Youth Athlete Training Programs
Pre-Season, In-season, Post Season Training
Agility and Speed Training
Individual Athlete & Team/Group training
Active Adult Training Programs
Competitive Event Training:
Mudd Runs, Obstacle Races, Marathon Prep Training
"Weekend Warriors" Training
Energy System Development for weight loss
An important part of any responsible athletic performance training program is the physical assessment. When you begin a training program with ATLAS Pro Training wemeasure your current level of physical fitness, strength, mobility, and flexibility. The physical assessment helps us create a training program that is unique to you. ATLAS movement assessment incorporates proven training methods to achieve accurate results and improve your athletic performance.
I will design a program to improve an your performance in these areas:
- Strength & Conditioning
- Speed & Agility trainig
- Flexibility/Regeneration & Recovery
- Reaction & Elastic/Plyometric Training (Power Generation)
Strength & Conditioning
We establish a base of strength, thought the use of core movements ( Squat, Chest Press, and the Olympic movements). Our programing use the technique of periodization to implement the proper training stimulus at specific periods of the training process. This allows for the athlete recover and receive the most benefit from the training program and peak at the right time.
Speed & Agility
Linear speed is important, but the ability to change direction is quite possibly more importantthan flat out speed. Speed development and enhancement is a careful balance andcombination of strength training, sport training, skill training, and speed and agility training.
Reaction & Elastic/Plyometric Training
A progression of rapid response drills which are low force high intensity movements which are used to improve the athletes ground force reaction helping the athlete use the explosive power which is generated during the movement more efficiently reducing the risk of injury. As the athlete movement improves higher intensity plyometric movements (box jumps, depth jumps, medicine ball throws) are used to increase the athletes power and reaction time from the ground up. Which may also aid in the reduced risk of injuries of soft tissue injures, such as ligament and muscles pulls and tears during the acceleration/deceleration phases of movement.
Mobility is paramount to the athletes success, in most cases athletes are taught static stretches (stationary stretching) with little to no active movement involved. My Recovery progression of flexibility training, with the use of PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation) assisted stretching, and Foam Rollers (Myofascia Release) allow our athletes to recovery faster and perform efficiently.