ITN-PEAK Performance Training is designed to build on an individuals current abilities and training, creating athletic progression for each participant through different levels of drills making them a stronger and faster athlete, regardless of sport.
PEAK is scientifically designed to improve the function of the athlete’s neuromuscular system (How the brain and body work together). Athletes will experience improvements in linear speed, lateral quickness, vertical explosiveness, and overall strength/power. These training methods improve physical performance in all sports through better preparation of the athlete for the demands of competition. Simply, athletes and teams improve their strength, agility, conditioning and quickness.
PEAK will educate and train you to maximize your speed, strength, balance, coordination, explosiveness, endurance, and flexibility in order to peak athletically for your sport while reducing your risk of injury.
10 Players MAX per class
Each session of the program is set up into 4 phases:
- 1. Dynamic warm-up working on muscle temperature, joint range of motion, and body alignment.
- Plyometric and coordination training while the nervous system is in a non-fatigued state.
- Movement mechanics (knee punch, torso position, foot strike, and hip extension).
- Strength and conditioning.
Performance enhancement tools that will be used:
Timing devices for 40 and 100 yard sprint
Stability/Half/Balance and fitness balls/pads
Resistance bands (ankles and waist)
Plyometric boxes and Parachutes
Vertical leap board
10 – 13 yrs old co-ed
6-7pm: High School 14+ yrs old co-ed
7-8pm: Girls ONLY 12 – 18 yrs old*
* Case studies show that women are 2 to 8 times as likely as men to have an ACL injury. In 1995 an article was published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine that found that female basketball players in the NCAA tore their ACLs 4x’s more often than male basketball players. In the same study, women who played NCAA soccer sustained ACL injuries twice as often as male soccer players.
Multiple studies have also shown that a proper training program can be very effective at decreasing the rate of ACL injury. This class focuses on teaching female athletes how to safely absorb body mass & change direction without putting joints in compromising positions. These young women are taught how to take the pressure off of the knees and utilize their hips as their power center.
Every player receives a free t-shirt and other daily gifts at our Fall/Spring Clinics.
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