Welcome to Elite Training‚Äč

with Holistic Motion PT

A Strength and Conditioning Coach facilitates the strength and conditioning training of athletes. Assisting with the development of exercise routines and nutritional intake, exercise supervision, tracking athlete progress and adjusting exercise plans accordingly, the Strength and Conditioning Coach both designs and implements full-scale fitness programs.

Personal trainers work  with individuals, while strength and conditioning specialists work with athletes. Both are required to have in-depth knowledge about exercise instruction, program development, anatomy and nutrition, and both have the ability to change people's lives for the better.

Strength and conditioning coaches have two primary goals. The first is to improve athletic performance, which usually means improving athletes' speed, strength,and power (although specifics vary according to athlete and sport). ... The second primary goal is to reduce athletic injuries.

Injury prevention is one of the most important reason to follow a strength and conditioning program. Adhering to a well-designed program will strengthen muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints, which will lead to fewer injuries. A good program will also address flexibility and strength deficits, which decreases injury.

Our trainer Nathaniel is currently qualified in Fundamentals Training in Level 4 Strength and Conditioning, and is about to undertake the full Level 4 qualification to become a Strength and Conditioning Coach. 

Please contact us if you are, or will be, interested in Elite Coaching now or in the future for us to chat about your needs and requirements by completing the contact form below, or call us on 07525 839 723.


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