The best way to become a better field hockey player isn’t by just playing more field hockey – it’s by improving your overall athleticism. Shoot harder, reach the ball faster, and accelerate your game into high gear with Advanced Athletes Performance ( AAP ). Whether you’re an International player preparing for your senior season, or a middle school player trying to make the club team, Advanced Athletes Performance (AAP) can help you meet your goals. Our one-of-a-kind programs, bolstered by our certified coaches, and elite curriculum, help field hockey players become faster, stronger, and more explosive. The result? Superstar performance from any position on the field.
Get faster, stronger, and more explosive on the field.
Advanced Athletes Performance (AAP) training is designed to help you:
Cover More of the Field Faster
The difference between good and great on the field? Speed. Proper movement techniques – the kind that can improve your dash to the net- determine who is first to the ball. Advanced Athletes Performance (AAP) raining can give you a quicker first step, letting you cover more of the field faster.
What does it take to score consistently? Opportunity, ball control, and power. Advanced Athletes Performance (AAP) coaches use innovative techniques to help you increase your balance, stability, and range of motion. By emphasizing movement and function rather than the development of specific muscle groups, we’ll help you shoot farther, faster, and harder for explosive performance on the field.
Improve Ball Handling Skills
Coordination and balance are essential to ball control. Advanced Athletes Performance (AAP) coaches teach movement techniques and field hockey specific movement patterns to help you move better both on and off the ball.
Reduce the Likelihood of Injury
You can’t play the game if you’re sitting on the bench. We’ll help you stay in play with improved flexibility and balance. Reduce the likelihood of injury with Advanced Athletes Performance (AAP) “Prehabilitation,” a specialized program that helps decrease the incidence of acute and overuse injuries.