Legacy Sports Performance

Lower Extremity Injury Prevention is a program designed specifically to coach athletes to move more efficiently on the field to help prevent injury and improve their performance. This camp is designed to help high school athletes learn to perform the Olympic lifts . Focus is on proper technique to improve performance during spring and summer lifting programs.

Sport performance is a complex mixture of biomechanical function, emotional factors, and training techniques. Performance in an athletic context has a popular connotation of representing the pursuit of excellence, where an athlete measures his or her performance as a progression toward excellence or achievement. Therefore, the athlete’s sport (whether power or endurance-based) should determine when to incorporate aerobic and repeated anaerobic training. To enhance RE and possess the associated benefits, a strength program consisting of 2-4 resistance exercises at 40-70% of their 1RM, with plyometric training 2-3 times per week, for at least 8-12 weeks, is effective for endurance-based athletes 27. ASP does not have an open gym policy. Strength training to improve athleticism is the focus of our program.

This dynamic and powerful mental training camp is designed for younger junior high and high school athletes. In this camp we provide the same information, concepts, tools, and protocols that we teach the greatest athletes on the planet. For more information go to camp.championsmentaledge.com, or contact us. This camp is offered each summer.

During the preparatory season, an athlete may move through each of these phases, divided into mesocycles lasting anywhere from 4-12 weeks 3. During the pre-season, the athlete adopts an undulated periodization model, at which stabilization, strength, and power are addressed within each microcycle 3. This period is usually one week long. NST utilizes a unique style of training that focuses on neural recruitment. We focus on developing the neurological synapses of the nervous system and the muscle fibers it innervates.

It was exactly what I was looking for – a place to get my workouts in with people who know what they’re doing. There aren’t many places like this place around. A lot of gyms, the one-on-one part gets lost with so many people the trainers are trying to train. Here Jack and Jared are very hands-on with all their training and making sure you’re doing everything right, stretching you, teaching you how to do the lifts the correct way.