The Spring season is right around the corner and now is the time to take full advantage of the off-season. With the short time ahead of preseason practice, we tell you the six ways that six weeks of training will get you ready for that first practice.
In six weeks an athlete will not only shake off physical setbacks of the off-season cobwebs but will also become mentally prepared for the start of the season. It often takes a couple weeks to get back into the swing of things when it comes to getting prepared both physically and mentally.
An athlete will become more confident prior to the Spring season by being faster and stronger. The results of six weeks of training will significantly show, giving any athlete that extra confidence boost to feel comfortable in their specific sport.
In six weeks of strength training, we can get you a good base going into your season. Within this time period, any athlete will be able to build any extra strength
This relates well with strength being that strength is positively correlated with speed. Speed is a big focus in our six-week program as we prepare our athletes to be the quickest in their game or meet.
This ties right in with speed. An athlete will also see an increase in his or her agility levels. We focus on several different agility drills to help with movements such as change of direction.
6: Injury Prevention
The worst case scenario would be an injury occurring during the first week of practice. It’s evident that training prevents injury. But it’s more important that training closer to the start of a season will decrease the chances of injury significantly.
Six weeks can set the tone in the right direction for an athlete who is preparing for any sport. With the benefits, we chose to open a six-week program for athletes to take advantage of before their first practice. To take advantage of this, click here–https://parisisparta.com/februaryspecial