What sport do you play?

Our strength and conditioning coaches are also former high level athletes. They are not only experts in the strength and conditioning field but also are very knowledgeable in their respective sport. This allows the coach to get better results with the athletes.

In our coaching staff we have a former D1 Track Athlete, CFL Athlete, D1 Basketball Player, Team Canada Volleyball, and Semi-Professional Hockey

Player.

We cater to all sports.

Sport Specific Training is perfect for 1-on-1 training, small groups, or as a team.

Athletes go through the Matrix 3 stage development model which helps ensure improvements are made.

Stage 1- Evaluation

Athletes will be assessed and screened to identify movement restrictions and areas of potential injury. This helps the coach modify the athletes training accordingly. They will also be put through a series of tests to identify their baseline strength, power, and conditioning levels. These tests will be specific to the
sport. Athletes will be re-evaluated so that progress can be tracked.

Stage 2- Preparation

After the athletes have been evaluated it is time to physically prepare their bodies so that they can make big-time improvements. This stage will last anywhere between 3 to 4 weeks. The focus of this phase is to improve mobility restrictions, muscular dysfunctions, and build strength through simplistic movements. This stage is essentially developing the foundation so that BIG-TIME improvements can be made. You can not build a big beautiful building on a weak foundation.

Stage 3- Domination

After the athletes have been properly prepared they are ready to CRUSH IT. In the domination phase there is an increased training intensity and complexity of the exercises. This stage is where the athletes will really see a big increase in performance.

The 3 stage model is adapted based of your teams specific needs and schedule.

Please fill out the following form and we will have a Matrix representative contact you with additional information.

EVALUATE | PREPARE | DOMINATE