end, if you fail you can retake and retake and retake the test until you pass. What kind of certification is that? This is REAL WORLD training for REAL WORLD results. I developed the CERTIFIED AGILITY SPECIALIST for coaches for are looking to provide high quality fundamentals to their athletes so they can excel on the competition field. This type of training is a must if you have athletes who need to improve what I call “Game Speed”.
How It Works…
STEP 1: Take the Course
Learn the proven techniques that have helped thousands of athletes and teams improve their game speed and skyrocket the success of your training business!
The methods of the A.D.R. system that are taught in the Certified Agility Specialist Course have produced State, and National title teams as well as Division 1 athletes. It has also produced athletes that have gone on to play in the pros!
You’ll complete the course exclusively online with professional guidance and support throughout the process. You will have 6 months to complete the certification. So from the time you sign-up, you will have 6 months to review all the videos and have your video test sent in for review.
STEP 2: Pass the Test
Successful completion of both a quiz and a video examination are required to earn the CAS certification. Your video test is requires to be submitted as a 10 minute recorded video of you teaching the ADR system to at least 1 athlete. (You can have more than 1 athlete in the video).
The quiz is completed online and becomes available once all course modules have been completed.
**NOTE: In order to maintain your certification after one year, you are required to renew and participate in CEUs. The cost is $60 annually for CEU and recertification.
STEP 3: Display Your Certification
Upon successful completion of the course and exam, you will receive a personalized certification badge and certificate.
The badge is designed so your accomplishment can be displayed on your website, email signature and anywhere else online that you choose.
Plus, your digital certificate is full color, printable and is suitable for framing should you wish to display your achievement at your home or facility. This will help separate you (and your athletes) from your competition.
If you aren’t 100% Dedicated to CHANGING THE LIVES of the Athletes and Teams that YOU Coach, this certification is NOT for you!
Course Details and Description
Here’s the course breakdown and what you will learn.
This certification will teach you step by step how to teach “Game Speed” to your athletes or teams.
Most coaches just do speed drills, never really thinking how does this apply to a game situation. Remember we need to prepare our athletes to perform well on the field during competition. If we have the fastest, quickest and most agile athletes during practice but it never translates over to the game it does not matter.
The CAS will not only just be teaching speed drills to their athlete’s. It will show you the basic step by step process needed to help your athletes understand how to improve their “Game Speed” and apply it on the field or court.
- Learn basic warm-up drills that will help prepare the athletes body for the demands of practice or competition.
- Understand the correct arm position and how to break it down so your athletes run properly and improve their speed.
- Use the “wall drill” to teach proper body lean on the acceleration phase
- How to get an athlete to stay “Low” at the beginning of their acceleration
- Different positions to start when teaching acceleration
- 2 types of positions when stopping or decelerating
- What is the key to look for when re-accelerating
- Optimal cone drills to improve “COD”
- Games to enhance athlete’s ability to understand the A.D.R. system
- SO much more
Step Up Your Game
Become a Certified Agility Specialist Today
Meet Coach Brix
Dave Brixius or known to most as “Coach Brix” is highly respected in the strength and conditioning field as someone who has worked tirelessly to help athletes, coaches and parents understand the importance of proper sport enhancement training. He has specialized in helping athletes improve their game day speed. The speed needed not just for running straight ahead but for moving in all different directions. His work focuses on the A.D.R system (Acceleration, Deceleration and Reacceleration), which brings out the best in agility and performance in athletes.
Since 2003 Coach Brix has looked to teach the fundamental of athletic movements to young athletes so they would have a competitive edge over their opponents. He stresses the importance of working proper technique so young athletes will have the correct movement patterns the rest of their lives.
Contact Coach Brix
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Coach Brix has always enjoyed helping others learn and grow. While not always comfortable with speaking in public. Coach Brix has worked on his craft of educating coaches, athletes and parents on the importance of proper sport enhancement training. Through this passion Coach Brix has been able to speak at numerous conference around the U.S. He has also hosted and been a part of many workshops for local sports organizations.