SIO Sports AcademySIO Sports has developed what we believe is the answer to managing and guaranteeing athlete development to sports training. We are in the process of completing our development phase to what we believe is the only Artificial Intelligence System that not only determines the largest deficit in any sports play but a system that will solve it. Our training philosophy incorporates 12 of the biggest phases that contribute to most athletes ability for growth. Within each of these phases, we outline athlete goals and their level of commitment, use highly technological assessment, a team evaluation of assessment, monthly outlines of practice and drills conducted by phase expert, and monthly reassessments. When an athlete commits to SIO Academy, SIO Sports and all 12 departments of experts commit to the athlete all inclusively. The typical athlete will have 15-25 experts and coaches involved in managing various aspect of the athlete. Listed below is just a small example of how we outline our 12 phases of athlete development. Please feel free to contact us for more details and a private athlete consultation.
Managing Player Development,
One Athlete At A Time:
1) Sports PsYchOLOGY
Understanding your own psychological profile is paramount in being able to identify your strengths and weaknesses as they pertain to achieving goals, maintaining motivation for training, and how you will react under pressure. Each SIO Academy Athlete will have Two Sports Psychology Experts Assigned to them.
1) Psychology Intake Associate (PIA): Assigned to each athlete to introduce the entire breakdown of their psychological profile. At the conclusion, each athlete will receive a custom mapping and specific profile outlining strengths and weakness.
2) Team Psychologist (TP): Throughout the year, our team psychologist will give organization wide, seminars and clinics that will include topics such as mental toughness, out smarting your opponent, and managing expectations.
2) Personal Management
When your goals include becoming an athlete for a major university and or professionally, many factors are utilized beside the level of play. Your reputation, civic duties, references, extra circular activities, and basic life choices can influence a teams decision just as much as your ability to play.
All SIO Academy athletes have Two Personal Management Associates assigned to them.
1) Certified Life Coach (PMLC): Assigned to help map out and balance life responsibilities, such as family, work, personal relationships, and religion making possible a demanding professional career. The primary responsibilities of our PMLC are as follows.
a) To assist in assessing, planning, and executing of personal athletic and team goals
b) Time management and training utilizing custom scheduling and time management software
2) Public Relations Representative (PMPR): Assigned to manage your professional reputation. The primary responsibilities of our PMPR are as follows:
a) Image assessment and consulting
b) Social media assessment, planning, and management
c) Managing public opinion to include writing and submitting press releases
Every SIO Academy athlete with higher education incorporated into their goal itinerary will be managed by Four Education Coaches as follows.
1) Education Case Manager (ECM): Assigned to assist athletes with creating, planning, and tracking the execution of all educational goals. The primary responsibility of our ECM is as follows
a) Tracking school grades, including individual class, semester and school year final grades.
b) Establish Correction Action Pans
2) Educational Certified Teachers (ECT): Assigned to our program to help keep our athletes accountable to their educational goals. The primary responsibility of our ECT is as follows
a) Assess learning deficiencies
b) Assist in the right balance of proper tutoring
3) Educational Sports Historians (ESH): Assigned in group format, becoming a student of the game is paramount in playing at the highest level. The primary responsibility of our ESH is as follows
a) Teach specific sport history
b) Teach how athletes training in the past correlate to today
c) Teach how the most advanced athletes and teams will win in the future
d) To assure specific high sports IQ
4) Educational Game Strategist (EGS): Presented and taught in group format by special guest college coaches. The primary responsibility of our EGS is as follows
a) Teach the practical theory, application, and interpretation of various and specific and advanced game strategies
b) Reinforce how specific sports IQ will give you great advantage
4) Visual Processing
The Science Institute of Vision is on the cutting edge of evaluating athletes within the visual field spectrum. Vision and all of the functions associated with vision are perhaps the most over-looked element in youth sports development. Vision is key to identify and process everything from the ability to track, creating the appropriate rhythm and balance to reaction times in most main stream sports. Each SIO Academy Athlete will have Four Vision Associates assigned to them.
1) Ophthalmic Technician (VP-OT): Once a year and after all other visual screenings or work-ups, one of our OT’s will conclude a visual score based on the following assessments.
a) Vision and medical History Report
b) Distance Vision Acuity (Corrected and or Non-Corrected) (Acuity at specific distance) (20/20
c) Near Vision Acuity (Corrected and or Non-Corrected) (Acuity Within arms length)
d) Color Vision Testing
e) Depth Perception Testing
f) Eye Dominance Assessment
g) Peripheral Vision Assessment
2) Optometrist (VP-O.D.): Our resident Optometrist has been working in the optometry industry for 35 years and has worked with athletes of most sports all over the country. In the event the athletes initial screening identify s abnormalities, our O.D. can make the appropriate medical diagnosis through advanced screening listed below.
a) Distance Vision Acuity Correction Prescription
b) Near Vision Acuity Correction Prescription
c) Color Vision Filter Testing
d) Depth Perception Range
e) Eye Dominance values and range
f) Peripheral Vision Range
g) Corrective Vision Prescription
3) Vision Therapist (VP-VT): The advantage of working with a vision division on the cutting edge full circle is not only are we able to identify issues previously gone unseen, but we are finding solutions to overcome visual abnormalities that once ended sports careers. Once our D.O.O, prescribes visual therapy, we can manage the entire spectrum of recovery in the following areas,
a) Tracking Assessment and Scoring
b) Balance Assessment and Scoring
a) Pupil Scanning
b) Vision Corrective Surgery
Virtually every action performed by the body is a result of neurological command either voluntary or involuntary. Neurological commands can be extremely complex sending and receiving constant signals from muscles, tendons, ligaments, and dozens of other locations every second. When an athletes ability and success is measured in fractions of seconds, there are virtually always methods to increasing processing speed and function. Every SIO Academy Athlete will have Three Neurological-Specialist assigned to them specializing in the following areas.
