Our READY > PREPARE > PERFORM™ philosophy ensures a fluid transition from the functional training environment to the performance and competitive arena. Athletes enhance the physical and mental traits necessary to get and stay in the zone. This is more than just “getting bigger, faster, stronger, etc.” – we promote opportunities to improve the skills necessary to be excellent in a particular sport or field of athletic endeavor.
Our model for success can be broken down into three distinct yet integrated segments: READY>PREPARE>PERFORM™.
Each stage builds a foundation for the next, allowing you to realize optimal return from all forms of training.
READY > is the development of your raw athletic traits and abilities. For example… your skill to sprint at the max of your potential is influenced by many things: genetics, muscular capacity, technique, nutrition, etc. We address all variables to optimize your return on investment and help you optimize your skill of sprinting (in this case). This applies across the board for all necessary functional skills.
PREPARE > is learning and then mastering the tactics and strategies specific to your sport or high performance endeavor. We commonly refer to these areas as the “hard skills” – because they must be hard and in place to perform and compete on any level. Examples of these “hard skills” are: tackling a ball carrier, shooting a lacrosse ball, hitting a baseball, throwing a discus, delivering a roundhouse kick, etc. Furthermore, being prepared covers when to use such skills in real-time action.
PERFORM > is when you bring it all together, get into the zone and put your hard work on display for the world to witness. Athletes who perform to their potential are fluid and conditioned; their movements seem effortless and they are completely engaged.
At ZoneReady, we optimize the READY>
segments throughout any and all phases of the year – off-season, pre-season, in-season, and post-season. This allows coaches, instructors, cadre, etc. to focus on preparing the “hard skills” because they trust the athlete is physically and mentally ready to learn. Athletes who have more focused and efficient PREPARE> segments end up performing better. The ability to let the PERFORM> segments happen is what every high performer wants. This is what “being in the zone” is all about…
Want to trust your training and just let go when it’s “Go-Time?” – then you’re in the right place. Find out more about our services and products to get ZoneReady