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Sports Specific Training
Master the specifics of your strength, agility, and speed to produce powerful, winning performances.
When you play sports, you want to win; it is human nature. You know you are good, but you want to be better… a better golfer, a better pitcher, a better running back…you want to be better than that guy next to you. You don’t want to be good – you want to be great. You want to take it to another level. You want recognition and respect for your performance.
Imagine how you will feel when you beat your boss or that not-so-nice co-worker the next time you go out for 18 holes. Imagine how you will feel when you improve your pitching speed and accuracy, striking out batter after batter, becoming the MVP of your baseball team. Or imagine how you will feel when you run the winning touchdown into the end zone for your team. Better yet, imagine how you will feel when your improved sports performance pays for your higher education with a scholarship.
Every sport is different, but they all require the correct combination of strength, agility and speed to produce a winning performance. Incorrect sport specific training can lead to sidelining injuries. Correct sport specific training and nutrition maximize your performance potential.
Golf sport specific training will:
- Increase club head speed and ball speed
- Increase driving distance
- Lower your handicap
- Improve range of motion for your swing
- Develop balance
- Increase mental preparation
Baseball sport specific training will:
- Improve batting speed
- Increase throwing velocity
- Advance fielding performance
- Develop pitching strength
Football sport specific training will:
- Increase lean muscle mass
- Build endurance
- Improve running times
You don’t have to know all the specifics. Bodies by Brad and Jen will pair you up with a personal trainer who will meet your sports specific needs. We will work with you one-on-one to:
Evaluate your current sports specific performance
- Develop a personalized improvement program tailored to your individual sport, needs and goals
- Include training on the often overlooked mental aspects of sport specific training
- Create a nutrition plan to complement your sports specific training program
We want you to have pride in your sport performance and deliver your very best, whether it is golf, baseball or football. Call or email us to set up your free, no obligation sport specific training and nutrition consultation today.