Our team has worked with 100’s (maybe 1000’s) of Contact Athletes.

From the World Class Player to the Amateur Weekend Warrior.

Here are the 6 things we wish we saw more of:

1. Plyometrics (Real ones. Not box jumps)

Most athletes’ lack spring.

Adding true plyometrics will build lighting speed and footwork.

*A “true” plyometric has a ground contact time <0.3s like pogo or hurdle jumps.

2. Aerobic Training

Violent vomiting after conditioning shouldn’t be the norm.

Hard doesn’t always mean good.

Spending time training the aerobic zone (~120-150bpm) will not only stop you gassing out but improve your ability to recover between sessions.

3. Neck Work

Neck training should be a requirement for contact athletes.
Concussions suck. Really suck.

You should be doing everything in your power to reduce the risk.

4. Top-end Speed Work

Speed training is gaining popularity.

That’s awesome.

However, don’t forget about top-end work. It will raise your ceiling.

5. Deliberate Practice

Be a PhD in your sport.

Technical and tactical knowledge is often neglected in the pursuit of athleticism.

It doesn’t matter how fast you are if you’re running in the wrong direction.

6. Holistic development

Take a step back occasionally.

It’s easy to get caught up with the 1% details of training, when you could be overlooking a missing piece.

Like poor mental strategies, lifestyle habits, or nutrition protocols.

Do you want to:

✅ Want to develop an explosive pace?⁣
✅ Build upper-body armour⁣?
✅ Have an unstoppable engine?⁣
✅ Develop lifestyle and nutritional habits like the pros?

We’re looking for a few more 𝐒𝐄𝐑𝐈𝐎𝐔𝐒 contact athletes to join our team.

Click here to apply.