- Monthly Membership
- Progress With A Plan
- All Athletes
If you take your training seriously you need to understand the SAID principle:
Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demands – Skill Acceleration – Remove Muscle Slack on Time
This means that how you train has a direct impact on your results. You get out what you put in. The stimulus you provide creates the adaptation. It isn’t just limited to the gym though. The SAID principle applies to all aspects of your physical life, including what you do in the remaining 23hrs of the day spent outside the gym.
What is Athleticism?
- Having enough mobility to get into bio tensegrity advantageous positions that optimize length – tension relationships, and then being able to co-contract to remove muscle slack, so that you can move out of one position to another position rapidly in order to express power, motor control and attenuate the stress on inert tissue; like the UCL and Labrum.
- Mobility: Enough Control of you (Too Much Can Be Bad)
- Optimize Length – Tension Relationship: Everyone is Different
- Co-Contraction – Remove muscle slack with ISO Tension
- Muscles Don’t Power the Baseball
Players Want to:
- Throw Faster – Move Body Faster & Efficient
- Run Faster – Move Body Faster & Efficient
- Be Quicker – Goata & Low Hip Hinge
- Have Great Glove Hands – Quick Hands
- Hit for Power – Move Body Faster & Efficient
- Hit for Contact – Hit Off ++ Velocity
- Move Efficiently
- Sprint Faster – 6.50 seconds
- Throw Hard – 95 mph (Pull Down)
- Hit Efficiently Hard – 100 (Tee)
This program allows you to learn how to train and track your progress in order to achieve your goals.
- Lectures 13
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 80 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 4
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes