Junior Athlete Performance Training - measurement and motivation

RSX assessment system

According to various sources, originally, Karate students didn’t get belts at all. Rather, they received a scroll when they reached another level of skill. It was Jigoro Kano who introduced belts by giving Black Belts to two of his students.

After that, a Karate student received just one belt at the beginning of his training and he dyed it darker with each level reached. There are many theories associated with this practice. For example, some say the belts started out white and were allowed to get darker with time until they were black, signifying the length of time a person had been studying Karate.

To that end, the PhysiCore RSX Junior Performance Training program uses an advanced series of graded fitness tests. The total number of passed proficiencies will determine what wrist band color the junior earns. Each junior, regardless of chronological age, must enroll in the RSX program and go through the screening process to optimize training experience.

The next step for your junior:

RSX MISSION: To ensure a lifetime of sport-participation and enjoyment, PhysiCore’s training process creates a fun environment for competition, a junior-focused understanding of training and practice and appreciation of fitness through creative activities, open dialogue and positive motivation.