About Us

Playmakers Elite Athletic Training, Inc is a youth sports fitness and training organization for boys and girls ages five (5) to eighteen (18).

The goal of the Playmakers organization is to help all youth athletes maximize their skills thus enabling them to perform at a higher level. The organization strives to meet this goal thru their various specialized programs that are designed to teach, encourage, train, build and develop the young body and mind.

The Playmakers staff consists of certified trainers, high school and semi-pro coaches, and college athletes.

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HOW TO

Apply: Online Only - complete the online application
Athlete or Parent from the Home page - select Athlete Application
Coach/Staff from the Home page - select Coach/Staff Application
New Application - enter a unique User ID and Password
Submit - create your account
Application - enter requested information
Submit - process application
Verify: Your primary email address must be VERIFIED.
Only applicants with a verified email address will be allowed to register for a program.
An email from playmakerseat.com will be sent to your primary email address. Follow the instructions in the email to verify your email address.
Register: Online Only
Sign In - enter your unique User Id and Password
Select Your Program/Action - enter requested information
Submit - Registers you for the selected program/action
Pay:
Online: with a Credit/Debit Cards
If you are not already signed in:
Sign In - enter your unique User Id and Password
Select Shopping Cart - pay fees
Submit Card Payment - enter payment info
Submit Check Payment - pay on-site or mail a check
Manually: Make checks/money orders payable to: Playmakers
On-site: Cash, Check, Money Order,
Mail: Check or Money Order and mail to:
Playmakers
9003 Fox Lair Drive
Burke, Va. 22015
Refund /Return Policy:
Return Check Fee: $35.00
No refund for missed sessions
Registration Fees are not refundable
All refunds are prorated
 

Explosive Movement

Training focuses on:
Agility … quick backward, forward and lateral movements and hand and eye coordination
Endurance … propel conditioning to higher levels through high intensity repetitious controlled movements
Power … boost explosive strength by utilizing proper foot placement and stride frequency combined with forceful striking combinations
Core Strength … total body workouts, applicable weight lifting and training exercises that builds muscles that are essential to all athletic movements
Position Skills … All skill levels for the following sports
  1. Football enhance basic fundamental skills including passing, rushing, receiving, blocking and safety rules
  2. Basketball - learn skills and techniques including shooting, dribbling, passing and other basic fundamentals
  3. Cheerleading - skills taught include motions, tumbling, jumps, dance, chants and cheers
Training Sessions: Scheduled January thru April
A session is ninety (90) minutes
Forty five (45) minutes … endurance, power and core strength
Forty five (45) minutes … position skills or agility training
For school age (6-18) boys and girls
Fees: TBD
Locations: TBD
* Make up for missed session(s) must be scheduled forty eight(48) hours before the scheduled session.
** League Discount available
 

7V7 (Football)

7V7 is non tackle (flag) football played by middle and high school students that give them the opportunity to "showcase" their talent to middle and high school coaches and college coaches and recruiters, while participating in IMG, NFA and DMV sanctioned tournaments.

The Playmakers program concentrates on developing specific position techniques and basic fundamentals that will enable the athlete to obtain next level skills utilizing their innate athleticism and talent.

7V7 Club: 18U
7V7 Next Level Greats: 15U
7V7 Middle School: 12U
7V7 Elementary: 10U
Fees:
Registration … $35.00 (nonrefundable)
Player … (Uniforms, Travel, Insurance Field Rental tournaments)
Tournament … TBD (IMG sanctioned)
Practice and Tournaments:
Scheduled February thru June
Detail schedule TBA
Practice Locations: TBD
 

Personal Training

Individualized position specific training adapted for all sports, skill levels and abilities, self paced and designed to enhance the athlete's performance.

Training Sessions:
Ninety (90) minutes per session
Scheduled January thru December (outdoors when weather permits)
For school ages (6-18) boys and girls
Locations: TBA
Make up for missed session(s) must be scheduled forty eight(48) hours before the scheduled session.
 

