Sport Performance Consulting
Design Your Movement
For centuries human movement has been a subject of interest for many scientists around the world. As science and our knowledge advanced and expanded, it became obvious that a simple movement is composed of a sophisticated complex of biological and mechanical interactions.
With advances in modern science and technology, the study of movement allows us to improve athletic performance by identifying critical changes athletes need to make. Sport Performance Consulting can help analyze and find the most optimal technique for your performance. Contact us for more information about our services or visit our event calendar to view our training camp schedule.
Biomechanics is a science that looks into movement by integrating both biological systems and principles of mechanics.
For instance, to visually evaluate an esthetic look of the movement in any sport is not that hard. However, to describe the nature of the movement is not that easy without having specific equipment.
Sport Performance Consulting uses the BioRow equipment to analyse rowers� motion in the water. The information from biomechanical testing allows us to provide valuable knowledge for both, coaches and athletes, giving a deeper insight on technique and how to improve the efficiency of the movement.
Sport physiology is closely related to mechanics of movement and is another important factor in improving performance. The more efficient and economical the movement is, the better our body utilizes its energy. In sport performance, every bit of energy we expend matters. Knowing how to pace properly during practice and competition allows us to develop and achieve the best results.
A key factor we look at for endurance sports and performance is blood lactate concentration. Blood lactate testing provides feedback on an athlete�s performance and their level of fitness, allowing us to evaluate and track progress for an individual or a group of athletes.
Blood lactate testing allows us to determine a proper training zone to improve aerobic base, a key factor for developing endurance, as well as identifying the lactate threshold zone to push you to the next level of performance.
Contact us to receive more information about physiological testing.
When the season of competition is over, it is that time of the year when we need to work on the mistakes, to improve the effectiveness of the movement and to sharpen technique.
The key factor for off season training is to make progress without injuries.
Sport specific movement training and preventing asymmetrical muscle development can help to achieve the best personal results once competition season begins. For specific information on dryland training or to arrange an assessment, please contact us.