Summit NJ Freshman of Lehigh learns how to correct pain and improve in Lacrosse

Most athletes are gifted enough to survive their coaches training - HWN steps in to correct posture related aches to raise athletic potential When I see the programs that students are placed on for their sport, I'm appauled by how little coaches know about the human body, order of progression, rest, sleep/wake cycles, food, nutrition, and function (to name a few).  Let's start with the one-size-fits-all training program.  Athelets in specific positions must train differently than in other positions.  When you hand the same program off to all your athletes, you get good results with some players, injuries with some, and regress with others.  Why not improve all althetes on your team by following the general rules of physiology. 

  1. Correct structure imbalances (loosen tight muscles, and tighten loose muscles).
  2. Work towards increased range of motion in joints that are lacking.
  3. Integrate movement patterns that match that of the athletes position in their sport.

Dragging a sled accross a parking lot with attrocious form (head down, rounded spine, hiper ventilating, and improper footwear can only lead to problems.  Where in any sport is an athlete dragging something or someone behind them for 40 yards? Now Serving Chatham, Madison, Morristown, Summit, Short Hills, Millburn, Springfield, New Providence, Florham Park, Woodland Park, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Convent Station, Livingston, Maplewood, and various parts of Union, Morris and Essex County, NJ (New Jersey). We have personal trainers that suit every need.