Whether you have your sights set on the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, or are a dedicated member of your local running club, you train hard.
Ensuring proper hydration is more than just drinking enough fluids... it is understanding both your body's physiologic response to poor hydration and the physiologic
Certain physiologic factors have been correlated with improved athletic performance.
Whether you are training for the Olympic Games or preparing to run your first marathon, maximizing your physical performance takes commitment. You’ve carefully structured your training plan, you’ve monitored your nutrition, and you have mentally prepared to reach your goals. Have you evaluated whether or not your body itself is equally prepared to meet the challenge? Would the best Formula One driver work to master his racing skills and then apply these skills in a vehicle not prepared to perfection?
At Performance Physiology, our job is to ensure you realize maximum benefit from your training effort and reach peak performance in competition. Our program has been developed based on experience with athletes who have together earned over 25 Olympic and 50 World and National Championship medals. Whether you represent an entire team and are taking your team to the next level, or you are an individual with a commitment to excellence in your sport, we will help you reach your goals.