Day 1 – Learn a wide range of both high–tech and low–tech processes to train vision in this course. From computer training programs to real–world unpredictable visual challenges, you will never again wonder how to best prepare your eyes for life and sport
Day 2 – Learn how to achieve amazing hypertrophy using a powerful low intensity exercise protocol
Day 3 – Learn unique strength and plyometric drills to enhance sprint speed, lateral speed, arm speed, leg speed, and more
Day 4 – If you've ever wondered how to use high-speed video analysis with your clients... the wait is over. Utilizing simple camera and software solutions, we are going to show you how to bring this technology into your work with every client to massively improve their movement skill in the shortest possible time
Not even great athletes perform well under pressure. Learn the secrets that let the pros make it look so easy.
The principles of carryover that explain why Bo Jackson never became a great baseball player. In most high-stakes arenas the difference between winning and losing is fractions of a second. Learn how to slow down time.
How you can significantly shortcut the 10,000 hour rule by the careful addition of these two elements.
The 3D nature of movement requires 3D movement analysis skills. Learn a little-known 3D movement analysis technique.
What is the limiting factor in speed development? It's probably not what you think. The 18 - yes, 18 - visual performance evaluations you need to be doing with every athlete.
It's not good enough to be strong. You have to be the right kind of strong for the task at hand. Learn the 6 facets of strength.
How Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle is dictating your behavior on the field.
Why the CHAOS theory of training isn't chaotic at all. How to use the CHAOS theory to create useful training progressions for yourself and your clients.
Why when you limit your training to just working with speed constants you are only fighting half the battle. The little known secret of speed variables will send you sailing past your competition.
Going too fast is just as dangerous as going too slow. At the end of the day, faster is not necessarily better - only better is better.
How applying the principles from the OODA loop, a military strategy theory, will allow you to speed up the game and leave your opponents playing catch-up.
In the age of smartphones, videotaping your client's performance is smart business. How to use video analysis software for faster performance breakthroughs.
Go home with a Speed Camp template that will boost your bottom line.
"In my 20 years of training, I have never encountered anything that literally changes lives as much as Z-Health"- Nathan Baxter