ProForce's advanced athletic evaluation provides the athlete with a complete picture their overall athleticism. We are able to provide critical and valuable information to any professional athlete that will be a comprehensive review of their body, athletic condition, and methods to reduce and prevent injury. 

We will assess and predict your capabilities in the sphere of performance. 

  • Completion of field test helps us create a profile of athletic performance that will drive the prioritization of training

  • We will identify performance deficits and energy leaks that we will prioritize in the training process

  • The profile helps with talent identification

  • Allows us to monitor training adaptation and readiness

Our Profile: 

  • Statement of Goals
  • Statement of Strengths/Weaknesses
  • Nutritional Behavioral Questionnaire & Profile
  • Functional Movement Screen (FMS)
  • Sport Specific Power, Speed, and Agility Testing
  • Foot Strike/Balance Testing (sport-determined)
  • Static Flexibility/Joint System ROM-Symmetry Testing Specific to Your Sport 

The key things the athlete and/or coach will take away is a firm understanding and inventory of their body, both from a base and higher-level functional pattern. Our mission is to enable the athlete to be a better, more efficient and effective version of themselves with a more targeted approach to training, leading to improved results. Until we know how to train you we can not help you achieve your goals, our evaluation process helps us figure out how to properly train your body.


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