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Performance Training

Training Types

  • Linear Speed/Lower Body Lift (Mon-Tue)

  • Lateral Speed/Upper Body Lift (Wed-Thu)

  • Change of Direction/Full Body Lift(Fri-Sat)

Length

  •  1 HR

Setting

  • Group

Available For

  • High School

  • College

  • Pro

Recommended Equipment

  • Gym Shoes

  • Cleats, Spikes, or Turf Shoes​

DISCOUNTS

AVAILABLE BASED ON PACKAGE

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More About our Performance Trainings

Linear Speed/Lower Body Lift and performance training at a College and Pro level involves a specialized approach to enhance athletic performance, specifically focusing on speed development, lower body strength, and power. Here are some key details about this type of training:

 

Speed Development:

College and professional-level training programs prioritize speed development, incorporating sprinting drills, acceleration training, and agility exercises to improve running mechanics and explosiveness.

 

Lower Body Strength Training:

A significant emphasis is placed on lower body strength training, including exercises like squats, deadlifts, lunges, and plyometric movements to optimize power and force production.

 

Power Training:

Olympic weightlifting movements such as clean and jerk, snatch, and their variations are often included to enhance power output. Plyometric exercises like box jumps and medicine ball throws are also common.

 

Sports-Specific Drills:

Training programs incorporate sports-specific drills that mimic movements and scenarios encountered during competition, improving coordination, reaction time, and agility.

 

Monitoring and Testing:

Regular monitoring and testing are conducted to track progress and ensure optimal performance. This may include performance testing, physiological assessments, and injury prevention strategies.

 

Training at the college and professional level requires commitment and dedication, focusing on speed, lower body strength, and power development to excel in competitive sports.

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