Wildcat Strength & Conditioning

We train student-athletes to achieve their God-given potential and perform at peak athletic ability.

Summer Strength & Conditioning Program

The summer strength & conditioning program is focused on developing athleticism and community among student-athletes entering 7th–12th grade at Westminster. The workouts are designed to improve general strength, power, speed, agility, and endurance using movements and drills that apply to all athletic events. Learn more and sign up on the registration page.

Contact Michael Dillon with questions.

Session Dates

S&C Summer Session

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Strength & Conditioning Classes

Students have the option to enroll in strength and conditioning classes during the school day while earning a half-credit toward their physical education graduation requirement. These athletes do not need to stay after school to train.

Middle School

Middle School Strength Training

Any middle school students interested in lifting weights are invited to the weight room every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:45–4:30 p.m. Students are taught basic weight room procedures and a strength training routine specifically designed for their age group. There is no sign up required.

Off-Season Training

Out-of-Season Athletes

If a student is unable to fit one of the strength and conditioning classes into his or her schedule, he or she can work out after school on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 3:45–5 p.m.

In-Season Training

In-Season Athletes

In-season athletes are in “maintenance mode” because of the training they do off-season and should focus on maintaining their strength throughout the season. As part of the strength and conditioning program, athletes work out twice a week for 30 minutes, focusing on four lifts with slightly lighter weights. The student’s coach will address the conditioning element.