Each Level Can be Repeated
Every 4 week cycle of each level is designed to be repeated and get continued results. In other words, if you decide to discontinue the program after completing Level 1, Level 1 can still be used for the rest of your career to get results. Or if you discontinue the program at Level 2 or 3, each cycle can be used multiple times or in combination with each other to produce results. Obviously, the best long-term athletic results will come from completing all 6 Levels. Each level builds upon the prior level to increase athletic abilities.
Level 1 – Athletic Development
You Must Pass our testing before starting level 1. See testing details above. The first level is designed to develop the proper strength and speed foundation to run faster, jump higher and prepare the body for higher levels of training. Another goal of Level 1 is to continue the advancement of the COREXS24 exercises in order to fully correct muscle weaknesses and imbalances.
Level 1 benefits all athletes. Even professional athletes with years of training experience achieve new personal records in their speed, jumping and lifting abilities after completing Level 1. Most athletes have not trained in an advanced system like ours and stand to make significant gains even starting at an entry level.
Level 2 – Fully Loaded
Level 2 combines different loading aspects (isometric, eccentric, and concentric) into one phase to teach the athlete how to control their body and properly absorb force. The more force you can learn to absorb, the faster you can cut, run, jump and safeguard against injuries. This level sets the stage to reach peak athletic performance in Levels 3 and 4.
Level 3 – Force Production
Level 3 taps into the ground work established in Levels 1 and 2 to maximize power and force production. The main goal of this level is to use heavier weight loads and move them fast with full recovery between each rep to maintain bar speed. Completing this training level sets the stage for athletes to reach peak sprint speed and maximize jumping gains in Level 4.
Level 4 – Speed Peak
Level 4 is designed to peak the athlete’s speed and jumping ability by combining three different training methods to recruit more fast twitch muscle fibers. The first method is called IMT “Immovable Object Training” where the athlete squats, deadlifts, benches without weight on the bar and presses into the squat rack at 90-100% effort. This improves force velocity without the risk of injury while being less taxing on the body than heavy weight training. The second method is called RRS “Reactive Reversal Strength” where the athletes perform lighter weight lifts focused on quick change of direction using primarily band tension. The third is APT “Assist Plyometrics Training” where we assist the athlete to jump higher than normal, tricking the nervous system to make better explosive and speed gains.
Level 5 – Rite of Passage
Every Corexcell athlete has to go through this rite of passage to fully complete our system. We call the training of this level “Max Prep” because it prepares the body for a 1-rep squat or bench max at the end of the 4-week training cycle. Performing a 1-rep max is exciting for most athletes, both male and female. It provides a sense of confidence in the strength gained from the prior training levels.
Level 6 – Black Belt Testing
The last phase does not involve any sports training and is used to test the athlete to see how far they have come with their speed, agility and explosive power. The tests include: the 20 yard dash, broad jump, vertical jump, 10 yard shuttle, and a 100yd x 15 conditioning test. When you test yourself, record a video of your performances and send them to us. If you pass all of our physical tests, we will send you a FREE black Corexcell long sleeve zip up top (representing your black belt) and you will also receive a FREE LIFETIME subscription to our training app.