Ashlyn’s story has been nothing short of interesting. Read about the character lessons she learned while battling through two ACL surgeries.
Mike and Deb Moss have great reasons to tell the world about Athletes’ Training Center. In Deb’s words, “Athletes’ Training Center has changed both of our lives”. The Moss’ both enjoy training in our Adult Fitness Coaching services, but it took some hard work and dedication on their part to get there.
Share a photo of you in action in our Athletes’ Training Center T-shirt to earn the chance to win prizes from now until September 30, 2020. Get all of the details here.
If you are a current patient or client, please read here for a full summary of the preventative steps we are taking in our routines in response to COVID-19.
To honor our teachers and administrators, we will be giving five lucky teachers in the Omaha/metro area the gift of fitness for the summer.
Exercise variation is an inherent positive for athlete development and rehabilitation. Anyone who has spent any time in a gym has done their share of squats, bench presses and dead lifts. These are the “core lifts” for good reason. They are integrated, multi-joint movements. They train the athlete in proper coordination patterns, setting the foundation for a wide range of athletic movements. There’s a place for these lifts in every sport and at every stage of a season or long-term development, including rehabilitation.
Training for a jump and the landing requires the coach and athlete to look at what usually comes before and after a jump in their sport…. Many studies have found that the take-off mechanics affect the landing mechanics.
Every movement involves a change of direction. Training the eccentric component of our key movements helps us do those movements more powerfully and efficiently.
CrossFit has become an extremely popular fitness regimen in recent years, and with the snow starting to melt and the hope of warmer days, you may be thinking it is just the thing to get you active again and prep that Summer body. As you’re getting started, however, we want you to beware of shoulder injuries.
Meet JT Roy. JT has trained with us for just under 5 years and is about to hit the 300 visit mark. As we work to educate the parents of young athletes, there is no better example to use than JT.