Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) Phase:
Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) has been proven to be the safest form of stretching before training and competition. AIS not only stretches the muscles and tissues, but prepares the muscles for the action by activating and warming them up. AIS has the great advantage of getting impressive results in flexibility and mobility in a very short amount of time. Most top trainers and coaches believe a failure to include AIS in regular training will sabotage the results of any training program
- Increased Joint Mobility & Muscle Flexibility
- Better Alignment & Posture
- Less Injuries from Training & Competition
- More Explosive Muscle Development
- Stronger Ligaments and Joints
- Assists in Conversion of Strength To Power
- Fascia Stretching
Movement & Prep Activation:
Integrating proper movement and activation exercises and drills into your training has been proven to produce serious benefits in both injury prevention and performance in athletes. With this technique, we're targeting the movements and muscles that are most important to sports and activate them through waking up the central nervous system and reinforcing the proper movement patterns. The routine use of a well designed movement and activation prep routine lays the internal hardwiring needed to boost athleticism in athletes of all levels and experience.
- Neuromuscular Programming: Hardwiring the body to naturally move fluid and athletically
- Develop natural athletic movement, produce fast twitch muscle activation and essential multi-directional core movement patterns that will instantly enhance overall athletic performance while easily harnessed into sport specific gains as well.
- Exercises designed for specific sports related flexibility that dramatically help in long term stability and health of your athletes.
- Excellent strength and conditioning that easily integrates into any practice or strength session that will also produce dramatic gains in both acceleration and deceleration in your athletes.
The lack of athletic literacy in children worldwide is an epidemic. Athletic Literacy is a basic capability to move athletically that leads to more confidence and ultimately more motivation, grit and toughness in athletes. Each athlete’s potential is unique but the pursuit to continually progress physically, emotionally and mentally through proper sports training is something everyone can do. Increasing one's athletic literacy creates a cycle where gains leading to an increase in overall athleticism and performance can be experienced by all. Top coaches understand the snowball effect created by increasing athletic literacy and leverage this to consistently level up all of their athletes.
This program is designed as the perfect supplement to any sports training that will spark interest, boost player development and lead to the confidence needed for young athletes to "fall in love" with the idea of practices and believing in the process of becoming better through sports.
The Ultimate 18 Video
We've shot these 18 exercises (along with bonus drills and exercises) demonstrating every exercise so it will be easy to understand and teach your athletes. You can even just show this short video to your athletes and they’ll have them mastered in a short time. Dr. Stover also included a complete follow along workout so you can see exactly how he uses this program with youth athletes.
It doesn’t matter how much experience you have working with athletes. Dr. Stover presents these exercises in a way that will allow anyone to teach this workout to their athletes in just one session, with NO experience necessary.
The Ultimate 18 PDF Manual
You'll receive a highly targeted manual with greater depth about the how this program works along with a sample journal and testing protocol.
Dr. Stover has designed a set of the most important exercises for measuring athletic strength, speed, agility, and conditioning. This short list of exercises can be tested from time to time to check for gains. When your athletes see their improvements they will get more excited to stick with the program and work to climb the ladder.
- Generate motivation and dedication
- Boost strength, speed, flexibility and conditioning like never before
- Inspire training consistency from the quick results and ease of use.
- Produce excitement around working out and your program. Your athletes will love how fun and engaging it is and even start to bring friends...
- Stop “burnout” and reduce the risk from over-training
- Boost confidence in all your athletes, laying the ultimate foundation to developing mental toughness in today’s athletes.
- Increase “buy-in” from athletes, coaches and parents, especially after seeing how easy the program is to customize to each athletes level
- Lead to rapid leaps in performance that will shock opposing coaches and competitors
- Automatically boost your athletes quickness, coordination, power and explosion.
- Build impressive strength gains designed to instinctively translate to sports performance and prevent injuries
F.A.S.T. Systems Nutrition Guide
Is a manual, containing the nutritional secrets to high-performance sports nutrition.
Designed to help young athletes, coaches and parents discover the ‘missing link’ between being a good athlete and being great. That’s not to say that every great athlete eats perfectly. Some are just gifted and could eat anything and still be great by virtue of other natural talents. But 90% of athletes aren’t coming close to their potential...
“When You Learn How To Eat Correctly for Sports Performance You Will Train Better And Play Better... You Are Trying To Build Your Body Into An Athletic Machine!”
Please remember that most young athletes are still growing. The nutritional demands that are placed on the body in this time of development demand increased attention to proper nutrition.
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F.A.S.T. Speed & Agility Games
If you’re a Coach or Trainer who works with youth athletes or a parent of youth athletes, you know how much they love to play. Kids learn through playing. That’s why kids love to play games. Games are an opportunity for coaches, trainers and parents to have your youth athletes improve their long-term athleticism to maximize sports potential.
It doesn’t matter if you have 6 year old little athletes, middle school or high school athletes... Games are the key to building complete athletes that are faster, quicker, and stronger for sports.
The key is to create the right types of games to improve sports performance while building teamwork. If you have your athletes play games that develop their overall athleticism after practice or workouts, they will actually get better at their sport!
Now don’t get me wrong, you just can’t have them play some random, non-effective game (think Duck - Duck - Goose). Instead, you need to have them play games that improve their speed, balance, coordination, quickness, power, strength, flexibility and cardio.
If you have the imagination or resources to come up with effective “athlete-specific” games to increase their athleticism, good for you!
But if you don’t have the background knowledge or creativity to come up with effective games, we have something for you...
The F.A.S.T Speed and Agility Games manual is a collection of 10 simple to learn games that focus on increasing overall athleticism in youth athletes. These 10 games are easy to set up and require very little equipment too.
You’ll have a blueprint of games that prepare your athletes to become better, stronger and faster.
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Your background is so interesting coming both from the athlete side and the coaching side at that elite level, it’s really phenomenal how you’ve made use of strategies and skills that you’ve learned as an athlete and then plugged them into your coaching and mentoring of young people. It’s cool!Dr. Caroline Silby Sports Psychology
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My big task for coaches is to be open-minded, and think about it. Ask questions. Question what you’ve learned, what you’ve been taught. And try to find different people, like you [Daryl Weber] in wrestling or really ANY coach that is doing great things with their athletes… asking those questions, ‘What are the top 10 mistakes that coaches can make?’. Those kinds of questions need to be asked or else we get stuck in our thinking.Joey Myers Co-Founder Hitting Performance Labs
Sounds like you’re doing great things. I’m grateful that you are.Sam Weinman Author of the book: “Win at Losing”
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