Training Consists of...

          Dynamic Warm-up: The goals of the dynamic warm-up are to: increase body temperature, increase joint ROM, address the movement demands of the day, work on FMS (Fundamental Movement Skills) i.e. skipping, running, balance, coordination, proprioception, squatting/hinging patterns, etc., begin to prime CNS (Central Nervous System), and focus the group for the training session.

          Speed: Applied correctly speed work is a powerful tool to help athletes improve overall athleticism.  Teaching proper sprinting mechanics plays a big role in the athlete’s ability to run faster.  Proper sprinting mechanics allow the athlete to express their strength, power, and elasticity optimally.

          Plyos/Throws: Plyos/Throws can be looked at as the tool used to help transfer all the work done in the weight room onto the field. They develop power and elasticity.  Teaching plyos right also plays a big role in injury reduction. 

          Lifting: Lifting and developing strength builds the foundation to be able to increase other athletic qualities and helps reduce injuries.  In essence lifting and strength training makes you more athletic.  Playing a large role in developing; speed, power, agility, and elasticity.  Lack of lifting and strength training will lead to developing these other athletic qualities only marginally.

          Conditioning: The EForce conditioning model works to develop the appropriate energy systems based on the athlete's sporting demands.  Whether you are a sprinter, marathon runner, team sport athlete, or somewhere in-between, EForce's program will improve your conditioning to the necessary levels for the sport(s) you play.  By increasing your conditioning you will be able to play longer and harder while resisting fatigue.  When an athlete becomes fatigued their technique usually breaks down which puts them at a higher risk for injury.