Grades: Elementary School: (Difficulty level varies per age group). Academically, This course continues where Physics Fitness Bootcamp I left off.  Our classes have been a favorite staple that blends in the skill building ideals of science education, personal training, and athletic development all at the same time!

Benefits for the program

  • Customized routines that simulate the laws of physics and science education that you're trying to learn 

  •  Students get  introduced to all the basic the laws of physics through the power of seeing their own kinematics perform the motions.

  •  Get a GREAT exercise routine supplied by a physics professor and professional personal training!

  • Learn without worrying about complicated word problems, hard tests,  and hard math

  • New topics covered: energy/sports nutrition basic particle physics/ fundamentals of chemistry and health and wellness (see below for details)


Fitness Physics II runs complete with a sports nutrition element.  It doesn't just teach you how to be a better student athlete, it teaches you HOW to live well.  In essence, this course is a combination of learning classical physics, particle physics, SPORTS NUTRITION, kinematics, athletic development and even holistic wellness! Because of its diversity, students finally learn to appreciate how powerful having a physics education can really be, for the justification of all these concepts unifying together can be made possible through exploring physics!

 Physics Fitness Bootcamp II

5th - 8th Grade 

 This is a condensed course  one week long (5 hours a day for 5 days) designed to introduce the concepts and principles of Physics.  Students study a wide variety of topics in Physics that are components of the major themes of “energy and matter”.  Topics include: energy, work, conservation of energy, an introduction to particle physics, atoms, and ultimately learning reality from the ground up until we get to chemistry.    Professional level personal training activity and hands-on instruction, exercise routines, and physical games are your labs!  Activities will allow a student to experience a firsthand account classical physics by using their physical abilities in athletics and sports games as lab  as lab activities. Below is a typical example of the curriculum (scheduling may vary depending on time of day):
Topics covered:
  • Energy: What is energy? (Topic 1)

  • Work (Topic 2, etc)

  • Mechanical energy

  • Types of mechanical energy: kinetic, potential, rotational energy

  •  chemical energy: fuel/food.  Importance of food and why it pays to eat properly

  • Natural organic diet recommendations and meal plans

  • Dissecting what energy really is

  • brief intro to strings and quantum fields

  • basics of particle physics: quarks and leptons

  • protons, neutrons, electrons, the basics of an atom

  • how electromagnetic forces between atoms work and make up what we call chemistry 


Topics covered:
  • Class: Energy: What is energy? (Topic 1)  (est 30 min)


              Activity: how long can you conserve energy?   Plyometric exercises for extreme fat burning/fast twitch muscle building and power development session 1/break(30 min)

  • Class: Work (Topic 2, etc) (est 30 min)

  • Class Mechanical energy (30 min)

               Activity: Manual labor made fun!  The ultimate way to work out and make money!  (30 min)

                  Lunch (30 min)

  • Class: Types of mechanical energy: kinetic, potential, rotational energy (introduction) (30 min)


                Activity: Crazy obstacle course design incorporating all three types of mechanical energy(30 min)

       Class: Elastic Potential energy  (30 min)

      Working on your physics comic         book

                        (30 min)

          Day 1: Total five hours



Day 2 

  • Class: Gravity -- the reason gravitational potential energy exists (30 min)                                                                                                        Activity using your own gravity and the gravity of others to get you 'jacked' (30 min)                        

  • Class: Uniform circular motion and satellites: how planets orbit and satellites operate because of gravitational potential energy (30 min)


                    Activity (1 hour)


                             Lunch (30)


Activity: a sincere discussion; a reflection on how you felt after you ate.  (light workout to notice how your digestion stress due to light activity vs intense activity (30 min)

  • Class: review on various mechanical energies (30 min)

         Activity: Plyometric jumping exercises (30 min)

  • Working on your physics comic book -- what you learned so far (30 min)

           Day 2: Total five hours

                          Day 3

  • Class: Introduction to Power (30 min)

                         Activity: Plyometric workouts for ultimate fat burning part II  (30 minutes)

  • Class: Rotational kinetic energy

      Activity Power and power                        exercises and now how to pace yourself (30 minutes)

  • review on all mechanical energies covered/ introduction to chemical energy: optimal sports nutrition (30 minutes)

                     Lunch (30 minutes)

  Activity: a recollection on how you feel after your meal: how much energy you feel you have and why + light activity to understand one's internal digestion  (30 minutes)

  • class: chemical energy: sports nutrition (part II) fuel/food.  Importance of food and why it pays to eat properly   (30 min)


                  Activity  (30 min)

   Activity (working on your physics comic book) (30 min)

             Day 3 Total five hours


                           Day 4

  • Class: chemical energy continued: Natural organic diet recommendations and meal plans: the importance of how food affects our reality (30 min)

                   Activity (30 min) 

  • Dissecting what energy really is

  • brief intro to strings and quantum fields (30 minutes)

               Activity: drawing 'strings and quantum fields in your notebook: trying to visualize what this looks like in your own head (there's no wrong way of picturing such subatomic sized entities because they can never be seen under a microscope) (30 min)

  • basics of particle physics: quarks and leptons (30 min)

                Lunch (30 min)

  • protons, neutrons, electrons, the basics of an atom (30 minutes) 


                 Activity Running through the double slit experiment (30 min)

  • photons and light (30 minutes)

   Working on your physics comic book (30 minutes)

           Day 4 Total five hours


                         Day 5

  • Now that we looked at some of the basic particles we can define as individual bits of energy, how none of these subatomic particles are still technically energy by itself!: What's out there beyond the universe(30 minutes)


      Activity: try to draw and picture what energy looks like if its not these subatomic particles we wrote about (30 minutes)

     Activity 2: Utilizing energy effectively: custom made workout routine based on all the exercises we learned so far  (30 minutes) 

  • Class: Coming to full circle: how nothing, no subatomic particles or even us can move around without some sort of energy being expended (30 minutes)

                 Lunch (30 minutes)

  • Conservation of energy in the entire universe (30 minutes)

        Activity (learning to conserve                your energy) Power exercises: the trade off we feel when we do explosive power movements (30 minutes) 

  • how electromagnetic forces between atoms work and make up what we call chemistry (30 minutes)

  • Activity review, and what was the coolest thing you learned about energy you didn't know before? (30 minutes)

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