Personal Training

Proprioception Training

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Proprioception is the unifying element for all quality athletic movement. It determines how muscles respond. While movement is the continual exchange of force production and force reduction our proprioceptive ability greatly determines our movement awareness and movement efficiency. Proprioceptive ability is trainable. The central nervous system and sensory receptors are conditioned to respond to muscle…

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…