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Enhancing Athletic Performance While Decreasing Risk Of Injury
Our team of sports performance professionals focuses on enhancing athletic performance on the field while decreasing the risk of injury. Our integrated functional approach allows us to implement performance plans to our athletes with the goal of achieving the highest levels of performance.
We use sports science with our performance training programs for our athletes to help eliminate over-training and achieve optimal results.
Our state-of-the-art technology, Optogait, is an innovative system used for movement analysis and functional assessment.
This program creates a true synergy between physical therapy and sports performance, thus ensuring advanced performance training, exceptional communication, and education, all of which will lead to superior results for the athlete. Contact Us to learn more.
Enhancing Athletic Performance - Athletes We've Worked With
"For years I have chosen Kinetic Sports Performance because of its staff and their ability to create personalized workouts involving strength and agility."
- Sara Oswald, Lafayette Women's Soccer
"I am a 25 year old Professional basketball player in Europe. I have out for a few months due to some overuse injuries and muscular imbalances. I chose Kinetic Sports Performance because I was looking for the specialized knowledge to get back and better than ever as fast as possible. The Sports Performance coach Luke works with physical therapists making my comeback season even more effective. We mostly work on power, strength, balance, flexibility, speed, conditioning, and sport specific agility. I am extremely grateful to be apart of Kinetic Sports Performance. They are exactly what I needed to get my game to the next level."
- Mia Hopkins, Professional Basketball player overseas
"I chose Kinetic Sports Performance because of an injury that had me doubtful of my running career. I went through therapy and then transferred to sports performance and it has taught me so much about how important strength is for runners. I highly recommend to anyone trying to advance their strength and stability and become an overall better person."
- Aiden Barnhill Cross Country and Track Downingtown West
"I go to Kinetic Sports Performance so I can become a more advanced athlete. I've played high level soccer all my life and I really needed to get stronger and more athletic before I advance into the college level. I really like how Kinetic focuses only on what I need and it's personalized specifically to my necessities and my weaknesses. I'm confident that Kinetic has helped me and will continue to help me throughout the rest of my athletic career."
Julianna Bell, Pennfusion Development Academy and University of Delaware Women's Soccer commit
After suffering an injury, I went to Kinetic to work past my setback and I love every minute of it. I got stronger not just physically, but mentally as well."
- Madelyn Galbus, ECNL PennFusion and UNC Women's Soccer Commit.
Kinetic Sports Performance Blog
Adults and kids can benefit from sports and other physical activities, but doing so without supervision can lead to over-exertion, fatigue, concussions, and even muscle and ligament injuries. In children and teenagers, this could trigger a downright fear of sports as they will learn to associate sports with pain. This is why it’s crucial to…Read More
Pain comes as an added feature in every athlete’s life. Whether it is pain from a sporting injury or a chronically painful body part, there is no way to escape the toll that rigorous physical activity has on the body. A majority of athletes suffer from back and joint pains at some point in their…Read More
The most frequent sports-related injury is an ankle sprain. Proper training for ankle stability is advisable to avoid injuries. The ankle and the muscles around it are heavily taxed during each of the sport-specific actions of an athlete. It would be better to strengthen the lower leg and ankle. The region can then withstand…Read More
When it comes to most sports, the question is not “if” you get injured, but “when”. Accidents happen, mistakes can be made, and chances are that something will happen during training. As such, almost all sports take preventative measures to reduce the risk of injury by either building up strength and endurance so as minimmize…Read More
Just saying the word concussion at a sporting event or during a preseason practice can be intimidating and can even scare off potential athletes or parents who are looking to get their athlete more involved. A concussion, even though it needs to be taken seriously, is common in sports and the more that we research…Read More
COVID and quarantining have taken a toll on everyone in many different ways this year. Many adults have had to make their homes into workspaces and classrooms for their children all at the same time. Not only can this lead to stress and chaos for all party’s involved but it can also take a toll…Read More
It is no secret that Americans have been sedentary and are progressively moving less and less as technology advances. COVID has accelerated the rate at which Americans are sitting still by cooping everyone up in their homes for months on end. It is also no secret that the more sedentary a person is the higher…Read More
This will be a holiday season unlike any other any of us have witnessed. The threat of COVID infection is rising as the weather cools and it also happens to be flu season. Between these two viruses, many are questioning how they can stay safe traveling to see loved ones this year or if they…Read More
A plyometric exercise is any movement that incorporates the stretch-shortening cycle (SSC) to increase power output (Cambridge Dictionary, 2020). The SSC has three general phases: eccentric (downward motion/force absorption), amortization (short pause between eccentric and concentric), and concentric (upward/force production). Some form of plyometrics should be a major part of any strength and conditioning program…Read More