Programs are based on athletic movement patterns, specific to the athlete and sport.
- Postural control, core stabilization, sport specific training and soft tissue techniques are the foundation of the program. Neuromuscular adaptation and functional strength are progressively introduced.
- Training will improve neuromuscular firing patterns, which increases explosiveness and makes more precise, coordinated movement automatic.
- Proper training will prevent or decrease the likelihood of injury through proper timing, balance, mobility, agility, biomechanics, proprioceptive response, and motor control.
- The fundamental principle is that the body adapts to what it is exposed to – the SAID principle (Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demands)