Soccer, basketball, and volleyball athletes pay attention!
It’s one of the most devastating injuries an athlete can have.. Twist, pop, tear.. The dreaded ACL injury. Over 150,000 athletes every year experience it in the U.S. With recovery taking anywhere from 6-12 months, an entire season can be lost in a split second. And without proper rehab, an athlete may never get back to her previous skill level. The speed, power, and strength that is so essential to all sports may be lost for good.
Female athletes are the most likely candidates, anywhere from 2-8 times more likely than their male counterparts. And because of this, we’re offering a new ACL prevention strength and plyometric program at Ageless this October.
Although no strategy is 100% effective, numerous studies have shown that proper training can reduce the risk of ACL injury. Our program, based on the latest exercise research as well as one of the most popular ACL prevention training programs available called the PEP program, is specifically designed for the female athlete.
Time: Two 60 minute training sessions per week (Days/times will be determined once sign ups are complete) starting October 14th.
Who: 7th grade – high school female athletes
Duration: 4 weeks (8 sessions)
Cost: $49 per player
Trainers: Pete, T.J., Brad, and Amber
Limit: Sessions are limited to 10 female athletes
Each training is 60 minutes long and will be broken down as follows –
- Dynamic Warmup – Learn the most effective way to warm up prior to practices and games
- Movement prep, mobility, and activation – Learn what joints need more mobility, what joints need more stability, and what muscles need to be turned on to maximize jumping power and minimize injury risk
- Plyometric Training – Learn how to land properly and to jump explosively
- Strength Training – Learn the exercises that should be part of every athlete’s training program, no matter the sport
For more information or to reserve your spot, contact us at 217-839-2484 or e-mail us at email@example.com. Forms will also be available on the front counter at the gym.