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Strength and Conditioning Class

Strength and Conditioning Class

Smoky Valley High School

Instructor: Tim Lambert

Class Rules:

1. Shorts and shirt that covers your body

2. Be safe. (have spotters, and no horseplay)

Guidelines for Success:

1. Be on time.

2. Be tough.

3. Dont whine.

4. Stay busy

5. Do things right.

Grading:

1. Daily 10 pts.

2. BFS beat the computer sheets 5 pts/week

3. Technique testing- 100 pts per test

4. Attitude/workethic- 100 pts

Participation/ Beat the Computer:

Base on (10) total points daily

(10) Points for workout.

You will get a 5 for every day you are tardy

You will get a 0 for every day you have an unexcused nonsuit.

Tardy is -5 points per day.

All absences are 0 until made up.

Beating the Computer on the last set of the 8 core lifts.

Possible of (5) points per week

5 pts = 4x

4 pts = 3x

3 pts = 2x

2 pts = 1x

1 pts = 0x

You may choose to lift lighter on competition days. There will be a formula to follow on those days. It will be posted in the weight room.

Make-ups:

All missed days need to be made up. Make up work is due the last day of the 9 weeks.

For each missed day you must write a 100 word summary of an article over weightlifting or other

approved topic and email it to my school account: tlambert@smokyvalley.org

If a class is missed due to another school activity it is possible you could be excused from writing a summary. It is your responsibility to communicate with me about this. If you do not talk to me I will mark you down for a make up assignment.

NON SUITS CANNOT BE MADE-UP, unless you are excused in writing by a parent or Doctor.

1. A parent can only excuse you for 3 days before I need a dr. note.

Strength and Agility Tests

There will be tested areas: Bench, Hang Clean, Clean & Jerk, Full Squat, Vertical, and Broad Jump, 20&40, Dot Drill.

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