Not just for elite athletes.
There’s a grey area that exists in the conventional rehabilitation model. There comes a point where your Physiotherapy treatment has you feeling good - the pain is gone, joint movement has returned and your strength is building - but you’re not quite back at your best.
This creates a recipe for a recurring injury.
In professional sporting organisations, the Strength & Conditioning coach steps in to bridge that gap. In fact, the S&C coach is active from the very beginning to avoid the Deconditioning that will take place when training comes to a standstill.
But Strength & Conditioning isn’t just for elite athletes.
The way we approach our time in the gym translates to the way we approach every aspect of our lives. The gym is not a place to conduct randomised workouts - it’s a testing ground for overloading muscles, taking joints through bigger ranges of motion, lifting more, jumping higher, running faster or longer. It’s all in the name of achieving the goals that light you up.
This is the difference between ‘working out’ and ‘training’. Athletes don’t workout.
It’s why we built the Bioathletic Training Club. It’s where you're treated like a world champion, even if you only train to beat your mates up the last hill at the end of a run.