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Message us to learn more about how these principles of athleticism will help take your game to the next level. 


Power is the strength measured in the context of time. At Beehive Strong we measure your strength within different movements all in the context time to evolve your game into higher levels.

Example: you may be the strongest one in the weightroom but not  the fastest athlete on the field. There are a lot of variables that go into this, but applied power to maximize your game is crucial! 

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Speed is how fast you can move in specific direction. This is a very important consideration in each sport. Which direction is dominant? Are there more than one direction? How long is each movement typically within that direction? Let us teach you and create program for your needs.

Example: a track & field sprinter has one direction that they move, with very little environmental change each race. However, for a basketball player the measurements of the court may be the same each game but the environment is constantly changing and every movement is necessary, all with different demands. 

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Agility is the ability to comprehend a movement task and complete the task as fast as possible with the greatest accuracy as possible. Often in games spectacular plays are often made by the most athletic players because of this ability. How easily can you adapt to challenges presented in a game? How athletically can you accelerate, decelerate, or even change direction? How easily can you on the spot adapt to challenges in front of you?

Example: Running backs maybe some of the most gifted athletes with agility. Almost never is there path through the line clear and easy, but requires several split seconds decisions to move the ball forward. Another example would include shortstop baseball players. At times they are forced to make incredible catches and immediately turn the ball to first base to complete the play. There is a reason ESPN's Top 10 often highlights these mind blowing plays.

Don't be average, learn to move!

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