ATHLETE PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT
The goal is to improve athletic performance by stressing the principles of proper functional movement through customized programming based on an individual’s specific needs.
The integrated focus of our professional staff can help maximize an athlete’s potential improvement with their strength, speed, power, and agility. In addition, we have the resources to identify those keys components of nutrition, hydration, and biomechanics to deliver the most comprehensive program available while reducing the incidence of injury.
Our certified strength coaches, along with our corrective therapists, certified athletic trainers, and sports nutritionist, offer the most integrated and comprehensive sports performance programming available to athletes of all ages and skill levels.
Our athlete training palo alto fit program gets you to the peak!
The goal of the athlete training palo alto fit program is to prevent injury, decrease body fat, increase lean muscle mass, and increase athletic performance measures that include flexibility, core function, balance, power, speed, agility, quickness, strength, and sport-specific cardo-respiratory efficiency.
When designing an integrated sports performance program, the Sports Performance Professional should perform a comprehensive sports performance assessment. A program should be progressive, proprioceptive challenging, stress multiple plans of motion, integrate multiple joints when possible, challenge the entire contraction velocity spectrum and be as sports specific as possible.
Enhanced athletic performance is related to the rate of force production regulated by the central-nervous-system. The demands of Plyometric training should occur at speeds that will be encountered during functional activities so the system learns just how rapidly it needs to react for the best results.
The Human Movement System must react quickly following an eccentric contraction to produce the concentric contraction and impart the necessary force and acceleration in the proper direction.
Plyometric training overloads the stretch-shortening cycle (e.g., box jumps, squat jumps, etc.) to enhance neuromuscular efficiency, rate of fore production, and reduce neuromuscular inhibition by stimulating the proprioceptive mechanism and elastic properties of the Human Movement System.