5 Components to Athletic Development
July 9, 2012
by Stephen R. Santangelo
Strength, Endurance, Speed, Mobility & Flexibility.
Strength is the ability to apply maximum force under resistance.
Endurance is the ability to train or perform under an extended time period with optimum results.
Speed is the ability to execute the greatest amount of movement from point A to point B, flawlessly, in the quickest amount of time.
Mobility is the ability to apply a range of motion without interruption of specific flowing movements.
Flexibility is the ability for any muscle to extend and contract without fear of injury or interference with movement skills.
All 5 components of athletic development are fully expressed in all of Primal’s training routines.