Without true inner-unit core stability to the pelvis and lumbar spine, any forces or movements created by the body will be compromised, causing poor performance and increased risk of injury. It's next to impossible for an athlete to generate power when they are off-balance or unstable. Finding the best body positions for performance, then reinforcing those positions with intrinsic stability, will improve an athlete's performance outcomes.
Human movement can be initiated and performed in a variety of ways. Quality movement is a programmed strategy that can be disrupted due to injury, poor training habits, or misguided coaching. Athletes should always be taught to move with balance, power and efficiency. Coaches and trainers should be prepared to educate their athletes about the best movement strategies for their sports, and their health. These strategies should minimize accessory movement, energy leakage and wasted effort, by employing proper counter-stabilization efforts and activating the most effective muscles in the appropriate firing sequence.
Customizable to suit any athlete's schedule, the S.C.A.R. series is a progressive 3-tier process that mirrors the coaches certification curriculum:
LEVEL I - Introduction to Body Position, Core Stability and Movement
To schedule a SPORTCORE certification clinic, book an athlete assessment, or for more detailed information:
After more than 20 years of developing and perfecting this system,
SPORTCORE PERFORMANCE is focused on turning good technical coaches into human movement and athleticism specialists.
The SPORTCORE CERTIFICATION is 3-tier process that gives coaches and trainers a practical and affordable knowledge base in the area of movement and athleticism. Each tier of the certification process involves both theory and practical components, teaching techniques and strategies that participants can implement with their athletes immediately.
Each level of certification involves a 3-hour, hands-on clinic where coaches and trainers will be taught to see and feel the difference between efficient and inefficient athletic movement.
Athletes expect their coaches to help them be their best. A high-level coach or trainer must understand human movement and athleticism. By teaching proper body position, core stability and movement strategy, coaches and trainers can optimize athletic power and performance, while reducing injury to their athletes.