Elevate Your Dance: Unlock
The Artistic Athlete Within

Master the Foundations of Strength, Control, and Elegance in our exclusive cross-training
program. Crafted 100% for dancers like you. Launching March 10th, 2024

Welcome to Elevate:
Artistic Athlete Mastery

A transformative cross-training program designed exclusively for dancers.

Launching on March 10th, 2024,

This program is your pathway to mastering dance by enhancing strength, control, and elegance

Crafted by experts in dance performance and physical therapy, it’s tailored to elevate your abilities and empower you to perform at your best.

About The Program

Dance demands a fusion of artistry and athleticism, requiring not just talent but targeted training to excel. “Elevate” is here to bridge that gap.

With a focus on comprehensive skill development, we break down the components of dance into manageable, buildable skills. We’re zeroing in on elevating your extensions higher than ever, while ensuring you continue to refine your posture, agility in small jumps like quick assemblés and batteries, power in the bigger jumps such as soaring grand jetés or straddle jumps, and more. 

Whether you’re aiming for higher extensions to the front and side, perfecting your split leaps, or achieving cleaner clicks, “Elevate” offers a meticulously crafted regimen of exercises for strength, stability, and control tailored to a dancer’s needs.

 

Ambassador
Spotlight: Sarah of PNB

Meet Sarah-Gabrielle Ryan, our esteemed ambassador and principal dancer from Pacific Northwest Ballet, who will dive into the Elevate program alongside you.

Through regular updates and shared insights, Sarah will showcase her progress, offer motivational boosts, and demonstrate the tangible benefits of consistent, dancer-focused cross-training

Photo Credit – Dan Lao

Perfect For You

Ideal for the ballet dancer aspiring to push their extensions to new heights without sacrificing other key elements of their dance, Elevate supports a holistic approach to training.

Not solely for ballet; Irish dancers will find the strength and shoulder control exercises invaluable for achieving higher birdies, and jazz dancers will appreciate the focus on power and finesse. If you’re a dancer looking to enhance your performance through dedicated cross-training, this program is crafted for you.

Key Features & Benefits

Elevate doesn’t just redefine your training; it transforms your entire approach
to dance. Here’s how –

Tailored Exercise Sets

Expect a mix of strength, stability, control, power, and speed exercises. Innovative movements designed to boost hip mobility and elevate leg extensions

Ease of Mind

No more scavenging Instagram for exercises. Elevate offers a structured and complete regimen, letting you step into class confident and ready to excel.

Visible Progress

It’s not just about feeling different; it’s about being different. Watch as your teachers and classmates notice your enhanced strength, agility, and performance. Elevate is where noticeable improvement becomes your new norm

Progress Measurement & Support

With Elevate, progress is measurable. We guide you through evaluating complex dance skills, and identifying areas for growth, whether it’s flexibility, strength, or control. 

Join Dr. Scott in bi-weekly live chats for deep dives into exercises, form corrections, and personalizing your program to ensure you’re on track to reaching your peak performance

Pricing & Enrollment

Secure your spot in Elevate for just $66 a Month. Flexible cancellation means you’re in control, with the option to continue advancing with new goals every 8 weeks or finish after just two months with progress that will last.

Sign up now and lock in your spot in the program.

Testimonials/Success Stories

Hear from dancers who’ve transcended their limits with our past programs. Their stories are a
testament to the power of dedicated training

About The Creator

Behind every great program is a visionary.

Elevate is brought to you by Dr. Scott, a dedicated physical therapist and personal trainer specializing in dancer’s performance enhancement. 

With years of experience working closely with ballet, Irish, and competitive dancers, Dr. Scott combines the latest in sports science with a deep understanding of dance’s unique physical demands. His mission? To ensure every dancer can reach their peak potential without compromise.

He’s worked with 100’s of dancers across the globe since 2016. He’s been featured in Pointe Magazine and Reebok and worked with professional ballet companies and top collegiate teams. He’ll ensure you reach your full potential as an Artistic Athlete!

Who Might Want to Look Elsewhere

Elevate is designed to push boundaries and elevate dance capabilities, but it
might not be the perfect fit for everyone.
If you’re recovering from an injury, under 12 years old, or are new to foundational exercises like lunges or bridges, you might want to start with basics first. 
Elevate demands a commitment of at least 20 minutes, 2-3 times a week, and access to minimal equipment like strong bands.
It’s crafted for those dedicated to taking their dance to the highest levels. Unsure? Reach out, and let’s talk about your best path forward.

Frequently Asked Questions

You’ll need at least a set of strong resistance bands with something to secure it to at different heights. If you have access to basic free weights or a gym, you will be able to utilize that as well.
Elevate is designed for dancers with some basic cross-training experience. You’re ready to join us if you’re familiar with basic exercises like squats and planks. But don’t expect only to see these basic moves; there will be much more.
Joining the presale secures your spot without immediate charge. You’ll only be billed when Elevate officially launches on March 10th, 2024.
Elevate offers flexible scheduling and adaptable workouts to fit your pace. Plus, with bi-weekly live chats, we’re here to guide and adjust your program as needed. You are able to cancel anytime though.
Absolutely! While ballet dancers might find it especially intriguing, Irish dancers, competitive dancers, jazz, and other dance styles will greatly benefit from Elevate’s comprehensive training as well. This is because we are not repeating technique work. We are building connection, strength, and control to the muscles needed for all dance.
Elevate teaches you to measure progress in key areas affecting dance performance, supported by regular check-ins during our live Q&A sessions. Plus, in our app you’ll be able to track all the details of every single workout.
The app hold everything you need to be successful. You’ll get clear outlines for everything to do in your workout, how to modify things to fit your time/equipment, videos of every exercise, details on what you should feel, and more. You’ll have direct messaging to Dr. Scott and be able to log everything so it’s easy to remember what you did last time. See a preview here – App Preview

