Athlete Performance Training
SKILLS LEARNED DURING ATHLETIC TRAINING
In addition to teaching your team athletic skills, our Athletic Performance Program will also teach them transferable life skills. Children who participate in sports are given the opportunity to grow their own character, and sports performance training programs reinforce that character development.
Some of the many transferable life skills learned in our Athletic Performance Program include:
- Building time management skills
- Self discipline to complete a given task
- Appreciation for hard work and goal completion
- Reinforcement of a positive body image
LONG TERM ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT (LTAD)
WHAT IS IT?
- A PLAN THAT HELPS PROMOTE THE GROWTH AND MATURATION OF AN ATHLETE
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT
- PROMOTES PHYSICAL AND MENTAL WELL BEING
- INCREASED NEUROMUSCULAR ADAPTATIONS AND STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT
- DECREASED RISK OF INJURY
- ACCREDITED AND TRAINED COACHES WITH A TRACK RECORD OF SUCCESS
Our 90-minute, personalized, Semi-Private Training Program begins at the top of every hour and its structure will allow your athlete to train for the pre-season, maintenance in-season, and for recovery during the postseason. We have made this training affordable, so you can get instruction and performance training for far less than the typical charge for a personal trainer.
Private One-on-One Training
For athletes seeking sport-specific instruction, our private 1-on-1 training sessions allow the athlete to be coached by former college and professional athletes. The 1-on-1 training requires appointments and are most effective when combined with our Semi-Private Training membership.
Team & Group Training
Team & Group training is a great choice for your team to get to the next level of athletic performance. For these training sessions, we customize a training program to fit the practice schedule of any team. Our facility has the ability to hold your practices AND training sessions, allowing coaches to focus their limited practice time on strategy, execution, and teamwork.
Brendan currently serves as Head Sports Performance Coach with PBAP. Prior to joining the Paul Bunyan team, he spent one year as the Director of Performance for a private facility in northern Delaware. Leading up to this position, Brendan spent a full year working in Liberty University’s athletic performance department as an assistant coach under and alongside a number of amazing sports performance coaches, sport coaches, athletic trainers, performance nutritionists, and other sports medicine staff.
He had the opportunity to work with 12 different varsity teams in addition to being in charge of several teams for a period of time during this stint including softball, men’s/women’s tennis, short/long sprinters, multis, and women’s distance/cross-country. Before coming to Liberty, he spent two years coaching at the same aforementioned private facility in northern Delaware while also being employed as an exercise technician at an outpatient physical therapy clinic for a level 1 trauma center for four years. While he has worked with a variety of different sports, he has had the most experience with rotational sports including baseball, softball, lacrosse, and tennis.
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