HS&IM has a fully equipped private gym stacked full of everything needed to follow a structured approach to athletic strength and conditioning coaching. This involves:
Assessment & Monitoring
Before commencing a strength and conditioning coaching program, assessments are carried out on the athlete’s physical abilities. The assessments determine the athlete’s strength, weakness and structural abnormalities that impact sports performance. The strength and conditioning coaching programs are continuously monitored to ensure that there is an improvement in the athlete’s strengths, and problems are corrected.
The basis of the Strength and Conditioning program design comes from the physical requirements and the demands on the physiological systems for the sport that the athlete competes.
Movement preparation prepares your body for action. Before a competition, a practice session or a workout movement preparation increases performance and reduces the risk of injury.
All Athletes benefit from a strength training program. Strength training increases the amount and rate force of production, improves power output and making the athlete more durable.
Power development training increases the athlete’s ability to exert a maximal amount of force in the shortest amount of time. An increase in athlete’s power output translates into improved running speed, jump height, throwing ability and many other movements involved in sports performance.
Conditioning focuses on giving the athlete ability to perform a movement will less effort, at a higher intensity and for longer durations.
Our programs are designed to meet the needs for sports specific or general strength and conditioning. Every sport requires athletes to have particular physical ability for the athlete to be successful. Our coaches will help you to improve your physical performance whether your goals are to compete at the highest level or compete in your first event. With proper exercise prescription and coaching, we can assist with improved sports performance and injury prevention.