Physical Strength

An athlete needs a strong body. We train them to understand what they need to be ready for the game and recover for the next.


Dynamic Warm-up

Before physical activity it is always good to warm-up the muscles and joints you are about to improve.

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Frankensteins
Donkey Kicks

Crab Shuffle
Crouch Walk

Everyday Strength at Home

Feet


Ankles


Calves


Shins


Quads


Hamstrings


Shoulders


Neck


Biceps


Triceps


Chest


Back


Abdominals


Obliques


Lower Back


Glutes


Hips


Groin


Static Cool-down

After a workout is complete the muscles begin to tighten as they recover. Proper stretching will reduce swelling and soreness.

The faster we recover, the faster we can get back to playing for a long time.