Sports Performance Training

PerformanceTrain one on one with a performance enhancement specialist (pes) in a private environment designed to provide comfort and give you the tools necessary to reach your fitness goals.

First we perform a fitness assessment which is comprised of medical history, musculoskeletal screening, body fat and BMI analysis, movement analysis, cardiorespiratory efficiency analysis and athletic performance tests.

Based on our findings we create a structured strength and conditioning program for you which includes flexibility training, cardiorespiratory training, core training, balance training, plyometric training, resistance training and speed, agility and quickness training.

To achieve optimum soft-tissue extensibility with neuromuscular control, we follow the integrated flexibility continuum (corrective, active, functional). The risk of injury is reduced by combining stretching techniques with an integrated training program that focuses on neuromuscular efficiency at all levels.

The proper cardiorespiratory training program is very important for each athlete. Cardiorespiratory training is not a one-size-fits-all program. Personalized cardiorespiratory training programs will help any athlete reach any goal by maintaining program efficiency. Overloading is necessary to present the body with a workload that challenges its current state and bring about positive changes in the body. Likewise, rest and recovery are vital in allowing the body to recuperate from exercise and prepare for greater demands. The use of interval training allows an athlete to train at varying intensities to help avoid overtraining and better prepare for increased workloads. Interval training is also important for caloric expenditure, increasing metabolism, and avoiding boredom.

Core training is a fundamental component of integrated sports performance training programs. a comprehensive core training program enables an athlete to achieve optimum neuromuscular control of the Lumbo Pelvic Hip Complex (LPHC), achieve optimum performance, and may be a factor in injury prevention.

Balance training represents one of the most important components of an integrated training program. Poor posture, muscle imbalances, joint dysfunction, and injury decreases proprioception, kinesthesia, limits of stability, postural control, and balance which then cycle back to create poor posture, greater imbalances, joint dysfunction, and injury.

Plyometirc training is an important component of all integrated performance training programs. All sporting activities require efficient use of the integrated performance paradigm. Therefore, all performance programs include plyometric training to enhance neuromuscular efficiency and prevent injury.

Speed of movement during linear and multidirectional running, agility, and quickness is a skill and can be improved. Addressing the components of linear speed, agility/MDS, and quickness in a carefully designed program can aid in accomplishing this.

Your training program will produce optimum levels of strength, neuromuscular control, power, flexibility, endurance, and alterations in body composition.

Structured Sports Performance Training Program

Your entire program will go through a series of phases using the Optimum Performance Training (OPT) System. We will first build a solid foundation by taking you through the stabilization phase, then strength and finally power.

OPT ModelThe stabilization level of your training will focus on preparing the body for the demands of higher levels of training to follow as well as the demands of athletic performance. Stabilization endurance is designed to create optimum levels of stabilization strength and postural control. We will focus on increasing stability, muscular endurance, increase neuromuscular efficiency of teh core musculature and improving intermuscular and intramuscular coordination. This will reduce an athlete's risk of injury.

The Strength phase begins with strength endurance training which is a hybrid form of training that promotes increased stabilization endurance, hypertrophy and strength. Then we move on to hypertrophy training which will help build a bigger athlete in terms of lean muscle mass. Hypertrophy training is specific for the adaptation of maximal muscle growth, focusing on high levels of volume with minimal rest periods to force cellular changes that result in an overall increase in muscle size. The last part of the strength training phase is maximal strength training which focuses on increasing the load placed upon the tissues of the body. Maximal strength training improves: recruitment of more motor units, rate of force production and motor unit synchronization.

Finally the power phase of training is designed to increase the rate of force production (or, speed of muscle contraction). This form of training uses both the strength and stabilization adaptations acquired in the previous phases of training and then applies them with more realistic speeds and forces that the body will encounter during sports.

The sports performance training (PET) system is designed to build leaner, faster, stronger athletes.

Some of the Sports we Offer Performance Enhancement Training Programs for:














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We Offer Pay as You Go and Packaged Training Programs.

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