Athletic performance programs
Performance training of children and young athletes
The approach used for performance training and for nutrition and recovery measures promotes the total physical, mental, cognitive and emotional development of a young athlete (ranging in age from 9 to 18 years). The training system extends from pre-puberty to early adulthood, and it consists of four interrelated stages: “learn to train,” “train to train,” “train to compete,” and “train to win.” Completion of these developmental stages will ensure complete biological, psychological, and sociological development, thus laying a solid foundation for athleticism, which is a cornerstone of the safe, successful development of an elite athlete.
Performance training of recreational athletes
The approach used for performance training and for nutrition and recovery measures targets the improvement of athletic performance and prevention of injury in individuals who, at an amateur level or in their leisure time, play sports (golf, tennis, long-distance running, triathlon, cycling etc.) and are interested in maintaining or improving their results.
Performance training of professional athletes
A two-part methodology focusing on performance enhancement and on nutrition and recovery measures promotes top-level athletic performance and a lengthy athletic career. Using advanced training and regeneration strategies, we manage to break down the “barriers” to athletic performance and push back the boundaries of success while, at the same time, minimizing the risk of injuries. This program may be followed during a specific training period (e.g., during a transitional, preparatory or competition period) or year-round.
Performance training of sports teams
A two-part methodology focusing on performance enhancement and on nutrition and recovery measures is intended to improve individual and team performance. At the same time, this approach reduces the frequency and severity of sports injuries by optimizing and personalizing training, nutrition and regeneration techniques. This program may be followed during a specific training period (e.g., during a transitional, preparatory or competition period) or year-round.