Strength & Conditioning
Performance enhancement and athletic development require functional strength and conditioning programs designed specifically for each sport and body positioning. Strength and conditioning training will improve your fitness, strength and power. Our exercise programs will translate to improved sporting performance, specific to the sporting demands.
Performance enhancement programs can take many different forms and include a multitude of different training aspects including strength, plyometrics, fitness, mobility, flexibility, and joint stability. An effective development program will aim to improve a combination of functional movement patterns including muscular force development, muscle activation and firing patterns, functional strength, power production, speed, agility and endurance.
Our team of Accredited Exercise Physiologists are also Accredited Exercise Scientists. All of our team are well versed in the “Laws of Specificity” and understand that an effective exercise program needs to be individually tailored to each athlete. We aim to help you improve your sporting performance and fully harness your athletic capabilities.
Injury Prevention & Rehabilitation
Our Accredited Exercise Physiologists / Exercise Scientists can help reduce the risk of suffering a musculoskeletal injury, as well as manage and rehabilitate any injuries that have already occurred. We are trained to take a holistic approach to injury management; aiming to not only treat an injury but help identify the underlying causes leading up to the injury.
Muscle imbalances and altered weight bearing are some of the leading causes of musculoskeletal injury in sports, recreational activities and activities of daily living. Through postural and functional analysis, we can identify and correct any functional movement issues to reduce your injury risk. Correct muscle activation and functional movement patterns ensure that joints are moving correctly, muscles are firing under correct loads and producing forces in the correct direction. Ensuring there is appropriate muscle balance between left and right, anterior (front) and posterior (back) as well as upper and lower body greatly reduces your injury risk.
Previous injuries and chronic muscle imbalances can lead to left and right sided imbalances, which greatly increases the chance of future injury if not addressed. When treatment is aimed toward rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries, we ensure you return to the activities you enjoy. We also prescribe exercise to ensure that correct muscle balance, movement patterns and weight bearing is completed during all activities to reduce your risk and recurrence of injury.
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