Every person has an ‘athlete” inside them!! The trick is accessing that athlete and developing the habits to maximize that athlete. To that end each athlete I work with must bring their intensity, focus and commitment to each workout.
Each person has heard of an athlete who “didn’t make it”. Not everyone is professional grade however; with your help we can reach your genetic ceiling and maybe even realize it was higher than even you thought!
Everyone who calls themselves an “athlete” has worked out at one time or another, and even some of you know how to perform exercises. To you I say good! Now let’s take those skills and apply them to your sport, goals, or weaknesses. To do so in a logical fashion; armed with the knowledge of exercise density, creativity, and exercise science will make your workouts more effective.
Any strength and conditioning coach can make you sore, but can they make you better? Muscle soreness is to be expected to a certain degree however, lingering issues need to be addressed prior to the next workout or that workout will lead to overuse injuries and loss of effective work. My 14 years of experience in the Physical Therapy Profession assist me in recognizing injuries before they develop into issues that eliminate training/competition.
I believe in the power of the body to make the body stronger. I mean that traditional methods of strength and conditioning will be utilized i.e. weight bars, plates, dumbbells etc. However, bodyweight coupled with sport specific movements will be utilized to tax the sports system need for your sport; along with bands, physio-balls, medicine balls and weighted vests.
Depending upon your goals/sport your program will be tailored to your needs i.e. not just a generic program that may make you stronger but not really help you with your goals/sport. EX: one would not train a football lineman with the same program you would a cyclist.
All athletes will perform core strengthing, muscle synergist followed by muscle prime movers in a repetition, sets, weights and rest periods based on the need to develop, strength, power, or endurance.
MOTTO: “Making You Stronger than Your Lifestyle”