NEUROFOOTWORK & STRENGTH METHOD (off court)

We solve the following problems:

  • Less recovery time between points

  • Less steps on court to get to the ball

  • Less practice needed

  • Less tension on shots

  • Less unforced errors because improved footwork position

  • Less stiffness on shots

  • Less energy spent on running around

  • Less training time

  • Less money on lessons

This training along the body axes with our coordination devices automates the movement sequences. The body only learns to control the muscles that are needed for the particular movement required. This muscle training concept focuses on the stabilization, coordination and strengthening of the entire posture and musculoskeletal system from head to toe by means of training geared towards movement coordination. The better the interaction of all muscles with each other, the more effective and confident our movements will be.

The speed of action and the frequency of movement are increased and the postural apparatus stabilized to protect the joints. Skills that are fundamentally important in sport. Just trying to compensate for this through unsystematic strength training is not enough. This requires demanding muscle training in terms of coordination. "Intelligent" muscle training is not only oriented towards muscle growth, but also develops all components that have an influence on muscle performance. The interplay between nerves and muscles is particularly noteworthy here.

Therefore: muscle class comes before muscle mass.

The more sensory movement information that is recorded and stored, the safer the movement responses and the finer and more economical our movements. By means of special proprioceptive-coordinative exercise forms, muscular self-regulation and motor control are also improved. The maximum performance depends on how we manage to bring the performance components strength, speed, agility and endurance in relation to one another, depending on the situation, in such a way that they enable optimal performance in total at the time of the requirement. By training with our coordination devices, we achieve the dynamic stability and effectiveness that are required to optimize performance.

Experience has shown that selected proprioceptive coordination exercises immediately before the competition increase the speed of action and alertness right from the start. Just two training units per week lead to a noticeable improvement in coordinative skills and can prevent injuries.