Offering personal strength and condition training,
whether for track and field, or other sports that require
the acquisition or enhancement of power related fitness.
The sports and areas of expertise I specialize are;
- * Track and Field
- * Weight Lifting/Power Lifting
- * Rugby
- * American Football
- * Baseball
- * Basketball
- * Tennis
- * Golf (See related
- As well as the above, personal fitness training for better health
and general vitality.
Using the most up to date Biomechanical Analysis software available, detailed information is made available to the client. Where inches/centimeters make a difference at the performance end of the sport, this approach to improvement is a given. The coach/athlete has access to the most detailed information regarding body position in space and time, and more importantly, hard data on accelerations of the implement and all body segments.
As with the Biomechanical Analysis Physiological testing gives the coach and athlete access to detailed information regarding the athlete’s level of readiness to throw far, particularly strength, power and speed, all essential to throwers. The type of tests that I can provide is in two categories;
1. Throws Specific Field Tests
These tests are simple tests that determine the athlete’s current levels of strength, power, speed, and throws specific fitness.
2. Science Based Tests
These tests are conducted using scientific methods and matched against established norms for throwers of all ages and abilities.
In both of the above, I produce a detailed report with advise on training programming that will benefit the athletes ability to improve their current levels of performance.
I also coach the (Horizontal) Long and Triple Jumping Events
The Central Florida High Jump Academy
I am currently developing and recruiting athletes to be members of the Central Florida High Jump Academy (#Note – this is to be a New WEBSITE). Currently there are high jumpers working under my direction training for state, national and international standard competition in 2009, the intention is to recruit directly into the academy program that is designed to progress athletes to achieving scholarships at NCAA and NIAI schools.