Strength & Conditioning

By: Core Conditioning   30/03/2011
Keywords: personal training, personal trainer, fitness training

The aim of Strength & Conditioning is to improve the physical attributes that contribute to athletic performance. These include strength, power, endurance, agility and flexibility which in turn complements other aspects of an athlete’s development.

CORE CONDITIONING STRENGTH & CONDITIONING PATHWAY

1) Free consultation

2) Medical/Biomechanical and Athletic Development Screening

3) Strength and conditioning sessions

4) Periodic reassessment


A high quality Strength & Conditioning Coach will have the specialist skills and competencies required to plan, develop and implement physical preparation, optimum performance and injury prevention within an athletic environment.

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