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PRINCIPLES OF PERFORMANCE
The assessment drives program design, performance movement order, low to high performance complexity, low to high performance movement skill. All performance movements are paired/unpaired. The most demanding movements (cardiovascular/cardio respiratory) will be performed first. The second performance movement category focuses on the development of speed, subcategories:upper body and lower body. The third performance movement category focuses on the development of force, subcategories: upper and lower body. The fourth performance movement category focuses on the development of movement in small space, subcategories: quickness and agility.
In fitness every fourth performance training protocol the athlete has an opportunity to progress to a higher level of complexity and movement skill in this category. In speed training once an athlete doubles his or her out put of volume they advance to higher level of complexity and movement skill in this category. In force development once an athlete increases their total out put by 20% from their baseline volume they advance to a higher level of complexity and movement skill in this category. In drill, once an athlete decreases their median time 20% from the baseline in any protocol they can advance to the next level of complexity and movement skill in this category.
The assessment drives program design, strength movement order, low to high strength movement complexity, and low to high strength movement skill. All movements are paired/unpaired in movement sequences that are opposing, corresponding or complimentary. Each sequence has a paired focus (stability/strength), (strength/strength), (strength/power). Hand position or grip, body position and tempo (speed of movement) are all integral in the development of optimal levels of strength. The most difficult movement in each pair is always performed first
Once baseline is set a 20% overall increase in total output advances the athlete to the next progressions in our concurrent strength protocol. In any movement pair (4:1, 3:1, and or 2:1) an upside down or inverse ratio for a minimum of three consecutive strength training protocols takes place, the most challenging movement pair relative to the level of of complexity/skill is chosen to replace the previous pair.