Our department primarily focuses on free weight, multi-joint movements within our strength training programs with the development of lower body strength and power as our primary objective. Upper body strength and power is developed in a balanced and symmetrical fashion to increase performance that fits the sporting requirements. The improvement of core strength and stability is trained through the utilization of postural and supportive strength training exercises. The strength staff additionally analyzes the sporting requirements and critically develops core strength and power training that promotes transferability.
The use of rehabilitation methodologies fit within the sport performance department’s Integrated Programming model, which additionally addresses any imbalance issues that occur as a result of the demands of a specific sport.