Coach's Clinic

This clinic is for youth sports coaches and will consist of discussions and training provided by Red Cross instructors and media presentations. The clinic will provide the attendees with CPR training and certification and Concussion symptoms, treatment and certification.

Select 'Clinic' for the Coach Type, on your application.

Clinic Sessions:
Four (4) Hours
Dates and Time (TBD)
Fee … TBD
Locations: TBD
 

Football Camps

The camps are designed to help the campers improve their football skills and the development of safe playing habits. Working with other campers, the meaning of teamwork and sportsmanship will be stressed as important athletic values.

The camp staff will be giving instructions in basic football skills such as: blocking, tackling, running and other football related skills adapted to benefit all skill sets and experience levels. Daily sessions will include drills to help correct faults and upgrade skill levels.

Camps: TBA
'Spring Break'
'Summer'
For school ages (5-13)
Rules:

Campers will not be permitted to leave the school campus during the session, unless released to a parent/guardian and signed out in the presence of the camp director. Use of tobacco products, illegal drugs and/or alcoholic beverages will result in dismissal from camp.

 

Playmakers Elite Youth Football

Playmakers Elite Youth Football is an inclusive program developed to foster a confidence and sense of self-worth in all players that extend beyond the gridiron and into the school, family and community. Playmakers believe that belonging to a team, enjoying friendships and having responsibility is important to every child. Participating in a sport not only improves their skills physically, but socially and emotionally. Youth are given the opportunity to transform their abilities into achievements. While building a network of friends, support, and trust.

PEAT Bears Team Format:
Eight Teams … 6U, 7U, 8U, 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U & 13U each team will consist of the following:
Players - 26 max.
Head Coach - 1
Asst. Coaches - 4 max.
Team Manager
Game Day Monitor
MPR Attendant
Field Marshall
Requirements: - before allowed to practice
  1. Proof of age - Birth Certificate
  2. 6U - ages 6 & under July 31st of current year
    7U - ages 7 & under July 31st of current year
    8U - ages 8 & under July 31st of current year
    9U - ages 9 & under July 31st of current year
    10U - ages 10 & under July 31st of current year
    11U - ages 11 & under July 31st of current year
    12U - ages 12 & under July 31st of current year
  3. *Medical Release - signed & dated by physician
  4. *Current Photo ID - DMV, Military or Passport
  5. *Emergency Medical Consent
  6. *MTBI Concussion Annual Form
  7. Signed Waivers required by AYF
  8. Grade Verification & Scholastic Eligibility - copy of school year report
  9. *Paid Registration Fee
  10. When provided, must use team transportation and accommodations
  11. Actively participate in all Organization & Team Fundraisers
* before allowed to practice
Fees & Discounts: TBD
  1. Registration … $35.00 - nonrefundable
  2. Returned Check Fee … $35.00
Fundraising: All team members must actively participate in fundraisers
Organization: Sponsored by Playmakers Elite Athletic Training staff
Net Proceeds benefits Operating Expenses includes but not limited to the following: Post Season Games & Tournaments, Home Field Acquisition, League Fees and Game Day Personnel

TEAM: Sponsored by Individual Team
Net proceeds benefits Team Activities & Expenses
Equipment & Uniforms:
The following items are Rented and must be returned to PME League at the end of the season:
Helmet
Shoulder Pads
Pants
Jersey (1)

The following items are Mandatory and must be purchased by you:
Mouthpiece
Girdle
Knee Pads

We recommend that you purchase the Mandatory items from the Online Team Store. When the store is open you will be sent a notice via email.
Practice:

Pre-season practice usually starts the 4th Monday in July, length can be on a daily basis until Labor Day, but must not exceed 10 hours per week, and two and a half (2.5) hours in duration per day. A mandatory 10-minute break ("Mandatory Break") after each hour of practice is required. After Labor Day, all practices may not exceed a maximum of eight (8) hours per week, with a maximum of two and a half (2.5) hours per day. Mandatory Breaks are still required. All players, regardless of when they join the team, must have at least one week of conditioning (at least 10 hours) before they are allowed to engage in regular practice sessions. Conditioning is defined as basic warm-up exercises; conditioning for jumps & tumbling (not tumbling), arm motion drills; and; learning of cheers or chants.

