YOU NEED TO HAVE A PLAN
IMPACKD Is Your Family Planning Guide
Everyone's Working Really Hard
But the coach needs your help!
Coaches are best able to help athletes when they have an informed parent and informed player. That's the nut of it all. What does that mean for parents and athletes? It means coached want parents to know how to train their kids on their own. They want parents to know how to bullet-proof their kid so they don't get hurt during training and game time.
Coaches also want parents and athletes to be actively involved in the college recruiting process. They may not say this to you but the coach is better able to help an athlete get in school when the athlete identifies schools they are interested in as opposed to the coach doing the guess work for them.
If your athlete knows that when they're not at practice, they have to run wind sprints up a hill or strength train or even take a rest day, it makes the coach's job easier. And we want the coaches to be able to do their jobs —because that's how you end up on a winning team that gets seen by college scouts. Wouldn't it be great if there was a website with the roadmap laid out for your family to know exactly what to do for your athlete and your coach? IMPACKD IS THAT PLAN.
Control, Peace of Mind, Guidance
IMPACKD helps you plan your path to success in the mad world known as youth sports!
Dr. Bill Booker, creator of IMPACKD, explains how it works.
Step 2: Develop Essential Routines Every Day of the Year
What questions keep you up at night?
— "Is my child good enough to play collegiate sports?"
— "Is my child prepared to get on the playing field at the next event?"
— "Will my child stay healthy throughout the high school years?"
— "How can I help my child become a better athlete?"
Good questions. Here's what you need to know: If your athlete wants to improve performance and prevent a future injury, you must get into the habit of following daily routines that are proven not only to make you more explosive and skilled, but also to make you stronger, leaner, and even taller.
This means prehab and conditioning, for any part of the body at the right time of the year.
Here are just SOME of the essential routines IMPACKD delivers:
ACL AND KNEE PREHAB
QUICKNESS AND NEUROLOGY TRAINING
BALANCE AND ANKLE STABILITY
SHOULDER AND UPPER BODY EXERCISES
NUTRITION AND HYDRATION
NUTRITION AND HYDRATION
Not sure where to start? Try this: IMPACKD's daily dynamic warmup. Soon it will become obvious how prehab routines and drills will improve your explosiveness, strength, balance, stability, and flexibility: all the mechanics you need to become athletic.
Step 3: Maximize Your College Recruiting Opportunities
Know which school is the best fit for your athlete!
It is never too early to start building your college plan. Some families start the process as early as seventh grade and that's a good idea — because if your plan is to wait for your coach to hand you some schools when your athlete is in junior year of high school, you're TOO LATE. The coach wants to help and feels the pressure to make sure that everyone on the roster gets a scholarship. But how does the coach know the right fit for your child?
That's the information you have to provide. But where do you find it?
IMPACKD's 20-Questions Survey helps you get to know your athlete. This survey helps you narrow down the options so you find the school that best fits your child's educational and athletic abilities.
IMPACKD then walks you through each step of the college recruiting process.