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building the Moto athlete

Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

Through the world of sport, athletes will specialise in a wide assortment of disciplines each requiring a unique skill sets to their activity of choice. While these sport specific skills are highly unique to both sport and individual approach, there is additionally a certain level of common denominators for all athletes. This is precisely the same for the “moto” scene as competitors will possess certain attributes as athletes in other sporting disciplines.

First and foremost it must be understood that no “moto” athlete will reach their optimal performance without firmly dedicating their development to the needs of the sport and being in optimal physical condition. As like any sport, a developmental plan is akin to a pyramid with a broad based of generalised athletic ability as a foundation to which highly specialised skills rest atop. Failure to develop a rock solid base and the upward potential will be thwarted and athletic performance will hit a ceiling.

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