Steps to Correct imbalances
Step 1: Auki Evaluation
An Auki evaluation is how we will find your imbalances. By measuring you joint lengths, figuring out every range of motion, and testing all your muscles we can determine all your imbalances and the best path to correcting them. This evaluation is about an hour long and this our Athlcare Trainer.
Step 2: Cycle Plan
Following your evaluation we will create you a cycle plan. We call it a cycle plan because your body actually goes through cycles while training. We call this cycle the exercise/adaption cycle. Through the cycle your body will go through different physiological changes that impact your recovery and performance. By working with this cycle we can optimize performance through proper training and recovery. Most people’s training cycle is four weeks long which is how we will first design your cycle plan. Your cycle plan will tell you what recovery and training to do according to the results of your evaluation.
Step 3: Training
Correcting imbalances is more than just getting the training done. You have to be doing the exercises correctly to really achieve the gains you want. We recommend training with one of our Athlecare Trainers at least twice during a cycle to make sure you are using correct form, doing the exercises correctly, and to make any necessary adjustments.
Step 4: Performance
Every cycle we will retest your imbalances to check for progression. Within 1 or 2 cycles you should see your imbalances corrected. From here you will move toward the performance side of training under the BOM method. We will continue to measure your progress through performance markers and improve your performance through the BOM method which included plyometric training, proprioceptive training, stability training, neuromuscular training, and power/endurance training.