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For many coaches and athletes, finding a solid conditioning program that promotes power, speed, and endurance for the upcoming season is top priority. If the same program can keep injury from plaguing an athlete’s season or career, that is certainly a bonus. So we decided to offer such a program in our newest training option, Sportsmetrics Agility and Speed (SAS). SAS offers athletes the same benefits of our original injury prevention program along with the added benefit of a complex conditioning program. Through SAS, athletes will increase their speed, agility and endurance prior to the start of their sports season. Finally, injury prevention meets sports enhancement!

SAS incorporates the scientifically-proven components of Sportsmetrics, including a dynamic warm-up, jump training, strength training, and flexibility. In addition to these components we have added a series of vigorous speed and agility drills comprising of quick feet, sharp cuts, straight sprints, backpedaling and unpredicted agility.

    • Dynamic Warm-up
      -5 minutes
    • Plyometrics/Jump Training
      -30 minutes, 3 two-week phases
    • Speed and Agility Drills
      -30 minutes
    • High Intensity Strength Training
      -30 minutes
    • Flexibility Training
      -10 minutes

With each drill, athletes concentrate on correct running form, body posture and proper technique associated with cutting, pivoting, and decelerating, all activities highly associated with ACL injuries.

The entire program can be performed on the court or field with minimal equipment. It should be performed in the athlete’s off or preparatory season, three days a week for six weeks. At the end of the six weeks, athletes should be physically ready to begin their season with a solid foundation of speed, agility, endurance and strength. This is our most well-rounded training program yet.

In the growing world of highly competitive sports performance, don’t get left behind. Take charge with Sportsmetrics and get stronger, jump higher, run faster…injury free!