Elevate is designed as an ongoing journey. Participants can choose to continue with new goals and advanced training modules, billed monthly with the option to cancel anytime. Or you can take your progress and knowledge and continue on your own.
Yes! Elevate is an online program, accessible from anywhere. All you need is internet access and your equipment.
These sessions cover exercise deep dives, form corrections, Q&As, and personalized adjustments to ensure you’re getting the most from Elevate.
If you’re committed to improving your dance performance through focused cross-training and are ready to invest time and effort, Elevate is designed for you. Still unsure? Let’s connect and discuss your goals.
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Group Information and Equipment Guidelines

Review the information below to find out which track is the right one for you. You can also watch this video that walks you through the options.

Once you have chosen your track you can submit the form at the bottom of this page. Select one and only one option, please.

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Group 1:

If you have access to equipment such as free weights, any cardio equipment (rower, stairs, treadmill, bike, etc.), and other things common in a fitness center, “Group 1” is for you!

  • You could also run rather than use cardio equipment
  • Options to include steps, med balls, etc. included, but these are optional

Group 2:

If you’re primarily doing this at home, with resistance bands (though a few small weights can easily be added if you have them), but still can use stairs, bike, run, or have some cardio equipment access, select “Group 2”

Group 3:

Lastly, If you don’t like to run, and don’t have access to any cardio (no stairs, bikes, or lap pools) then the last option is for you! “Group 3”

  • You will still get cardio, but in the form of exercises, you can do in a single room. This option was made specifically for COVID and people who can’t easily get outside.

Group 4:

This program is made specifically for the demands of male dancers, taking into account some extra work for upper body to support partnering, extra stability for the lower back, etc. This option is similar to group 1 in terms of equipment need.

  • If you need a band only option, please consider the co-ed options of group 2 or 3.” If you need a band only option, please consider the co-ed options of group 2 or 3.

No track is better than the other, you will get results regardless. You can find more information about the equipment requirements for each track by scrolling down.

Equipment Guidelines

Group 1: NSNH Full

Required

Weights:

  • Medium to heavy dumbbells (anywhere from 10-50 lbs depending on experience)

Bands:

  • Strong Resistance bands that can be short loops or long for different exercises
  • Plus an anchor to hold it in place
  • Cable machine would also work

Cardio:

  • Either access to equipment (any of the following: pool, bike, treadmill, rower, stair stepper, elliptical)
  • Or space to run, actual stairs, or a bike a safe space to ride it

Recommended

Squat Rack and/or Suspension Trainer

  • Squat Rack and barbell could be used instead of suspension trainer (not just for putting the weight on your back, but also movements where you may hold on the the weight in the rack)
  • If neither available, band alternatives are provided

Misc:

  • Stability Ball
    • Sliders or a towel on smooth floor can work as well
  • Box/Step/Sturdy bench to step or jump on

Optional

Weights:

  • Medicine balls
  • Kettlebells can be used or substituted for other weights
  • Squat rack and barbell for adding increased challenge to some movements

Group 2: NSNH Home + Cardio

Required

Bands:

  • Strong Resistance bands that can be short loops or long for different exercises
    • Plus an anchor to hold it in place
  • Cable machine would also work

Cardio:

  • Either access to equipment (any of the following: pool, bike, treadmill, rower, stair stepper, elliptical)
  • Or space to run, actual stairs, or a bike a safe space to ride it

Recommended

Misc:

  • Stability Ball
    • Sliders or a towel on smooth floor can work as well
  • Box/Step/Sturdy bench to step or jump on

Optional

Weights:

  • If you get dumbbells, barbells, etc. you can easily add them into this program. 
  • Medicine balls

Group 3: NSNH Home Only

Required

Bands:

  • Strong Resistance bands that can be short loops or long for different exercises
  • Plus an anchor to hold it in place
  • Cable machine would also work

Cardio:

  • Due to COVID-19 some people have to space to go outdoors or access to equipment. This program will take away traditional cardio work, and replace it with exercises you can do with a band or just bodyweight in any room. 
  • If you enjoy running, biking, or swimming (and have access to it regularly) we recommend group 2)

Recommended

Misc:

  • Stability Ball
    • Sliders or a towel on smooth floor can work as well
  • Box/Step/Sturdy bench to step or jump on

Optional

Weights:

  • If you get dumbbells, barbells, etc. you can easily add them into this program. 
  • This program is a better option if don’t often have access
  • Medicine balls

Group 4: NSNH Men

Group 4: NSNH Men

Required

Weights:

  • Medium to heavy dumbbells (anywhere from 10-50 lbs depending on experience)

Bands:

  • Strong Resistance bands that can be short loops or long for different exercises
  • Plus an anchor to hold it in place
  • Cable machine would also work

Cardio:

  • Either access to equipment (any of the following: pool, bike, treadmill, rower, stair stepper, elliptical)
  • Or space to run, actual stairs, or a bike a safe space to ride it

Recommended

Squat Rack and/or Suspension Trainer

  • Squat Rack and barbell could be used instead of suspension trainer (not just for putting the weight on your back, but also movements where you may hold on the the weight in the rack)
  • If neither available, band alternatives are provided

Misc:

  • Stability Ball
    • Sliders or a towel on smooth floor can work as well
  • Box/Step/Sturdy bench to step or jump on

Optional

Weights:

  • Medicine balls
  • Kettlebells can be used or substituted for other weights
  • Squat rack and barbell for adding increased challenge to some movements