STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING
Build a strong foundation to be injury free and ready to play, train or compete.
YOUTH ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT
Supervised programs that are designed for quality movement and a strong foundation for developing field & court sports athletes and runners. (12 to 18 years)
ATHLETE PERFORMANCE TRAINING
Individually tailored strength & conditioning programs to support performance outcomes for field & court sports athletes and runners. (17 years+)
STRENGTH FOR RUNNERS
Strength programs that complement your running, and keep you injury free
STRENGTH FOR ACTIVE WOMEN
We understand the needs of active women. Specific programs designed for strength, power, mobility and balance
ATHLETIC BLUEPRINT STRENGTH ASSESSMENT
Identify areas of strength & weakness, so a program can be tailored specifically to you
What Our Clients Have to Say
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Muscles are activated and their size and endurance are increased by conditioning. Without training, the muscles are more likely to remain inactive and shrink in size, a process known as reversibility.
Strength training puts a lot of strain on the muscle that’s being utilised, which might lead to tiny tears. The body adapts to these high intensities by growing muscle growth and strength, allowing the intensity to be elevated without inflicting as much harm the next time it is encountered.
Strengthening supporting muscles, evening out muscle imbalances, increasing mobility, correcting posture, stabilising joints, learning new movement patterns, improving coordination and peripheral abilities, and so much more are all possible with proper strength and conditioning.
Body Alignment is Improved by Strength Training
Muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones that are misaligned with regard to one another, on the other hand, can no longer operate in unison. Strength training entails smooth motions that produce great body alignment, lowering your injury risk dramatically.
When delivered an expert made program, strength training strengthens ligaments, tendons, and cartilage. The force that muscles can create in a single maximal effort is referred to as muscular strength. Muscular endurance refers to a muscle’s capacity to remain contracted or contract repeatedly over time. The range of motion that a body has is referred to as flexibility.