The CAPPT system is built on the 6‐Rs: Restore, Reprogram, Rebuild, Recover, Repeat, and Rehabilitate as needed. Our individualized approach is built on maximizing athletic performance while minimizing the risk of injury. No two people are the same and therefore no two people should be trained the same.
Restoring optimal biomechanical alignment is crucial in achieving peak performance. This begins with a baseline assessment that measures the athlete’s physical and mental qualities, allowing us to create their individual development profile (IDP). Each IDP allows us to create a specific plan of action to facilitate each athlete’s development by correcting identified mental and physical deficits.
Reprogramming movement patterns begins with the concept of specificity. Specificity of activity is perhaps the most influential component in achieving peak performance, which is why we teach motor skills in the context that has the highest transfer to an individual’s specific sport.
Rebuilding an athlete on a strong foundation that has been restored and reprogrammed is where we can raise everyone’s potential ceiling. Consistency of strength, power, and speed stressors using plyometric training, medicine ball training, full speed movement skill training, and resistance training at efforts of 95% or greater drives peak performance to new heights.
Recovery is a cornerstone of athletic performance and injury prevention, making it an integral part of the CAPPT system. Each athlete has an individualized corrective exercise program to facilitate the recovery process, manage workload appropriately, and never reach the stage of overtraining, exhaustion, or burnout.
Repeating the process is game planning the optimal frequency of training in which the athlete can make the most efficient gains. This is based on the individual’s goals, needs, workload, and upcoming athletic schedule.
Rehabilitation is not something we inherently plan for our athletes. However, injuries are part of athletics and as such we work hand in hand with our elite physical therapy department to facilitate and expedite the healing process if an injury does occur. Having a highly-qualified staff of performance coaches and physical therapists that work in the same facility streamlines the healing process.
The CAPPT system simultaneously implements each of the Rs in varying degrees during each session based on the individual’s IDP. The nature of this continuum allows our coaches the freedom to cater to the needs of the individual always, optimizing athletic performance and minimizing risk of injury.