To all athletes in the Washington Metropolitan area looking for a serious and leading edge strength and conditioning program to join this summer, you don’t want to miss out on this year’s camp!
Dynamic Sport Performance’s speed and agility training program will help athletes improve their acceleration, deceleration, reaction time and coordination. Foot speed, quickness, speed changes, and directional change are developed to enhance explosive sport speed.
The foundation of all great players includes speed, strength, power, endurance, flexibility, balance and coordination. Our 6 Week Speed and Agility Camp will help athletes develop the explosive sport speed and athleticism needed to boost performance and dominate the competition.
Unlike any other strength and conditioning camp, all athletes will also be trained in our Triphasic Training System. At DSP we are not interested in who can lift the most weight. Our goal is to teach athletes how to produce the most force in the shortest amount of time. The Triphasic Training System does just that – using a 3-phased approach to build athletes that are always peaking and game ready.
Triphasic Training System Focus
Eccentric Phase (2 Weeks) This phase is very important and where we begin to the lay the foundation for the athlete. Every dynamic movement begins with an eccentric muscle contraction. The pre loading of a muscle allows it to store kinetic energy needed to generate dynamic explosive movements. During this phase athletes will be training two physiological processes that contribute to force production – stretch reflex and stretch shortening cycle.
Isometric Phase (2 Weeks) The Isometric phase is where we teach athletes how to transfer absorbed eccentric energy and turn it into explosive concentric movements. Motor unit recruitment and rate coding are trained during this phase to help increase force production.
Concentric Phase (2 Weeks) The Concentric Phase is where we take everything gained from the eccentric and isometric phases and turn them into explosive sport specific movements. The importance of this phase is the synchronization of the three muscle actions maximizing the energy transfer from the preceding eccentric and isometric phases into a unified, powerful and dynamic movement.
Where: DSP Studio & T.C. Williams Track and Jones Point Park
When: 9: 4 Day a Week (M,T,W,Th)
Group 1: 9:45 am – 11:00 pm
Group 2: 11:15 am – 12:30 pm
Dates: June 20th – July 30th
Cost: $700 or 10 Session Punch Card