Reactive Conditioning


Purpose

To train the nervous system to respond quickly. This will increase the ability to fire motor neurons more quickly. i.e. first step on an opponent.


Why We Do It

Reactive Conditioning:

  • Enhances motor learning via excitability, sensitivity and reactivity of the neuromuscular system.
  • Heightens or 'turn-on' the nervous system which improves neuromuscular effciency.

What We Do

We will prepare the athlete to become more efficient in a reactive demand. We will improve coordination, dynamic balance and reactive agility which will build a greater foundation for reactive training.