Many athlete's have a misconception. A lot of young men and women feel that if they constantly practice or repetetively do a particular movement or skill that it will develop into an increased performance or better result. Unfortunately this just isn't true, because it is not that if you just do something over and over and over again it will just magically become more effecient or be better than it was before. In order for something to become a habit you must first do it 10,000 times, this is true over time you won't have to think about it any longer it will just happen. But what happens if what we are doing isn't quite perfect? Or our practice is off altogether but we think we are doing it correctly? This is where most athletes go wrong! Just plain practice does not make perfect, PERFECT PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT.
So how do we know if we have perfect practice? Well, this is where a coach comes into play, it is their job to make sure the habits you develop are within the skill set that will allow you to become a better performer at your particular movement or sport. Here at Apex technique is a very large part of what we teach our athlete's, it is important that when movements are practiced it isn't jus to get through them but to master them. Many athletes are fast, many are strong, but with proper coaching and technique work how much more could they potentially have?? Maybe you should consider comming to find out.