Without a doubt we believe the most important part our program is the skills aspect. We focus the majority of our time on working on the skills that our athletes will be required to perform on the playing field. After all, it does not matter how fast, strong, quick, or high you jump if you can't play. We have all seen athletes over the years that could do all those things mentioned before, but were not able to perform on the field.
Flexibility is one of the main components of a successful athlete. The more flexible an athlete is, the more they will increase their aerobic fitness, prevention of injury & muscle cramps, gain muscular strength & endurance, improve performance of daily activities and enhance joint health among other things.
Speed and agility speaks for itself as every athlete wants to increase their speed and agility. There is no doubt that any athlete that increases their speed and agility will improve their overall performance, so we try to attach at least one component of every session with a speed and agility block.
Another staple in our program is our strength & conditioning component. We generally recommend that all of our athletes who are in high school and above schedule at least one strength & conditioning session with us every single week to maximize their overall development with the other on field training components that we offer within our program. We believe strongly that an athlete who is skilled in all phases of their on field development, must not neglect their strength & conditioning, as they surely go hand in hand their success.
We work with athletes who are preparing for the NFL Combine & their College Pro Day. We help them increase testing results in the 40 yard dash, 3 cone drill, L drill, vertical, positions drills, and their 255 bench test. During this training process we also partner with vendors who offer massages & meal prep plans. Additionally, we offer body recovery treatment to our athletes at our facility.
Film study is another important aspect of our program. During my playing days professionally, I started to realize the great benefits of film study, whether that's watching practice, training, or game film. I can honestly say that I began to see tremendous results from it. We teach our athletes not just to watch film, but how to watch film with an added purpose, along with some great film breakdown secrets that you might not find anywhere else.
Smart players seem to be hard to find these days. Being a smart player along with having great athletic ability, being skilled, having strength, well conditioned, and great flexibility is a great combination. So, we try our best to fill our athletes with as much knowledge as possible in regards to their sport and position. I have never met a coach who did not like a smart athlete, therefore until they stop liking smart players, we will continue to pursue making players smarter.