What is Strength and Conditioning?
Strength and conditioning uses exercise prescription specifically to improve performance and skill of a sport or athletic activity. The exercises selected are also chosen to prevent common injuries that are seen in that specific sport by helping to improve the athlete’s individual movement mechanics.
You learn better movement patterns to be the best version of you.
You become fitter, stronger, more agile, what ever is required for top performance.
I am a runner, would this benefit me?
If you complete a regular strength and conditioning training plan you are less likely to get common running injuries, you learn the skills to improve your technique, your body develops strength in the necessary areas to improve speed and endurance so that your times get quicker.
A running plan will improve your running fitness, but a strength and conditioning program will enable your body to perform at its best and stay injury free.
Who are the sessions for?
Anyone who wants to get better at what they do and stay injury free.
In fact, the same principles can be applied for anything that you do, gardening, shopping, looking after the kids, etc.
How can I benefit from this?
You can choose to have one to one sessions so that I can teach you skills and techniques that you will need to achieve your goals.
If you are self motivated and already have an understanding of strength and conditioning practices, then I can write you a programme to do in your own time.