Our purpose is to love, serve, and challenge student-athletes as we prepare them to live and compete at their personal best.
We will train these student-athletes in a manner that builds resiliency towards injury, increases athletic ability and enhances self-confidence.
The Strength and Conditioning Department will accomplish its mission under the following training principles:
- Balanced Development – holistic approach to total body development both muscularly and metabolically
- Transferability – training in a manner which transfers to demands of specific sport
- Technique – each repetition performed properly to obtain desired stimulation and adaptation
- Periodization – long term planning of training cycles and seasons
- Progression – steady and systematic increase in work volume and intensity over time
- Overload – system must be stressed at appropriate levels beyond its present capacity
- Variation – differing modalities and stimuli over time to control for monotony and plateaus
- Consistency – an untrained system reverses back to previous muscular and metabolic levels
- Coaching – creating structure, safety and energy in each training session
- Evaluation – testing and monitoring to quantify rate of improvement in specific adaptations (Muscular Strength, Muscular Power, Agility, Speed, Anaerobic & Aerobic Power, Body composition)
Contact: Matt Frederick l 615-460-8044 l email@example.com