Indoor and Outdoor Conditioning Sessions

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So often Strength & Conditioning training is discussed as being strength focused whilst forgetting about the second part of the title. In order to perform optimally in any sport it is important to take a holistic approach to training and focus on all parts of the sports requirements. After all it is no use to be strong and powerful, if you are not able to maintain that level of performance for any appreciable length of time. I am able to design challenging yet productive conditioning routines that fit your goals and sport.

Too often conditioning sessions are poorly designed around the principle of making the athlete tired or sick as it is believed when these things happen the athlete is going to be made fitter for their sport. This is rarely (if ever) the case! Sport specific conditioning should be designed with the intent of making it replicate the demands of the sport as closely as possible; tennis players should not be running 200m sprints in their training as this is not done in a match, similarly swimmers should not be cycling in their training as the movements performed and demands are very different. I firmly believe in working smarter, not harder and getting the athlete prepared for their sport without compromising their ability to recover between sessions. With this in mind I am able to provide conditioning training sessions that best suit your needs.