Performance Enhancement

A Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES) is trained to fully understand how the human body moves and performs. Harry Mitterbauer holds this advanced degree as a PES and specializes in the assessment of the kinetic chain, human movement science and integrated training principles. Human movement science involves knowledge of functional anatomy, functional biomechanics and motor control learning.

Through this advanced degree, Mr. Mitterbauer specializes in helping athletes and weekend warriors achieve remarkable results. Through sport specific program design, the goal may be to increase balance, core strength and joint stability. However, performance enhancement training can incorporate a wide variety of factors. If your sport requires increased agility and speed, your program will be designed to increase these functions. If your sport requires power and strength, we structure your training to focus on these areas. It is also important to realize that performance enhancement training is not limited to athletes. It can be applied to anyone wishing to perform better.

In an increasingly competitive professional environment, with the added pressure of media attention, athletes have to perform at a very high level and still avoid injury. To help them succeed, the advanced techniques of performance enhancement will allow Mr. Mitterbauer to create highly individualized integrated programs that enrich training and enhance performance.

As a PES, there is special consideration paid to the upper extremity, lumbo-pelvic hip and lower extremity postural distortion syndrome. The PES is trained and educated on the proper techniques to address these issues.

KEY COMPONENTS OF PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT

  • Integrated training
  • Human movement science
  • Postural considerations
  • Performance profile
  • Flexibility training
  • Core stabilization training
  • Balance training
  • Reactive training
  • Speed, agility and quickness training
  • Strength training
  • Sports Nutrition