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Sports Specific Performance Training

So many kids get injured in sports every year but it doesn't have to be that way. Why would you put a knee brace on a kid instead of dealing with the problem? Why is topical cooling agents and ice the answer for everything?


If a kid needs to wear a brace during a game or uses ice all the time that's a sign of biomechanical stress that their young bodies can't correct on their own. Don't expect team coaches or other trainers to know what the problem is or what an athlete needs in terms of physical growth, power production, muscle endurance, kinetic chain influences, and injury prevention.


Coaches are there to work on the fundamentals of the game, building team cohesiveness, and in game scenarios aka strategies to win games. 


Each sport and each position within each sport requires a different level of coordination, flexibility, stability, muscle endurance, agility through movement patterns, and force production to perform optimally and reduce the risk of injury.

We work with female and male athletes between the ages of 12-16 years old to help them enhance their full potential and keep them safe. 

Do you think the same conditioning program is appropriate for a baseball/softball pitcher vs. a catcher? Or an outside hitter vs. a setter in volleyball? Or even a goalie and pretty much any other position in hockey or soccer? No, you shouldn't train these positions the same when it comes to the athlete and the position they play. 

We work on pre-season, in-season, and off-season training to give them the best opportunity to continue progressing in their sport. This type of training is not like your team practices. This is strength, agility, power, muscle endurance, and cardiometabolic training. We work, we sweat, and we grow into healthy athletes. Does your kid have the right tools and resources to improve their skills and performance in their sport? If not, click the button to book your appointment online today!

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