Sports Performance Training Category

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Training for Speed (Part 2: Getting Strong to Get Fast)

By |January 19th, 2022|Athletic, Speed Training, Sports Performance Training|

As you saw in Part 1 of our Training For Speed series, there are three components to a well-rounded sprint training program: Strength Training to Develop Relative Strength Power and Plyometric Training for Increased Muscle Contraction Speed Speed and Agility Drills for Technique Development Today we are taking a look at developing

2021 Wrap-Up: Our Most Popular Articles

By |January 7th, 2022|Fitness, Healthy and Fit, Personal Training, Sports Performance Training, Strength Training, Women's Fitness|

Another year has gone, and another begins! Happy new year everyone :) For this wrap-up, we have selected our most helpful and popular blog posts of 2021. Your one stop shop for everything fitness & sports performance! Hopefully, you find some value and tactics to help you. Click the article titles to

Training for Speed (Part 1: An Introduction to Speed Training)

By |December 16th, 2021|Athletic, Speed Training, Sports Performance Training|

In the past few years, Back In Motion has been able to help and study athletes' speed and agility with our speed training programs in Fort Myers.  I think we can all agree that speed is an important component of athletic performance.  Whether this means: Sprinting on a track Lunging for a

Overtraining Syndrome – All You Need To Know

By |November 8th, 2021|Athletic, Personal Training, Sports Performance Coach, Sports Performance Training|

Overtraining syndrome refers to a condition where an athlete experiences extreme fatigue, along with a noticeable decline in performance caused by an overly rigorous training regime. Overtraining is said to affect the overall mood of the athlete, adversely impacting their motivation, increasing the likelihood of injury and an impaired immune system. Overtraining

The Effects Of Detraining In Athletes

By |September 21st, 2021|Athletic, football training, Sports Performance Training|

5 Reasons Why your Athlete Needs to Keep Coming to Back in Motion While They Are In-Season (AKA The Effects of Detraining)By: Chad Anderson 1) Use it or Lose itWhen you don’t use and load your muscles regularly, you’ll lose them in less time than it took to build them in the first place.Losing

Why Athletes Need Plyometric Training

By |August 5th, 2021|Athletic, baseball training, football training, Soccer Tips, Speed Training, Sports Performance Coach, Sports Performance Training|

Athletics is one most physically demanding activities out there. It requires the individual to be agile, fast, and flexible. Such agility and flexibility can be achieved through a variety of exercises, including plyometrics training. Plyometrics is a key exercise regime for improving the body’s strength and agility. In this article, we will cover

7 Reasons Why Your Athlete Needs Sports Performance Training

By |May 10th, 2021|Athletic, Sports Performance Coach, Sports Performance Training|

If you’ve found this article, chances are you are a parent of an athlete and you have ambitions of them making the team, increasing their playing time, becoming a star athlete, getting a college scholarship, or possibly going pro someday. But, as a parent, you know when they aren’t living up to their

Improving Athletic Performance Part 1 (Youth Baseball Players)

By |April 21st, 2021|Athletic, baseball training, Sports Performance Coach, Sports Performance Training, Strength Training|

Hey guys, this is Coach Chad here at Back In Motion, and today, I'm going to talk to you about how to increase performance in youth baseball players specifically. The big thing I want to touch upon is strengthening the lower body because that's where baseball players are going to get all

5 Tips For Parents On Improving Their Athletes Football Performance

By |March 24th, 2021|Athletic, football training, Sports Performance Coach, Sports Performance Training|

As parents, all you want is the best of the best for your kids. This is why you provide every opportunity possible to them so that they can excel in their fields. And it is indeed a joyous day when you sit in the stands and watch your kid run across the field

3 Exercises To Develop Explosive Power In Athletes

By |March 10th, 2021|Athletic, Gray Sports Performance, Sports Performance Coach, Sports Performance Training|

  Explosive power is one of the main fitness components important for success in many sports such as football, basketball, baseball, etc. So what is power? Power is recruiting as many motor units as possible in a short amount of time. It's the ability to exert maximum muscular contraction instantly in an