Conditioning impacts high-level sports performance with the ability to handle increased work capacity...whether that's over the course of a workout, the second half of a competition or late in the season.
In a specific moment, conditioning affects an athlete's speed and performance. It determines the ability to repeat high intensity activities. In the cycle of maximal effort and recovery, how long can an athlete compete before experiencing a decline in speed of play or power output. Well conditioned athletes include the baseball athlete who sustains velocity over 70 pitches and the soccer athlete whose speed of play is dictated by repeating short sprints on the field.
The benefits of being well-conditioned include:
- Increased Workload
- Repeated Sprint Ability
- Enhanced Recovery
- Preparation for demands of a season
This collection of products are the building blocks for conditioning. Select what you need to prepare for the season.