Games: The Football season is August thru December scheduled to include following:
  1. Four Home Games
  2. Four Away games
  3. Conference Playoff Games
  4. State Championship Games --- TBD
  5. Regional Championship Games --- TBD
  6. National Championship Games --- TBD
 

Playmakers Elite Youth Cheerleaders

Team Name - PEAT Bears

Playmakers Elite Youth Cheerleaders are members of the American Youth Cheer, hereafter known as AYC, an all-inclusive youth cheerleading, dance and step League. AYC allows local autonomy except to the extent that basic safety rules must be followed. It is required that AYC Leagues follow, at minimum, the safety rules of United States All Star Federation, including prohibitions against the use of trampolines, springboards, and over two-high stunts and pyramids PEAT is committed to creating a positive competitive environment, where your cheerleader can highlight and develop her skills, while learning side line Cheers, chants, tumbling, Jumps, dance routines and participating in AYC sanctioned local, regional and national championships and competitions. The program also provides access to year round camps and clinics. The cheer season coincides with the football season which is the 4th Monday of July through the National Championship in December.

Team Formation:
Cheerleaders - Ages 5-14
Head Coach - 1
Asst. Coaches - max. 2
Team Manager
Game Day Assistant
Junior Demonstrator - optional
Requirements:
*Registration Fee Paid
*copy of Birth Certificate
*Medical Release - signed and dated by attending Physician
*Emergency Medical Consent
*MTBI Concussion Annual Form
Grade Verification & Scholastic Eligibility - copy of school year report
Current Photo ID
Signed waivers that are required by AFC
When provided, must use team transportation and accommodations
Actively participate in all Organization & Team Fundraisers
* to participate in practice
Uniform & Accessories: - included in Cheer Fee
Skirt, Vest, Midriff & Pom Poms - to be returned at end of season
Shoes, Socks, Hair Bow, Spanky, Practice shorts & t-shirt and Cheer Clinic
Fees & Discounts: TBD
  1. Registration … $35.00 - nonrefundable
  2. Cheer Camp … optional
  3. Returned Check Fee … $35.00
Fundraising: All team members must actively participate in fundraisers.
Organization: Sponsored by Playmakers Elite Athletics Training
  1. Net Proceeds benefits Operating Expenses. Includes but not limited to the following: Post Season Games & Tournaments, Home Field Acquisition, League Fees and Game Day Personnel
  2. Contact: Funds Manager - xxx
  3. Checks/Money Orders payable to: Playmakers Elite Athletics Training (PEAT)
Team: Sponsored by Individual Team
  1. Net Proceeds benefits Team Activities & Expenses
  2. Contact: Team Mom
  3. Checks/Money Orders payable to: Playmakers Elite Youth Cheerleading(PEYC)
Practice Limitations & Length

Pre-season practice length can be on a daily basis until Labor Day, but must not exceed 10 hours per week, and two and a half (2.5) hours in duration per day. A mandatory 10-minute break ("Mandatory Break") after each hour of practice is required.

After Labor Day, all practices may not exceed a maximum of eight (8) hours per week, with a maximum of two and a half (2.5) hours per day. Mandatory Breaks are still required. All players, regardless of when they join the team, must have at least one week of conditioning (at least 10 hours) before they are allowed to engage in regular practice sessions. Conditioning is defined as basic warm-up exercises; conditioning for jumps & tumbling (not tumbling), arm motion drills; and; learning of cheers or chants.

Games: Cheerleaders may be scheduled to perform at the following:
  1. Home Games
  2. Conference Playoff Games
  3. State Championship Games --- TBD
  4. Regional Championship Games --- TBD
  5. National Championship Games --- TBD