Personal Training

Biomechanics Training

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  Biomechanics is the sport science field that applies the laws of physics to human performance, in order to gain a better understanding of athletic performance. This is done through modeling, simulation and measurement. Physical limitations and movement optimization are of great interest to athletes, coaches, researchers and physicians. Biomechanics allow us to learn more…


Stability Training

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You will need coordination and dynamic balance to achieve athletic excellence and your full potential. Training must involve multiple joints and compound muscle actions that demand coordination, proper body positioning and joint and core stability. Training at higher levels of acceleration requires greater levels of coordination and dynamic balance. XCEED’s training for fast reactive motor…

Power Training

Kinetic Chain Training

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The body is a single system-not just a series of muscles. These muscles work in a linked manor-like a chain. When it comes to sport performance training the term “kinetic chain” describes how an athlete moves his/her body. For efficient flowing movements to occur there must be an integration of all parts. It doesn’t matter…

Speed Training

Neural Adaptation Personal Training

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XCEED’s training programs adapt the nervous system producing greater speed and power within athletes. When clients jump higher or run faster after training, the improvements come from the nervous system better controlling the muscular system. Our high speed training stimulates fast twitch muscle fibers and the neuromuscular system. Therefore muscles learn how to react and…