Strength & Conditioning
The aim of the BSA Strength and Conditioning (S&C) program is to educate athletes on the importance of S&C as both a performance enhancing and injury prevention measure.
Each partner sport is allocated a set S&C schedule. Sessions address the components of fitness specific to that sport and take into consideration the development level of the athlete, current training load and competition period of that sport.
A coordinated approachbetween all parties of the BSA encouarages the delivery of a safe and specific program consistent with thoes being carried out at the highest level.
The S&C team work closely with the sports physiotherapist, program manager, state body and expert coaches to develop and monitor a program for the sport. This coordinated approach encourages the delivery of a safe and specific program consistent with those being carried out at the highest level.
S&C sessions run from MONDAY 24th February - Mid November.
No S&C sessions are run over school holidays or on public holidays.