Motor training is for all athletes – both professional and amateur, regardless of age and discipline..
what is it?
Motor training aims to improve the player/patient’s health and physical fitness. It provides the basis for safe training in a given sport discipline, and helps to achieve better results. Working with a player/patient, the motor trainer focuses on improving such features as: speed, strength, agility, flexibility, jumping, coordination, and stability, so that such training directly translates into benefits.
Motor training is also an integral part of the rehabilitation process, being one of its last stages before returning to full health.
Motor training is necessary in every sport, regardless of the athlete’s age and level of advancement.
What are the benefits of motor training?
- Reducing the risk of strain injuries
- Improving general and discipline-specific fitness
- Improving sports performance