- Athletes who have struggled with lower body dysfunction that has limited their athletic potential.
- Athletes who suffer from frequent lower body injury and can’t seem to find a solution.
- Athletes who are looking to return to performance or prevent injury/ dysfunction in the future.
Lower Body Capacity: Knee, is a 3 stage rehabilitative system designed to be executed either solo or in conjunction with your current strength and conditioning program.
Each stage involves 3 exercise sessions per week, each consisting of 6 exercises. Each exercise session will only take 20 minutes to complete only requires bodyweight, bands, and a light weight.
Lower Body Capacity is designed with a focus on four pillars:
1: Glute Strength and Pelvic Positioning
2: Hamstring and Quad Strength
3: Lower Body Control
4: Deceleration Capacity
Each stage of Lower Body Capacity: Knee consists of a 5 weeks capacity development rehabilitation plan providing you with the foundation necessary to execute in the weight room and on the court.
So, how does each stage work?
Knee Stage 1: Primary focus on developing capacity in bilateral movement patterns to help support strength development and control of the lower body.
Knee Stage 2: A heavier focus on unilateral strength and stability in order to challenge motor programming as capacity is developed in key areas.
Knee Stage 3: Most challenging in both strength and neurological demand, solidifying a reduction in injury potential and a return to performance.
Best practice involves beginning at Stage 1 and progressing through to Stage 3. Each Stage of Lower Body Capacity: Knee increases in neurological demand, physiological load and exercise complexity.
- Improved lower body control and motor programming
- Strength gains at the hip, knee and ankle
- A continued focus on rehabilitative exercise will assist you in return to performance
- The foundation necessary to reduce the likelihood of injury in the future