Athletic Performance Enhancement Program
athlete with inefficient movement patterns can be related to
a sports car with poor brakes and bad steering
If there is a weak link somewhere in the movement, the athlete will have to make costly, time consuming compensations to counteract the improper movement which is similar to a car that can go fast but has little ability to slow down and change direction without over compensating (inefficient movement), thus causing damage to the car. Before we start any athlete on a conditioning program, we'll perform a movement assessment, along with using Muscle Activation Techniques, to view their ability to move efficiently. With the information gathered from the assessment process, we can then put together a program that best suits the athletes' needs, abilities and goals.
Our program is set
up similar to our personal training program but uses
more advanced modalities to achieve fitness levels to
demand of their sport. We will progress the client through
stages of performance training, which include different
forms of flexibility training, core training, progressive
training, power training and strength training all relating
to their specific sport. Fitness Werks techniques
are progressive, using an overload principle to constantly
the individual. Anyone can train to improve his or her
ability to perform at a higher level.