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Blue Skies


We want multiple movement solutions to similar problems 


“No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man.”


Blue Skies

Before we ever offer a solution to the puzzle of improving  athlete performance, we must first identify the correct problem.

When assessing movement, consider not only the athlete’s body but also, the task & environment they perform in.

Knowing KPI’s (key performance indicators & inhibitors) & considering both content & context are crucial to this process 


Assess postures, shapes, rhythms, from multiple viewpoints & work on these to help improve speed


When SPEED training is viewed as skill acquisition, rather than a grind to exhaustion, small doses can be done more frequently.

The goal is get athletes to their most efficient & effective movement given their unique constraints 

"Really felt like the one on one training was tailored to my specific needs and weaknesses. Was given effective exercises (both within the sessions and outside of the sessions) to rehab tweaks and minor injuries.

100% got much faster.

All through working on the fine details of the biomechanics involved in a sprinting motion! Definitely prepared me for collegiate soccer."

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