- Welcome to Key 2 Sports training, a sports performance enhancement company dedicated to building faster, stronger and more powerful athletes! Key 2 Sports opened its doors in the spring of 2008 by owner Cornell Key with the hopes of training and preparing athletes for sports domination. We since have trained over 2,000 athletes in the Monmouth County area from all sports including football, soccer, baseball, basketball, wrestling, lacrosse, mixed martial arts, swimming, field hockey, ice hockey & x-games to name a few. We believe that sports’ is about power and the speed of movement. We help increase your power through cutting edge training aimed at increasing your strength, speed and mobility. In addition we believe that our athletes should train in a competitive atmosphere much like the ones they will be competing in. We provide the most intense of atmosphere’s to help develop and cultivate that competitive nature deep inside of all the athletes we work with. Key 2 Sports Training gets results, period. Regardless of if you’re a beginner or a professional, we have the ability to take your game to the next level!
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Great Conditioning Drill
Weight Training and Speed Development are the big ticket items when it comes to training athletes. But one of my favorite forms of training is conditioning!
Most people when they think conditioning automatically think of extremely hard exercises that lead to puking and gasping. While this may be a byproduct of some forms of conditioning, not all conditioning has to come to this end. Conditioning can be a wide variety of things from low level running to extreme hill sprints. IN addition to this, conditioning CAN be done at any time of year, depending on the type. Training intensity, volume and duration are KEY components when selecting appropriate conditioning drills.
Great ANY time of year Conditioning Drill-
We call these 20/20/20′s – You’ll need a field (approximately 30-40yds long or a treadmill), a floor mat and a stop watch.
START – 20s run
SECOND – 20s Active Rest (try different drills from planking, squats, push-ups, Mountain climbers, etc.)
LAST – 20s passive or FULL rest
Do this 2-3 times a week for at least 10-15 minutes for a great conditioning workout! You’ll feel great and see huge gains in your cardiovascular development!
For more information on how to get Key 2 Sports to design a program for you, call 732-749-3093.