Our aim is to develop strong athletes that move fluidly on the field.
By teaching our body how to move as an entire unit, our movements become more efficient. This leads to explosiveness, fluidity, and strength.
Building a strong core through strengthening the inner muscles in the the torso area and stabilizing the pelvis. This allows for elite body control and to withstand body contact.
Increasing the muscle flexibility of the athlete allows joints to move fluidly in an appropriate range of motion.
When looking at a sports performance pyramid, the base and most important section is body control. Without being able to move your body how you want to, you will not be able to use your physicality or the skills for your sport.
The 3 pillars of body control are "functionality", "stability", and "flexibility. An athlete that can move their body in the exact manner they want to will be able to effectively use the other parts of the pyramid.
Having The Ability To Properly Control Your Body
The 3 pillars of body control all work in harmony together. By training these attributes, athletes will quickly see an increase in their body control. Once athletes are able to move in an efficient manner, we start to see the desired traits of an elite athlete: fluid movement, explosiveness, and strength.
The effects of focusing your performance training on functionality, stability, and flexibility: