Training

In Season

The only thing that matters in-season is game day performance. That’s why managing your in-season fatigue is absolutely vital. During our training, we work towards maintaining and increasing your strength over the course of the season to ensure that you are playing your best all the way through to the end of the season. Avoid injury and keep on top of load management while maintaining your peak condition throughout the in-season with Strength & Conditioning online!

Off Season

The off-season is considered to be one of the most important phases for an athlete. During the off-season athletes should focus more closely on functional muscle, strength development, imbalances and most importantly work on what needs to be done for the next competitive season.

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Brad and Dior work with you to ensure that you recover both physically and mentally, while developing your strength and speed.

Peaking

As your competition or season draws closer, our coaches will help build up the intensity of your training and minimise the risk of overtraining and injuries. Within this phase, we focus specifically on improving technique, reducing fatigue and enhancing the sports specificity.

Tapering

This is known as the Recovery phase. Tapering is important in many endurance-based sports, such as long-distance running and swimming. For many athletes, a significant period of tapering is essential for optimal performance.

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One of the most crucial components of tapering is getting the timing right. With years of experience training elite athletes, our coaches have become experts in tapering and getting our athletes to peak performance.

Sports Specific Movement

Sports specific movements are based on sports-specific situations and are a set of skills that can then be transferred directly to the sport. In our strength and conditioning training, we identify your sport specific skills to increase performance on the field.

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Our coaches will help you improve on the fundamental movement patterns, and strengthen the key muscles involved in your sport.

Load Management

Load management is the deliberate temporary reduction of external physiological stressors intended to facilitate improvements in athlete wellness and performance while preserving musculoskeletal and metabolic health.

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Load management determines how often athletes should work out, practice, travel, and everything else surrounding those game minutes as well. It uses caution to keep athletes feeling their best and strategizes when it’s necessary to put additional strain on the world’s best athlete’s bodies. The coaches at Strength and Conditioning Online use the best sports science practices to optimise an athlete’s load.

Functional Rehab

All our rehabilitation programs take into account, and reproduce, the activities and the combination of clinic-based and sport-specific functional techniques while providing an individualized, sport-specific rehabilitation protocol for the athlete.

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The goal of function-based rehabilitation programmes is the return of the athlete to optimum athletic function. Cross-training is encouraged by Brad and Dior, especially with activities that do not produce any symptoms from the injury.

In Season

The only thing that matters in-season is game day performance. That’s why managing your in-season fatigue is absolutely vital. During our training, we work towards maintaining and increasing your strength over the course of the season to ensure that you are playing your best all the way through to the end of the season. Avoid injury and keep on top of load management while maintaining your peak condition throughout the in-season with Strength & Conditioning online!

Off Season

The off-season is considered to be one of the most important phases for an athlete. During the off-season athletes should focus more closely on functional muscle, strength development, imbalances and most importantly work on what needs to be done for the next competitive season.

Read More

Brad and Dior work with you to ensure that you recover both physically and mentally, while developing your strength and speed.

Peaking

As your competition or season draws closer, our coaches will help build up the intensity of your training and minimise the risk of overtraining and injuries. Within this phase, we focus specifically on improving technique, reducing fatigue and enhancing the sports specificity.

Tapering

This is known as the Recovery phase. Tapering is important in many endurance-based sports, such as long-distance running and swimming. For many athletes, a significant period of tapering is essential for optimal performance.

Read More

One of the most crucial components of tapering is getting the timing right. With years of experience training elite athletes, our coaches have become experts in tapering and getting our athletes to peak performance.

Sports Specific Movement

Sports specific movements are based on sports-specific situations and are a set of skills that can then be transferred directly to the sport. In our strength and conditioning training, we identify your sport specific skills to increase performance on the field.

Read More

Our coaches will help you improve on the fundamental movement patterns, and strengthen the key muscles involved in your sport.

Load Management

Load management is the deliberate temporary reduction of external physiological stressors intended to facilitate improvements in athlete wellness and performance while preserving musculoskeletal and metabolic health.

Read More

Load management determines how often athletes should work out, practice, travel, and everything else surrounding those game minutes as well. It uses caution to keep athletes feeling their best and strategizes when it’s necessary to put additional strain on the world’s best athlete’s bodies. The coaches at Strength and Conditioning Online use the best sports science practices to optimise an athlete’s load.

Functional Rehab

All our rehabilitation programs take into account, and reproduce, the activities and the combination of clinic-based and sport-specific functional techniques while providing an individualized, sport-specific rehabilitation protocol for the athlete.

Read More

The goal of function-based rehabilitation programmes is the return of the athlete to optimum athletic function. Cross-training is encouraged by Brad and Dior, especially with activities that do not produce any symptoms from the injury.

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