Athletic Performance Training
- AquaLogix enhances athletic performance training, it is essential to train the key muscle strength and joint actions that effect sports specific movement.
- Aqualogix promotes system dynamics that navigates you to the essential means towards dramatic improvement in Speed , Quickness , Grace , Power, and Sports Specific Skills.
- The athletes neuromuscular system will be continually challenged and ” SHOCKED ” by the intensity and complexity of the stimuli.
Aqualogix and its Aqua-Kinesthetics produces the advancements in athletic performance training that where previously thought impossible to accomplish.
- The progressive , systematic , and sequential increase in the degree of complexity and stimulation will prevent nervous system stagnation and raise athletic performance training levels to new heights.
After achieving Athletic super stardom playing for John Wooden’s powerhouse UCLA Bruins in the early ’70s and winning three straight College Player of the Year Awards, Walton was destined to become an NBA legend. When he was healthy, Walton had few peers.
He won the NBA Most Valuable Player award while playing for the defending NBA champion Trail Blazers in 1977-78. At the top of his form, Walton scored, passed, intimidated, hustled, and played the role of leader with the best centers of his day. He was a perfectionist whose range of skills and dedication never ceased to impress those who saw him play.
Honors: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1993); NBA champion (1977, ’86); NBA Finals MVP (1977); NBA MVP (1978); All-NBA First Team (1978); All-NBA Second Team (1977); NBA All-Defensive Team (1977, ’78); NBA All-Star (1977, ’78); Sixth Man Award (1986); One of 50 Greatest Players in NBA History (1996).
Nothing is accomplished without passion,” is the philosophy of Personal Trainer John.
He earned his personal training certification from the World Instructor Training Schools. John specializes in Aquakinetic Training, is a NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist, and is pursuing a Masters in Rehabilitation Science.
His customized exercise programs and water workouts include using specialized AquaLogix equipment designed to strengthen the body in the stress-free environment of the pool. His experience allows him to create routines for a broad range of individuals, from active seniors seeking to improve balance to young athletes striving to make the team. He also is qualified to provide sport specific training for seasoned competitors. Learn More
Brian received his Bachelors of Science degree in Physiological Sciences from the University of Arizona in 1999 with a specialization in Exercise Physiology and a minor in Chemistry. Following graduation, he spent several years in Arizona teaching high school math and science, and coaching high school basketball. Read More
Explosiveness is key to every sport. Tap your inner dynamite with this revolutionary water workout.
IN THE SHALLOW END OF A POOL in Rancho Santa Margarita, California, former Stanford athletic running back and current NFL free agent J.R. Lemon, 23, gasps for breath as he works out with aquatic dumbbells that look like wiffle balls with fins. Wearing matching widgets on his ankles, he thrashes his hands and feet back and forth so fast the water bubbles like a spa. Read More
Los Angeles Times Aquatic Review GEAR
Los Angeles Times article, July 31, 2006, by Roy M. Wallack
Resistance? Futile? Not in the water
No one wants to exercise when it hits 100 degrees. But a refreshing way to beat the summertime heat — and get a superb upper-body workout — is aquatic resistance. Pushing and pulling a plastic or foam dumbbell through the pool water, alone or in conjunction with a flotation belt and leg… Read More