In essence the goal of strength and conditioning is to enhance both sporting performance and the individuals ability to cope with the physical rigors of daily life. This is achieved by building a stronger more robust physique.
So unlike a skills coach that may teach you how to kick a ball, a strength and conditioning trainer will give you the physical assets to better perform the kick. For example increased flexibility of the hip to increase range of motion, strong thigh muscles to deliver more power during the kick and greater trunk strength and muscle coordination to provide more stability during the kick. Remember that these skills are equally relevant to general everyday health and fitness and are appropriate for everyone.
At the initial phase of your strength and conditioning programme we will cover everything from body fat and blood pressure measurements to movement assessments and strength capabilities. The key here is to identifying where potential weaknesses lie and where improvements can be made. This is also helpful so we can recognise changes and achievements an individual has made.
By employing our unique BALANCE program design system we work with you towards your success. Progress is monitored and regular assessments undertaken so adaptations can be made to the plan on an on-going basis.