We teach the values of hard, intelligent, consistent work, while empowering the athlete to significantly increase their performance capability, decrease injury potential and develop all components of their athleticism.
"Building Better Athletes"
We do not train athletes to become bodybuilders, powerlifters or Olympic style weightlifters; rather, we train athletes to become better athletes. We train athletes to develop the components of athleticism; strength, power, flexibility, speed, agility, footwork, endurance,metabolic condition, body composition, mental focus and motivation. ◦We utilize the principle of specificity, and therefore use free weight training as much as possible. Free weights allow athletes to move athletically, and not in a fixed motion pattern like most machines. We train movements and thereby train the muscles that produce these movements.
◦We utilize explosive power training (plyometrics, split snatch, power shrugs, split cleans, presses, jerks, and power squats). Athletes with great power and explosiveness, for the most part, dominate athletics. With all other things being equal, the athlete with the greatest power and explosiveness will dominate his opponent. We follow a sequential progression, in order to maximize safety and optimize success, for all explosive power movements.
Posted on May 19, 2014 at 5:18pm
by Justin Leonard
YOUR GYM MIGHT BE HARDCORE IF....
#16 - at least 60% of the gym members bring gallon jugs of water to drink while working out.
And what's funny about this one is that the jugs are only about a third full. I've seen several gallon jugs, but I've never seen someone finish a full one during the course of a…
Posted on February 13, 2011 at 12:16pm
This is the type of reaction that I was getting at with my last blog . Not to attack but to question . The general public (faculty, parents , athletes ,even sport coaches). I feel it is not exercises selection or protocol but mointoring that might need to be looked at.
Offseason workouts need changes before the next funeral…Continue
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