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SPORT

JACO BLOM BIOKINETICIST

WORKS TOWARDS

OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE

when YOU BRING IN THE SCIENCE BEHIND MOVEMENT, RESULTS ARE INEVITABLE.  

Our work in sports conditioning involves creating and implementing physical fitness programs that have two, primary goals:

  • Improve athletic performance (including speed, strength, and power)

  • Prevent or reduce incidences of athletic injuries

Sports conditioning is a year-round activity for many athletes; therefore ,we train your clients in-season or off-season. Off-season training programs may be quite rigorous as we prepare athletes for their upcoming sports season. In-season training, on the other hand, is usually focused on maintaining your clients’ fitness level and preventing injury.

What’s important to understand is that no two sports conditioning programs are alike, as they will vary depending on the age of the participant, the skill level of the participant, the sport the participant engages in, and even the position played. We therefore have a deep understanding of our clients’ strengths, weaknesses, and athletic goals.

Preventing athletic injuries is an important component to any sports conditioning training program. A well-planned sports conditioning program will help prevent or eliminate muscle imbalances, address flexibility issues, and strengthen the tendons and ligaments, all of which are designed to lead to fewer injuries.

 

In addition to preventing athletic injuries, sports conditioning programs are designed to benefit the athlete by:

  • Improving performance: A well-designed program addresses the individual athlete.

  • Improving strength: Every sport involves in the application of force, so sports conditioning programs are designed to allow athletes hit, throw, block, kick, and kick harder.

  • Increasing speed: involves addressing the technical aspects of sprinting and agility.

  • Improving power: A sports conditioning program is designed to make an athlete more powerful through the implementation of strength and plyometric exercises.

  • Improving confidence: Improved performance almost always equates to improved confidence.

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