A 12-Month Roadmap to the Next Level
The Key Takeaway
It's Not Merely About a Need for Speed
You can be strong but if you're injured or feeling a nagging discomfort, you're not working at your highest ability. You need your body to work efficiently, and if you're always on full-tilt, it can't recover.
Parents must realize that athletes cannot train and run hard every day. Instead, they must follow a process that builds on success and prevents setbacks. It involves phases that athletes must follow in cycles all the way through high school: Rest and recovery, Rejuvenation and skills development, Training and time management, and Competition and psychological preparedness.
We can get to the end game — attending the perfect college for you — but we don't get there if we leave the injured athlete behind.
Maximize Your IMPACKD
MOVE FORWARD FROM HERE
The competitive season is the time of year when track athletes pull hamstrings and strain hips. What is your plan to prevent that from happening? You can't overwhelm the body with new exercises. You can't rest the body, and it's too late to try to build strength. That means your athlete has to concentrate on two issues right now — injury prevention and the psychological advantage that puts them ahead of the competition.
You're going into the high season not knowing whether you are experiencing a predictable and preventable problem. But we can determine whether a problem lies ahead, and we can show you how to avoid it while making sure your athlete is mentally prepared for the challenges ahead.
HOW TO BE AN IMPACKD ATHLETE
LEARN: Discover whether you are prone to experiencing an injury while playing sports.
JOIN: Register for the IMPACKD program. It will change the trajectory of your life.
DISCOVER: Get the exercises that will improve strength, stability, and explosiveness.
GAIN: Access vital insights into building skills, habits, behaviors, and discipline that will set you apart from other athletes.
PREPARE: Train to be the elite athlete that is sought out by teams, coaches, and schools.