A performance baseline is established to measure results and proper progression through the phases.
Learn how to locate trigger points, soft tissue restrictions within the body and self-treat.
Learn proper dynamic warm-up, movement preparation and neural activation to ready the body for activity.
Learn proper mechanics for linear and multi-directional movement to increase speed
Learn to correctly execute movement patterns and lifts that are fundamental to strength and power.
Learn how to develop proprioceptive awareness to maintain proper pelvic and scapular alignment during activity improving body awareness and reducing likelihood of injury.
This phase serves as the introduction to the pillars and the development of movement awareness and a fundamental understanding of technique.
In this phase the athlete develops a progressive understanding of the pillars and the ability to execute technique properly with cueing from a coach.
When an athlete reaches this phase they have an edge over the competition. They possess the skill to self-treat joint restrictions and locate and release trigger points that impact performance. They have the ability to execute technique and movement skills with precision and do not need cueing from a coach. Their training is often specific to their sport and they’ve been developed to excel.