Frequently Asked Questions

Course Reminders

What do I need to bring to Performance Course sessions?

Bring a water bottle DAILY. Pack all keys and electronic devices cell phones) in a bag. Performance Course is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Sunscreen and bug spray may be helpful depending on location.

When will I receive the apparel I purchased?

Purchased PC apparel will be passed out weekly beginning the second week of course.

Does PC provide transportation or extended child care?

PC does not provide child care or transportation. Once the session is finished, participants will be released and we will begin a new session. Performance Course will not be monitoring participants on or off property before and after designated course times. Please review your program start/end date and time at All site locations, dates and times vary.

Will PC be in session on school holidays, national holidays and the week of Fourth of July?

PC closes for one to two weeks, depending on your location site. Please check our website for the holiday break schedule at Dates and times vary by location.

What time should I arrive?

Please arrive 5 minutes prior to the start of your session as we will start on time. To find your course start time, pleave visiti and select the course you are enrolled in.

How does PC handle rain and inclement weather?

Rain or shine, WE WILL BE IN SESSION! The only exception is if a school or campus shuts down or issues a closing due to weather conditions.

What should I wear?

Please wear athletic shoes and athletic apparel each day. We encourage you to wear light color and loose fit clothing.

What if I am injured or have a medical condition?

If you are under the care of a physician or have an underlying medical condition, please speak with your PC Coach on the first day of training and continuously communicate as the course progresses. We are happy to work around injuries and can modify the workout as needed.

What if I have to miss sessions?

While attendance is encouraged, it is very common for athletes to miss sessions due to conflicting school events, camp schedules and family vacations. If you will talk to the site coordinator prior to the missed sessions, they will provide you with an optional vacation workout. We have a NO REFUND policy and do not offer reimbursement for missed sessions. If you have a change of plans during a course, we will not make up session times or return tuition.

Can I attend multiple sessions in a day during the summer?

Please only attend one session per day. We do not allow or recommend any additional training hours.

Is there a place I can see photos from my session?

Pictures, posts and reminders will be available exclusively on Instagram, Twitter and/or Facebook. You can follow us on Instagram @PerformanceCourse. You can follow us on Twitter @PCNowisthetime. You can follow us on Facebook here: Performance Course*We make no guarantee to provide pictures from each course and session. 

Payment Plans

Does Performance Course offer payment plans?

We offer an automated payment plan that will allow you to divide up the course fee into equal payments with the first payment due at the time of setup. If you would like a link to setup a payment plan, please email and include the school and course you plan to register for.

Are scholarships available?

We do not currently offer any scholarships for our programs, but we would be happy to help you set up a payment plan.  If you would like a link to setup a payment plan, please email and include the school and course you plan to register for.

Course Descriptions

What is the Foundational Course?

The Foundational Course is aimed at improving young athlete’s coordination and basic movement capabilities. During this critical period of human development our young athletes will learn valuable skills that will benefit them throughout the rest of their lives. Thomas Jefferson once said, “Exercise and recreation are as necessary as reading. I will rather say more necessary, because health is worth more than learning.” As kids are exposed to a variety of exercises, their movement qualities will expand and lay the foundation for them to build from in the future. These skills will be developed through FUN, game-based activities that introduce teamwork and cooperation. In this atmosphere, kids grow to love training through competitive and outcome-based drills. The ultimate aim of the Foundational Course is to teach the athlete basic FUNctional movements that will be necessary as they continue through their journey, while allowing them to explore, play, and foster a love for hard work!

What is the Developmental Course?

The Developmental Course is geared towards our middle school aged athletes who are starting to grow their love for sports and training. We will focus on developing essential movement patterns in the weight room, with an emphasis on building strength through bodyweight movements. This allows the athletes to continue developing the skills learned during the Foundational Course and apply them in a more structured weight room setting. The goal is to provide the athletes with competency in the weight room and improve overall core strength. As athletes continue to mature, they will have developed proper technique that will allow them to maximize the benefits from strength training later in their career. Through our movement training, athletes will acquire movement skills that transfer to their sport. Proper running, jumping, landing, and decelerating mechanics will be emphasized. Competing in an enthusiastic team environment and continuing to cultivate character through hard work will always be highlighted.

What is the Advanced Course?

The Advanced Course is intended for younger male high school athletes along with our high school female athletes. These athletes will have demonstrated adequate strength and proper technique that has been carried over through their off-season or from the Developmental Course. During this course, we will begin to add more external load and start using more barbell lifts. An emphasis on technique will continue to take priority as athletes learn to produce more force while continually working to reduce the likelihood of injury from sports. Max strength will not be an emphasis but rather the focus on quality movements through full ranges of motion. Athletes will continue to build and improve movement efficiency that will carry over to their unique sport. Acceleration, deceleration, change of direction, jumping, and landing will all be points of emphasis.

What is the High Intensity Course?

The High Intensity Course is recommended for varsity male and female high school athletes. Athletes will be expected to work at a high level and demand more from themselves than they previously thought possible. As the name implies, this course is our highest level and the athletes will be constantly tested and challenged in an intense but positive environment. Technique and quality movement skills will remain a priority, while an emphasis on strength and power development increases. Athletes will be monitored and evaluated throughout the program to ensure quality movement continues as the volume of work performed increases. Fundamental movement skills will always be emphasized throughout our programs, with the High Intensity course progressively working towards skills that are needed to meet the demands of their sport.

Code of Conduct and Bulling Policy

Does Performance Course have an anti-bulling policy?

Performance Course will not tolerate any form of bullying. Any athlete bullying another will be given one warning to stop the behavior and the athlete’s parent/gaurdian will be notified. If the behavior continues, the athlete will be asked not to return to Performance Course. Performance Course holds the right to make such a decision to remove an athlete from Performance Course and by registering your child, you are agreeing to these terms. 

Upon registration, you acknowledge that you have fully read, understood, and agree to the Performance Course Anti-Bullying Policy. Bullying of any kind will not be tolerated and may result in expulsion from Performance Course. Expulsion or removal from Performance Course will occur to any child who is a threat to himself or herself or other participants, or who is a repeat offender. All expulsions or removals are at the discretion of the site coordinator or director.  If your child misses sessions due to expulsion or removal from Performance Course, refunds will not be provided.

Does Performance Course have a Code of Conduct?

Performance Course follows the code of conduct set forth by board policy at the respective district. Performance Course reserves the right to remove any athlete from a course as deemed necessary by the site coordinator or director. If your child misses sessions due to expulsion or removal from Performance Course, refunds will not be provided.