Extreme Sports Performance Podcast
About This Show
Show Info: Extreme Sports Performance was founded by Ryan Blake in 2008 and is based in the UK. After spending all of our lives playing, competing and coaching school, county, national and international sport, we have followed a continuing education, pathway and profession in top end sport, health and wellness. We believe that there are many talented and aspiring athletes, of all ages in all sports, that do not have the appropriate guidance or receive the appropriate advice to help them move forward and excel but also understand why and how they can get better. Simple to advanced sport and exercise science, in combination with appropriate medical support, makes the difference that people need to help them succeed and improve their performance in sport. Our methods and approaches don’t just apply to athletes. We also specialise in working closely with general populations to help and guide them to a better, healthier and more comfortable life. We are a consultancy offering mobile in-person and online support to all nationwide. Services include: Elite sport science team and academy support | Corporate workplace consultancy | Professional strength & conditioning coaching | Olympic weightlifting technique | Powerlifting development | Sport specific enhancement | Movement screening, physical competency assessment and fitness testing | Kinathropometric profiling | Mobile gym | Young athlete fundamentals | School, college & university sport program support | Injury reduction training | Rehabilitation support | Corrective exercise | Mobile sports massage therapy | Health & wellness support | Fitness for life | Weight management | Body transformation | Special population expertise | Easily accessible & downloadable online programs, plans, charts & maps. Clients we currently and have previously worked with include: St Paul’s School, Strength & Conditioning Education, British Cycling, ECB, LTA, Badminton England, RFU, British Water Ski & Wakeboard plus multiple independent elite athletes.