Titus Sports Performance Training
Titus aims to teach the methods and exercises necessary to bring out an athlete’s full performance potential and improve the psychological capacity of each athlete. The Titus training system focuses on increasing an athlete's total body explosiveness, ability to run faster, jump higher, throw further, increase change of direction efficiency and improve speed endurance. Training to be fast and explosive requires a high level of effort that is based on maximum focus and concentration. Therefore, Titus has a balanced approach of athletic assessment, evaluation, and planning that gives all athletes, at any level, in any sport, the chance to improve their performance.
Workout Model and Training Tips
Training methods for any athlete should focus on total body conditioning and follow a balanced long-term physical development approach. Properly designed workout programs should include components from all 5 Physical Qualities: 1) Mobility/Flexibility, 2) Strength, 3) Speed, 4) Agility, 5) Endurance.
Below are some selected exercises/movements that can be included in a balanced workout program for certain positions in football.
(Pictured: Titus Athlete - Pierce Ripanti, Caravel)
Athletes playing this position need to be mobile, have good strength, enhanced change of direction ability and speed/acceleration.
Some selected exercises may include: RDL (Romanian Dead Lift) for low body strength, Power Snatches for total body power and explosiveness, various plyometric jumps, sprints (varying distances) for speed and acceleration.
(Pictured: Titus Athlete - Troy Reeder, Salesianum)
Athletes playing this position need to be mobile, have strength, power, explosiveness, great footwork and the ability to accelerate quickly.
Some selected exercises may include: Squats for low body strength, Bench Press and Rows for upper body strength, Power Cleans for total body power and explosiveness, various forward/backward and lateral drills for change of direction ability, Short Sprints for first step quickness and acceleration.
(Pictured: Titus Athlete - Dutch Vanderhout, Newark)
Athletes playing this position need to have strength, explosiveness and the ability to accelerate quickly.
Some selected exercises may include: Split Squats and Lunges for low body strength and hip mobility, various pressing and pulling movements for upper body strength and shoulder stability, RDL Clean Pulls for total body strength and power, various cone drills and Short Sprints for first step quickness and acceleration.
This is only a small sample of programming choices for those athletes above. Balanced workout plans should be developed based on the specific needs of each sport and athlete. Proper athletic assessment can aid in a properly designed training program.
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