In-Tech High Performance Training Athlete Packages

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From off-season or in-season hockey development programs to sports specific high performance training packages, if you’re an elite sports player looking to train in the Greater Toronto Area, you’ll be sure to find an athlete package that fits your needs here at In-Tech.

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High Performance Hockey Off-Season

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High Performance Hockey In-Season

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Sports Specific High Performance Training

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Youth Team Training

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In-Tech athletes optimized their bodies for this phase. Although core exercises will persist, more advanced exercises will increase as long as core stabilization is preserved with focus not just of strength but strength with speed.  Isolation will progress to total body multiple joint, multiple angle motions with progressive overload of Fundamental Sport motions. Metabolic training also increases in this phase, with sprints mixed with plyometrics and power lifting.

Stability of the spine, shoulder, and hip is the base for which all motion comes from. This is the foundation of all training and sport motion. Is it here that the muscles hold and position joints in order to force maximum production. Prior to motion overload, it is essential that the proximal joints and spine can hold alignment of these muscles that are working the extremities. This control is then expanded to more distal segments of the limbs as the proximal joints are balanced with increasing load. There is a fair amount of overlap into the next phase.

In-Tech athletes optimize their bodies for this phase. Although core exercises will persist, more advanced exercises will increase as long as core stabilization is preserved with focus not just of strength but strength with speed. Isolation will progress to total body multiple joint and multiple angle motions, with progressive overload of Fundamental Sport motions. Metabolic training also increases in this phase, with sprints mixed with plyometrics and power lifting.

To bridge the gap between off- and on-ice, the final stage is Flow Hierarchy Periodization with specific hockey motion overloads that are ballistic in nature to prepare for the fast approaching season. This phase is commutation of effort looking to carry over early efforts. Ice time may increase for some. Metabolic training is specific as circuits serve hockey specific metabolic needs as well.