HPT Chart Example #6 – This is Ronan K.
Human Power Sports Training
This is Ronan K., an average 14-year-old male who plays Baseball in Freehold, NJ. Ronan had great Sports training and some experience working out with his team doing agility and speed work. Despite this, he is unable to execute the skills he has been taught with flawless precision. Ronan’s parents are making an investment for his High School and hopefully Collegiate athletic future with Human Power Training (HPT). In 4 short weeks, 12 total sessions, you can see the effect HPT had on Ronan and how it has translated into his performance in the early spring season!
This chart is an example of only 1 exercise out of 29 total that Ronan did in a 4-week period. Each workout is designed specifically for the sport the individual is playing, in this case, the workouts that Ronan did are designed specifically for Human Power Sports Training developments for Baseball Players.
Ronan’s first set on February 20th was done with a weight of 17.5 lbs. and did yield his best results in terms of Peak Velocity and Human Power output. However, the weight was too easy for him to use so we are not including it in his calculations and comparisons.
Starting with February 20th for this specific exercise (DB Split Jerks) Ronan’s Peak Velocity was 1.88 M/S with a Human Power output of 2539 using a weight of 20 pounds. The following week on March 1st, his Peak Velocity increased to 2.14 M/S with a Human Power output of 3071 with a weight of 20 pounds. Compared to the previous recording, Ronan’s Peak Velocity increased by 13.83% and Human Power increased by 20.95%!
March 8th was the next day we took readings for this exercise, Ronan’s Peak Velocity was 2.11M/S and his Human Power output was 2756 using 20 pounds. Even though this recording was less than the previous week, all of his velocity recordings were above 2 M/S!
The final day we took recordings for Ronan was on March 15th. On this day, Ronan had a Peak Velocity Output of 2.17M/S and a Peak Human Power output of 3089. This was his highest recording yet!
Within the span of 4 weeks, Ronan’s average Peak Velocity increased by 15.43%, and his average Human Power output increased by 21.66%! These numbers are only for 1 specific exercise out of the many that Ronan does. While we did also notice improvements within other exercises regarding Ronan’s increase in Velocity and Power, the numbers for this exercise showed the greatest improvement over the 4-week cycle!
Within the 4 weeks that Ronan has been training to improve his HPT output, he has been able to stand out more to his coaches. Even though it is the off-season for baseball, Ronan’s team still practices regularly at indoor facilities. The biggest changes within the 4 weeks towards Ronan’s performance were the changes in his explosive power! The increases that Ronan was able to make with his Human Power Sports Training transferred over to his sport and are helping him become a more rounded player!
The power and speed that Ronan can hit the ball with has gone up since starting HPT training. He is now able to have better control over where he wants to hit the ball and drive through it, rather than before the ball would contact his bat and fly off in any direction. In addition, the speed and power that he can put into his pitches has gone up! He is able to have better control over where he aims and throws the ball. The ball now goes more towards the spot he aims at, and no longer by sheer chance. Again, Within the span of 4 weeks, Ronan’s average Peak Velocity increased by 15.43%, and his average Human Power output increased by 21.66%!
The improvements with his Velocity and Human Power have transferred over to Ronan’s baseball skills and he is able to execute the skills that were taught to him with greater precision. We look forward to seeing how he performs when it’s game time and the season gets underway!
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