Muscular Strength and Power. This is the base of your athletic pyramid. It is the one component you must develope through concentration and putting forth large amounts of force. Resistance training requires a great deal of mental toughness. Strength gains are gradual, so you are unable to take long breaks from this type of training.
Core strengthening exercises strengthen your core muscles, including your abdominal muscles, back muscles and the muscles around the pelvis. Strong core muscles make it easier to do many physical activities. You must train your core and we will do some type of core work every session
Flexibility or limberness refers to the absolute range of movement in a joint or series of joints, and length in muscles that cross the joints to induce a bending movement or motion.Most people think of flexibility as a means of "warming up" for an athletic event or workout. However, flexibility can take an athlete from being good to being great. You must be able to bend and move effortlessly, flexibility gives you the ability to do this.
SPEED AND AGILITY TRAINING
Not everyone is born with speed. But it can be taught. Improvements take discipline and repetition. Speed is the limiting factor in many athletic events. Agility training is just like speed training, you must perform each rep at maximum speed. Athletes must be able to move and change direction. Whether it is running, planting or changing direction.. good technique and body control is extremely important.
Sport specific strength and conditioning including agility and plyometrics training helps athletes prevent injuries and enhance performance. Proper training and correcting bad habits can significantly reduce and in most cases prevent sport injuries from occuring.