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      • By Brent Wesolek, MS, CSCS, USA Triathlon level 1 Coach
      • Menomonie HS grad
      • Masters - UW-La Crosse Human Performance 1996
      • 12 years operating Acceleration programs
      • Compete in Nordic skiing, triathlon, cycling, and running.
      • Developed by John Frappier in 1986
      • Training technology adopted from former Soviet Union
      • Over 180 facilities world wide
      • 2007 - Athletic Republic
      • Strength Training
      • Plyometrics (jump training)
      • Treadmill running
      • Sport specific training and cord technology
      • Strength Evaluation
      • Assessment of single/double leg strength
      • Strength program
      • Develops agility and coordination
      • Develops and teaches how to use the stretch reflex mechanism.
      • Addresses proper jump mechanics that can minimize injury.
      • Functional stride length x stride frequency = Speed
      • Sprint mechanics
      • Anaerobic conditioning
      • Sports Motion Software
      • Nigg, and colleagues (1995) investigated studies that involved TM running vs. over-ground running
      • Conclusion: If the TM is large, rigid, and has a powerful motor (>2hp), there is no difference between TM and over-ground running.
      • Kram et al. (1998) investigated vertical and horizontal forces between TM running and over-ground running.
      • Conclusion: The force patterns from the TM and over-ground running overlay each other or are similar. Therefore, the only difference is lack of air resistance and visual stimulus.
      • Swanson et al. (2003) showed that running on the super treadmill at 30% grade at 10mph elicited 2 to 3 times the more muscle activity of the quads, glutes, and calves than running at the same SF at a level elevation.
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      • 2 programs
      • - 5 week (12 sessions half level)
      • - 10 week (22 sessions –full level)
      • Program includes
      • - pre/post assessment strength, flexibility & performance (pro agility, VJ & SLJ)
      • - 12 TM & 8 plyo sessions
      • - 10 weeks use of strength facility and program
      • Completed 2-3 sessions per week during off-season and 1-2 during in the in-season if appropriate.
      • Levels can be performed back to back.
      • Call (608) 743-2757 to schedule a tour or trial session