USA Rugby Teams Up With State Of The Art Sports Performance Center
Monday Apr 30, 2007 in USA USA
USA Rugby has announced a partnership that makes Impact Sports Performance the National Team’s High Performance Training Center.
Impact Sports Performance is Colorado’s premier sports training facility. With experienced staff, a state-of-the-art facility, and evidence and research-based rehabilitation, Impact Sports Performance will help USA Rugby athletes reach the next level of competition. Its customized, sport-specific programs offer the cutting edge in athletic performance enhancement with an emphasis on injury prevention.
The partnership between USA Rugby and Impact Sports Performance includes complimentary memberships for all USA Rugby National Team Players and a 20 percent discount on all regularly priced performance training programs for USA Rugby members.
“Impact Sports is a tremendous high performance training center, truly state of the art,” USA Rugby’s V.P. of Business Development David Voth said. “The availability of the industries top people to support the efforts of our National Team Players and Coaches is a training advantage we needed to pursue. We are extremely excited that this partnership has reached fruition.”
At Impact Sports, the comprehensive training methods are designed to provide optimal speed, movement, explosion, balance, power, functional strength, core stability and recovery. Along with its proven techniques, the professionals at Impact are also committed to evaluating and developing new training and treatment methods ensuring that you are getting the best program. Combine this with its outstanding rehabilitation outcomes and Impact Sports Performance is in a class of its own.
“USA Rugby is a first class organization and we are extremely proud to partner with them especially during a World Cup year. We are excited to begin this great relationship and we plan to provide their athletes and entire organization with the best in high performance training that incorporates fitness, performance and rehabilitation,” Jamie Heiner, Director of Sports Performance at Impact Sports said.
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