American Football is a challenging sport that really demands that the body be better equipped for protection. Extensive training is required to build the best body to endure the challenges of the sport. The unique thing about football is that it has so many different skills that are needed in each position. When looking at the quarterback and wide receiver positions, a unique training approach is used to help these athletes perform in their positions. The tight ends, running backs, and offensive linemen have a series of movement patterns and impact training that they must do. The defensive linemen, linebackers, safeties, and corners also have specific movement pattern training to make sure that they plant, cut, change direction, and tackle with great technique on every play. The point of all this is that specific athletes need specific training and emphasis on movement patterns for their positions. We at Git Right understand that it is not a one size fits all design to help our athletes fulfill their goals. We are able to mold our training program as the athletes’ progress.
How many times have you seen a one-size fit all approach in training? It seems to be very prevalent and we have found a better way to help athletes perform at their peak. The versatility of our training mixes in tempo, explosive training, endurance, agility, flexibility, and mental toughness to name a few. In addition, mechanics of proper movement patterns are stressed because in a game situation the wrong step could cause you to miss a big play, or being out of position could cause you to get an injury. Nobody wants an injury and we realize that moving is a skill that can be developed. The beauty of our system and is that we can specifically tailor it to your sport for example, boxing, tennis, volleyball, softball, soccer, wrestling, baseball, basketball, and various martial arts. We look forward to helping you get your body fine-tuned to perform as you pursue your personal best performance. See you soon!
“In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.” – quote: Bill Cosby
“If you’ll not settle for anything less than your best, you will be amazed at what you can accomplish in your lives.” – quote: Vince Lombardi
“So much of the emphasis is on the end result of getting a hit or throwing a strike. When I am working with hitters, we break it down into four areas. The first question is to ask the batter in the last five at bats how many times was he in control of himself? The way we test that is, did he take a breath before he stepped in the batter’s box? If he can’t control his breathing, how is he going to control good mechanics in hitting?” – quote: Dr. Ken Ravizza