“What’s the difference between strength and conditioning and, simply going to the gym to workout?”
1) You Can’t Improve What You Don’t Measure, So Measure Well.
2) Before Your Pursue Upside, You Have To Minimise Downside.
3) An Athlete’s Movement Competency Should Have Deep and Wide Foundations
These foundations are built using a system that we call the KVLR™ Movement Progression Systems. Step by step, we protect our athletes from more and more challenging tasks until they reach the end of our strength, power and plyometric progressions. By this point, they have realised that they are an elite athlete, and it’s time to take the next step.
4) Elite Athleticism Is The Result Of The Aggregate Of Marginal Gains.
Now that they’re protected from the downside, a good athlete will only become great when they push their boundaries, challenge their current condition, and become a weapon who is able to endure past their previous limits. No athlete has succeeded at the highest level without this ability.
This is where we will also ‘chase the 1%’ers.’ We’ll look to optimise things like:
– How well are you recovering between training sessions?
5) Behind Every Great Athlete Is A Great Coach In Their Corner.
In our flagship program, we implement the systems you’ve just read starting with an athlete’s Elite Athlete Gameplan™ and then getting to work bulletproofing their physical and mental weaknesses, building a strong movement foundation grounded in habits that are effective and, pursuing the upside in order to become elite.