School Holiday Program 2020

Who is it for?

Our Athletic Development School Holiday Program is for high school students who want to build athleticism for specific sport while minimising the risks of injury.

When is it?

  • Every school holiday.
  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday mornings

What will you get?

  • Athletic Development
  • Reduce injuries
  • Learn the correct technique
  • Take-home program at the end
  • Nutrition guidance

What to bring?

  • Wear training/athletic clothing with closed-in shoes
  • Spare shirt

Costs?

  • $30 per session or $75 per week

Where is it?

Ashgrove Sports Ground
Yoku Road
Ashgrove Qld 4060

About Us

PROPEL is an internationally recognised Athletic Development Facility.

We are passionate about improving Performance, Return to Play Rehabilitation and/or General Fitness.

Some of our elite coaches hold the Highest Accreditation in Performance Strength & Conditioning and have helped many athletes return to peak performance after suffering an injury and can help you too.

To book your spot, please fill out the form below.

Registration form

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What others say about us?

Grant was highly recommended as someone who took a balanced but differentiated approach to coaching and training athletes. My son was looking to add some baulk for rugby, but Grant just promised to make him a better and more balanced athlete overall. As a result of this training approach, he has achieved and exceeded his short-term rugby goals. He loves his training sessions at Propel.

The school offered an outsourced program. It did not resonate and get the buy-in that Propel did. It wasn’t as personalised as Propel and Grant and his team have really got to understand not only my son’s athletic objectives, but they know him as a person. The life development aspect is as important as the athlete development.

From the outset, Propel gave my son challenges and stimulation he had not before faced. All for the better. He absolutely loves the community and comradery. Plus, he has just learnt so much about looking after his body and mind, including nutrition and resilience.

Andrew
Lachlan’s father