DTS provides a holistic approach to athletes offering off-season and in-season training packages encompassing training, nutrition, and recovery to residential or non-residential athletes.
OFF-SEASON RESIDENTIAL TRAINING
Our off-season training begins with a thorough fitness assessment, utilizing exclusive sports science technology found at DTS. Using a variety of testing modalities allows Jon to design an individualized training program prescribed to correct biomechanical deficiencies and to optimize relevant athletic needs. Individual programs are 3-5 weeks per phase consisting of 3-5 workouts per week. Athletes are always reassessed after each phase to focus on the training continuum having every athlete ready for the season, Healthier. Stronger. Faster.
Off Season training may include the following based upon your assessment:
- Energy System Development
- Velocity Based Training
- First step quickness
- Linear and Lateral speed
- Vertical Jump
- Soft Tissue Therapy
- Fascial Stretching
- Manual Stretching
- Nutritional guidance
- Professional brand supplement protocols
- Blood Chemistry analysis
- Saliva analysis
- Stress testing
- Sleep disorder testing
- Bodyfat testing
- Weight Management (increasing or decreasing body mass)
- Food delivery
In – Season Training
Consists of 2-4 week training phases composed of 2-3 personalized workouts or stretching sessions, designed to maintain strength, power and prevent injuries. During every training session, we can monitor an athletes level of preparedness through our technology and make real-time training adjustments based on fatigue from practices and games. This approach has kept athletes injury free and helped them recover faster than their teammates to be game ready.
OFF-SEASON NON-RESIDENTIAL TRAINING
Although training at DTS is ideal we understand that sometimes it may not be logistically feasible, so we created our Non-Residential Training allowing the athlete to utilize our system. Athletes are required to test at DTS, from there a program will be written in phases, based upon how many days and weeks an athlete is willing to train. Followed up with education on how to read the training plan and execute the exercises via video library access.