Our number one priority is to keep our athletes healthy. We do this by emphasizing movement quality through proper biomechanics and improving durability by implementing targeted strengthening exercises. With stronger joints and improved ability to handle the high forces seen in sport, we can reduce the likelihood of injury, keeping our athletes ready to compete.
Mobility is owning degrees of movement by having both strength and control at near end ranges of motion. Sports are dynamic requiring a high degree of movement proficiency and at times put the athlete in vulnerable positions. Rather than avoiding these inevitable vulnerable positions, we train our athletes own the position with strength and stability.
Our training integrates functional movement patterns and dynamically challenges the entire human movement system by working in all three planes of motion. This approach allows our athletes to develop high levels of dynamic flexibility, core strength, and neuromuscular control. The human body is a highly integrated system necessitating the need to train the body as whole so that it can move efficiently and perform optimally.
Once proficient movement has been established, strength lays the foundation on which athleticism is built. Eccentric strength allows an athlete to absorb high levels of force. Isometric strength allows an athlete to effectively transfer absorbed force into produced force known as concentric strength. With an understanding human physiology we can train the specific contractile mechanisms that make an athlete more powerful.
The best athletes are the most powerful athletes, that is, the athletes that are capable of producing the greatest amount of force in the shortest period of time. With specific attention on training the nervous system we can develop more explosive athletes. Furthermore, with a carefully structured training program we can peak our athlete's performance when it matters most, game day.
An athlete needs to develop the endurance to compete effectively from start to finish. By training the sport specific energy systems, our athletes develop the work capacity that most effectively transfers to their sport. A greater work capacity allows for improved performance late in the game when fatigue becomes a limiting factor.
Our primary goal is to translate training to competition. We accomplish this objective by strategically implementing movements and exercises that replicate the actions seen in sport. This ensures the adaptations made in training can be expressed on game day leading to optimal performance. While we strive for proficiency in the weight room, our goal is to develop elite athletes, not weight lifters.
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