Colossal Ops is a unique no-holds-barred training program structured to produce real results for the competitive athlete. Based on the CrossFit Football program, Colossal Ops strategically combines strength training (Power and Olympic lifting), speed and agility development, and metabolic conditioning workouts to produce the greatest amount of physical fitness and explosive power that is critical to success in all competitive sports. Along with the physical conditioning, participating athletes build mental confidence, focus, and perseverance that will elevate their performance and ability to lead in their respective sport.
Who Should Consider Joining Colossal Ops?
Colossal Ops’ primary target group includes individuals 14 years old and up who are participating in, or are planning on participating in sports where power, speed, agility, strength, and overall conditioning are essential to success. These sports include football, baseball, volleyball, soccer, hockey, lacrosse, basketball, tennis, wrestling, martial arts, and many more. Colossal Ops can also help individuals who may not be competing in a sport but have a desire to increase their overall power and conditioning including strength, agility, balance, speed, accuracy, stamina, endurance, flexibility, and coordination. Because the balance of fitness can differ between sports, the Colossal Ops coach scales and designs the workouts to meet the individual needs and abilities of each athlete in direct relation to their sport, current fitness level, gender, and age.
The programming for CF Football includes a Strength Workout of the Day (SWOD). The SWOD consists primarily of power and Olympic lifts. There is also a Daily Workout of the Day (DWOD) which develops metabolic conditioning. The CF Football DWOD is typically a combination of high volume weight lifting, Olympic movements, and speed/agility/power drills.
The Structure and Cost…
Participants in this program will gain insight into the unique physical and mental training that many top-level athletes endure to be the best in the world. Colossal Ops is a year long regimen in which the workouts are structured based on the in-season and off-season status of the participant’s sport. The program currently meets at 7:00 pm for a little over an hour every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. There will also be Saturday workouts scheduled once or twice a month. Through strategically designed high-intensity interval workouts and focused strength training, each participant will see significant gains in their athletic abilities and fitness level while engaged in the training. The cost for the Colossal Ops program is $150 a month.
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About Colossal Ops Coach Justin Paysinger…
Justin holds both a Masters degree in Sport Management and a Bachelors degree in Child and Adolescent Development. His education alone is enough to prepare him to be an excellent coach to young athletes; however, Justin’s lifetime of athletic accomplishments is even more extraordinary. Football has been a vital part of his life since he was a young child. Growing up in California, his family lives and breathes everything related to sports, especially football.
In high school, Justin was a three-year varsity starter and earned All-League, All-Region, and All-CIF (California Interscholastic Federation) honors. All-CIF is one of the highest honors given to high school football players in the state of California. During Justin’s senior year of high school, he was named the school’s Male-Athlete of the Year. After high school Justin went on to San Jose State University (SJSU) where he was a four-year starter at the Center position. During his collegiate career he was named to the Remington Trophy Watch list, which is an award given to the top Center in the nation.
Along with being named Team Captain during his senior season, Justin was also named one of thirteen finalists (out of hundreds of players) for the Wuerffel Trophy. This award is given to a football student-athlete that has best balanced football with academic achievement and community service. Other finalists for the Wuerffel Trophy that year include Tim Tebow, Chase Daniel, and Texas Tech’s Graham Harrell.
Throughout his career at SJSU, Justin was a consistent top performer both on the field and in the weight room. His football playing came to an abrupt stop during his senior season due to a career-ending back injury. After multiple extensive surgeries and over a year of recovery, Justin began CrossFitting in May of 2010 at Capstone CrossFit as his primary physical fitness regimen on his path back to fitness. His passion for CrossFit grew rapidly and, through his connection with football, he discovered the CrossFit football program. In April of 2011, Justin attended a CF Football intensive where he received his CF Football certification. In Justin’s words, the CF Football certification and his extensive experience will “… help develop young athletes physically and mentally so they can reach their athletic goals.”