Athletic Screenings
Teams, Groups, Individuals

TPMT offers Athletic Screenings to help you

perform to your fullest potential in sports.

The team at TPMT have worked with several Colorado Ski and Soccer teams to screen their athletes to set up individual or group training programs.  

 

We are able to tailor these screenings to any sport.

 

What this looks like for a team: scheduling athletes approximately 10-15 minutes apart, we can test and assess large groups fairly efficiently.  Tests include fundamentals such as full squat potential, standing forward reach and tri-planar activities, as well as PRI table testing to determine patterns, positions and compensations. 

Follow up programs are designed and grouped by athlete patterns, as well as levels for each athlete to work at her/his best ability. Team programing, whether for warm-up/cool down activities, weight room tips, or full workout programs can be developed. Ideally some form of complimentary coach instruction or inservice for implementation occurs for best overall team outcomes.

What this looks like for an Individual Athlete: Scheduling for approximately 20-30 minutes, TPMT will use the same format as for teams, but your program will be tailored to your specific sport requirements and performance goals. Follow up programing for warm-up/cool down, training tips, or full hour personal training workouts are available with Yoshi Mitsuyama MS, ATC/L, PRT

3 Requirements for Proper Performance

1. Optimize Movement by

Checking Alignment 

      We use a variety of tests to measure range of motion (ROM) of the joints in your body. We look at the obvious ones involved in your sport, and many others, so we know how they all work together. Irregularities in ROM can prevent you from getting into optimal positions for executing movements properly, leading to compensations in athletic performance. These compensations, often combined with heavy weights and/or high training volume will lead to injuries. 

Let us help you avoid that with highly effective and efficient programs!

 2. Movement Variability

     How much freedom do you have in that ROM for the muscles or joints to move? If you do not have full ROM, or narrow variability, you alter the biomechanics at that joint, as well as many others up and down your body. Compensations occur and alter how you move physically and adapt neurologically. As you get wider degrees of movement variability, you are better able to adapt to your athletic and environmental demands resulting in improved athletic performance.

3. Build Resiliency

    This is the ability to tolerate wear, pressure or damage while simultaneously being able to manage recovery and maintenance.  Imagine you can play sports, year after year without pain, with reduced chance of injury and at skill levels that leverage your natural talent beyond your current expectations.

 

When you are aligned and have movement variability with resiliency, nothing will get in the way of reaching your full potential!