Athletes Performance Training
Strength and conditioning training is critical in determining an athlete’s level of performance. APT understands that the biggest key to achieving your daily life goals is the condition of your overall health, and thus we are continuously improving how athletes train, condition, and maintain the quality of their performance. We start our programs by studying the muscle groups and movements involved in that particular sport. Our team carries out extensive research, determining which workout routines will have the most success for our athletes, resulting in faster speed, quicker turns, and higher jumps. Our qualified staff, who are all exercise science and health promotion graduates, train you with our exclusive training methods. We also receive assistance from former and current professional athletes to ensure the effectiveness of our training plans. With an emphasis on proper technique and specialized equipment, you will quickly see the difference in the overall results produced at our gym.
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Athlete's Name *
First, Last
Your answer
D.O.B *
Date of birth
Your answer
Email
Your answer
Parents/Guardian Email *
Your answer
Phone #
Your answer
Parents Phone# *
Your answer
Sport *
Required
Position
Your answer
Height
Your answer
Weight
Your answer
School Attending *
Your answer
Club Team
Your answer
Athletic History
Describe any previous/current injuries or medical condition that might limit your physical performance. *
Your answer
How many times per week do you exercise? What kind of exercises do you perform? *
Your answer
What are your physical strengths and what exercises do you perform best?
Your answer
What are your physical weaknesses and what exercises do you find difficult or brings discomfort?
Your answer
Physical Ability
Fill in the number that most accurately reflect your current physical condition,1 being the weakest/slowest and 10 being the strongest/fastest.
Core Strength
abdominal, back, hip
Weak/Slow
Strong/Fast
Upper Body Strength
abdominal, back, hip
Weak/Slow
Strong/Fast
Long Distance Speed
(5-10 yards)
Weak/Slow
Strong/Fast
Short Distance Speed
(5-10 yards)
Weak/Slow
Strong/Fast
Explosiveness
first two steps
Weak/Slow
Strong/Fast
Acceleration
how fast do you to pick up speed - reach full speed
Weak/Slow
Strong/Fast
Agility
start, stop, turn, cut, jump, and pivot
Weak/Slow
Strong/Fast
Balance
Weak/Slow
Strong/Fast
Flexibility
Weak/Slow
Strong/Fast
What physical attributes do you want to develop the most during the training?
in order of importance
Your answer
Training Program *
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