Welcome back to our 21st-Century Athlete series! So far we’ve learned that stronger athletes are faster athletes, we’ve shared the best way to develop explosive power, and we’ve shown the best method for enhancing fast-twitch muscle fiber expression.
From there we’ve covered why ARX is the safest way to train an athlete, how ARX saves athletes and their trainers hours each week, and why ARX is the best way to quantify an athlete’s training performance.
But we’re not done yet. Read on for the final installment of our series…
You’d Better Stay Ahead of the Competition
What happens when the competition gets some ARX into their training room?
What happens when they show up next season with more explosive players who aren’t getting hurt like your team is, who can precisely track their progress and have extra hours each week to spend studying film, recovering, and practicing drills with the coaches?
What will you do then?
And that’s just next season. Imagine how these competitive advantages compound over time as the other team accumulates greater strength and power gains month-in and month-out, accumulates more and more hours of film study and drills compared to your team, all while your injuries accumulate and they become more resistant to injury over time.
An athlete needs a strength & conditioning program and a regimen of skill-specific practice of their sport.
While you’ll need a whole separate program to practice and refine the specific skills of your sport, ARX is the best tool available for administering an athlete’s strength & conditioning program.
ARX Is Necessary to Compete In The Future
We’ve covered a lot of ground in this series. If you’ve read our other blogs in this series, you are now in a position to understand how obviously necessary ARX is to the future of your team and your players.
ARX’s adaptive resistance allows for greater muscle fiber recruitment, greater enhancement of explosiveness and power, and greater enhancement of maximum strength level than any other tool available for this purpose.
ARX’s adaptive resistance offers all these advantages while involving a lower risk of training injury (and producing greater ongoing resistance to injury) than any other tool available for this purpose.
ARX’s adaptive resistance offers all these advantages while requiring a small fraction of the time commitment of any other tool available for this purpose.
ARX’s adaptive resistance offers all these advantages while simultaneously providing greater quantification than any other tool available for this purpose.
ARX is better and it’s not close.
It’s hard to quantify things that don’t happen.
But when a team or an individual athlete begins using ARX for their strength & conditioning, imagine all the injuries they’re now not getting.
Imagine all the hours that are now not being wasted.
Imagine all the time/confusion now not involved in analyzing data and determining progress or the lack thereof.
And imagine the accumulating competitive advantage this team or idividual now has over others who are still using dangerous, inefficient, hard-to-quantify tools for their strength & conditioning programs.
ARX for the 21st-Century Athlete
It’s been my pleasure to produce this seven-part deep dive into the aspects of ARX technology that make it the superior choice for strength and conditioning coaches everywhere.
The future belongs to those who can use discernment to identify and make use of technological innovation to offer a better result for themselves and for their athletes.
ARX is the future of strength & conditioning.
And the future has arrived.