“The key is not the will to win. Everybody has that. It is the will to prepare to win that is important.”
The most powerful and inclusive service package I offer. Whether you're aiming to increase your speed and agility for a match; decrease your Grace time; or break out of the rec. division and into elite competition. Top performance is a privilege earned through diligent and committed work. I pull out all the tools, training strategies and hands-on coaching to unlock your full potential. Expect to work closely with me and learn a great deal about yourself throughout your training period.
- Fitness, Sport and Skill Assessment
- Nutrition Coaching
- Postural Screening
- Custom Training Program
- List of Recommended Health & Wellness Experts
An experienced group with whom I've established a working relationship in order to get you the most collaborative team of professionals working to get you performing at your peak.
All sports require different amounts of muscle synchronization, balance, flexibility, and coordination as well as strength, speed, power, and metabolic development. I approach performance training by breaking it down into 3 general phases.
Phase 1: Establish General Physical Preparedness (GPP)
Specificity is paramount when training athletes. Often when I encounter an athlete frustrated with their performance it's the attention to detail that's missing in their training programs. It's been my experience that General Physical Preparedness (GPP) is the foundation for all levels of athleticism, however establishing the difference between fitness and sport athleticism is key.
Phase 2: Establish Sport-Specific Physical Preparedness
Once we have a baseline for your fitness level or GPP (strength, speed, agility, balance, flexibility, and power), we can then begin to build your sport-specific physical preparedness training. Unless you're in the sport of fitness or CrossFit, many of the movements in strength training are not sport-specific. However it's through these basic movements that we can assess and treat pre-existing injuries and muscle imbalances to help correct flaws in technique and promote efficient movement on the field, in the ring, on the court etc.
Phase 3: Skill-Specific Preparedness
It's important to know when and how to taper a training program so that the athlete can recover and adjust to their newly acquired attributes. As we draw closer to your moment, we will decrease certain aspects of your training while maintaining your hard-earned strength, power, agility, balance, flexibility and speed.