TRAIN YOUR "GO FAST" MUSCLES HERE
This is exactly what it sounds like. No gimmicks, no BS. Do you want to become the best version of yourself? Kick ass on the playing field? Or just flat out WIN EVERY SINGLE THING? CA Performance is programed for exactly that. These sessions are HARD, there is no skirting this fact. It will push your limits, physically, mentally, and emotionally. As with everything here in the CA, technique and safety are our first focus. Quality always comes before quantity.
BEFORE YOU CAN GO FASTER, YOU NEED TO REBUILD YOUR ENGINE AND STRENGTHEN YOUR FRAME
Helping athletes get faster and stronger is what we do. And we are very, very good at it.
We know that before you can run like the wind, you need to be able to move - with strength. This means analyzing your form, from how you look while moving to how you stop. This gives us a ton of information on what you do well and where we can tweak things to unleash your inner superhero.
These sessions are 90 minutes long. There is a heavy emphasis on power development. This comes from barbell usage, kettlebells, and bodyweight. Conditioning work consists of both low impact, and high impact training as well as skill development (footwork) which is designed to not only challenge your conditioning level, but to develop the skills that will help you perform your best on game or race day.
In order to ensure that performance goals are met our groups are kept small. This way we can monitor technique effectively and insure safe application of progressive overload. The outline of the CA Performance program consists of:
Dynamic warm-up: (30 minutes)
- Flexibility: foam rolling, static stretching, & dynamic flexibility
- Movement Prep: corrective exercise & mobility -- full range of motion and movement proficiency
Strength & Power Development: (30 minutes)
- Power: linear/lateral plyometric, Olympic lifting, Weightlifting
- Strength: multi-joint movements, accommodating resistance, & progressive overload
Conditioning: (30 minutes)
- Interval Training: high Intensity, low intensity, acceleration & deceleration, endurance based
- Energy Systems: sports specific conditioning
- Nutritional Guidelines: tips & nutritional information