1) Neurological Plasticity (NPMD): Once a year and after all other visual screenings or work-ups have been completed, our team Neurologist will conclude an assessment score based on the following assessments.
a) Peripheral Nerves
b) Cortical Mapping
c) Medium Nerves
d) Critical Periods
2) Sensory System (NSSMD): Once a year and after all other visual screenings or work-ups have been completed, one of our team Neurologist will conclude a Sensory Assessment within the following areas of the brain.
a) Frontal Lobe
b) Temporal Lobe
c) Somatosensory Cortex
d) Parletal Lobe
3) Motor System (NMSMD): Once a year after the Neurological Plasticity and Sensory System assessments and complete workup has been completed, one of our team Neurologist will combine all of your data to map the baseline of all of your individual motor skills functions and timing. The areas to be mapped will be specific to your sport, your position, and your physical limitations.
All physical form is assessed as a SIO Academy athlete in the following areas. Every SIO Academy Athlete will have Five Physiological Experts assigned to them specializing in the following areas.
1) Strength Coach (PSC):Did you know that there are over 640 muscles in the human body and if we count muscle within complex muscles, experts arguably say there are 840 Among those figures, there are three groups referred to as a Skeletal, Visceral, and Cardiac.
Every SIO Sports Program has revealed that no matter which sport or position an athlete participates in, that at any phrase of any positional action, dozens of muscles in all three groups are constantly at work. We take pride at mapping every positional movement knowing at all times what muscle groups are at work. How else could we be so confident in formulating a strength training regimen for our athletes had we not understood to this detail.
Every SIO Academy Athlete is assigned a personal Strength Training Coach and will receive the following…
- A Muscle Use Guide based on Athlete Sport/Position
- A Complete Strength Assessment based on the entire Muscle Guide Index
- A Guided Discussion pertaining to setting short and long term strength goals with anticipated results outlined
- A Short and long term strength training plan with measurable in place.
- Strength Training Coaching throughout the year.
2) Conditioning Coach (PCC): Every SIO Athlete is assigned a, Conditioning Coach and receive management in the following areas.
- Cardiovascular Conditioning
- Muscle, ligament, and tendon preparation for fatigue conditioning
- Total body endurance reporting based on pisition
- Endurance conditioning
3) Agility Coach (PAC)
4) Flexibility Coach (PFC):
5) Balance Coach
Throughout your life, your body has developed your own unique rhythm, balance, and timing in every action. We refer to these actions as your balance patterns.
Once we are able to map your patterns, we document all of your sports positions actions and determine the most efficient, most powerful, quickest, and accurate desired movements.
All SIO Academy athletes have Two Bio-Mechanics Associates assigned to them.
1) Analytical Movement Specialist (BAMS): Assigned
b) Organ Function
c) Blood Chemistry
d) Nutrient Absorption
e) Organ, muscle, and tissue needs
f) Balance of diet based on output, training, and life style
9) Repetion Training
10) tEAM pLACEMENT
The type of training and practice you participate in will be direclty related to the actual game situation you are preparing for. There is a bancence between playing at too high of a level and being chalanged, just as playing below your level and show casing your ability. Many factors go into this balancing act but will always be directed by your goals.
11) iNJURY pREVENTION, RECOVERY, AND REHABILITATION
- Athletic training
- Physical therapy
- Regeneration massage
- Endurance conditioning
- Flexibility, balance, and core
12) aTHLETE TRANSITION
As an athlete working towards the next level, you will appreciate the value of our experts guiding you on the most direct path to your dreams
During the Personal Management process, your next level will be outlined, but the athlete transition experts will sort through the thousands of variables so you can be assured to always know where you are and understand all of your options.All SIO Academy athletes have Two Personal Management Associates assigned to them.
1) Collegiate Counselor (ATCC): Assigned to those athletes who desire to be college bound.
a) Will continually council college choice priorities to determine the best college system as it relates to long term goals.
b) Our counselors will make the appropriate introductions and build the necessary relationships with you and school administration and coaches.
c) Depending on your college path, your counselor will manage the assurance that you the athlete remain in compliance.
d) Making this transition possible, typically is surrounded with economics. Scholarship applications may be paramount not only economical but may designate a schools commitment.
2) Olympic Counselor (ATOC): The path to the Olympics can be challenging. Transitioning from self training to making an Olympic team requires an understanding of the system and when and where opportunities exist.
3) Semi-Professional Counselor(ATSP); In many sports, semi-professional opportunities may exist all over the world, but the process of sorting through so many options will always be a always part of your bigger picture and overall goals.
(4) Professional Sports Counselor (ATPS): Entering the draft, attending workouts for evaluation, and contract considerations all require a know how and preparedness that unless properly trained and educated can be daunting.
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