How Does It Work?
All of our athletes at ASP begin their training with a one-on-one consultation. After a complete assessment of each client’s unique goals and needs, our staff develops the most influential and beneficial training program possible.
Part 1: The Assessment
Given that each athlete’s history, goals and personal physiology are unique, ASP staff first start with an understanding of the athlete’s medical history and strengths and weaknesses.
Each assessment may include:
- Joint Mobility
- Joint Stability
- Range of Motion
- Soft Tissue Quality
- Injury Assessment
- Upper and Lower Body Power
- Rotational Power
- Anaerobic Power
- Anaerobic Capacity
- Aerobic Power
- Aerobic Capacity
- Nutritional Intake
- Mental Performance Assessment
Part 2: Program Development
Next, ASP staff will design a science-based program to optimize performance, rehabilitate or reduce injury risk and maximize career productivity.
All of our science-based performance programs include the following:
- Dynamic warm-up and muscle activation
- Corrective movement (prehab and rehab) involving mobility and stability exercises to address injury prevention and rehabilitation
- Upper body and lower body elasticity
- Speed, agility, and quickness training
- Multi-directional and linear speed
- Acceleration/deceleration mechanics
- First step quickness
- Vertical jump training
- Rotational power
- Power development
- Strength development
- Energy systems development
- Recovery and regeneration strategies using myofascial release, active release, PNF, and joint manipulation
- Nutritional strategies for optimal performance
- Mental performance
Part 3: Training
All of our training sessions at ASP take place in a semi-private training environment with an athlete-to-coach ratio of no more than 4:1. We feel this type of training format provides the most motivating, stimulating, educational and unconditionally positive environment for all our athletes to achieve their goals.
Accelerate Sports Performance seeks to educate throughout the training process – what we’re doing and why we’re doing it – so that athletes may attain a better understanding of their body and its individual requirements.
Part 4: Nutrition
Exclusive to ASP, athletes can also choose to add nutritional guidance into their program design. Working with on-staff ASP nutritionists, information from the assessment will be delivered to a team of professional chefs who then prepare weekly meals to each athlete’s specific needs and goals, including sport, lifestyle, caloric intake, macronutrient ratios, and any specific dietary requests.