SPEED of SPORT tm
Nick Curson - founder / trainer
Coach Nick has produced multiple World, National, International, and Collegiate Champions. He is also the head strength and conditioning coach for the largest boxing gym in ASIA, the famous ALA Boxing Gym in Cebu, Philippines and a consultant for professional athletes and professionalsports teams. His primary areas of study are on the affects of the nervous system in relation to sports performance, Eastern Bloc strength & conditioning, plyometrics, biomechanics, cardiovascular endurance, and rehabilitative exercise. Coach Nick received the 2018 World MMA Awards "Trainer of the Year".
Dr. Igor Lavrov M.D. Ph.D. - Research / Medical Consultant
Dr. Lavrov is Neurology M.D. from the Military Medical Academy in St. Petersburg, Russia. He also holds a Ph.D. in Physiology from the Pavlov Institute also located in St. Petersburg, Russia. Dr. Lavrov has years of experience in rehabilitative techniques including hyperbarics for Russian Submarine Crews, Acupuncture, Physical therapy, as well as laboratory research. Dr. Lavrov's scientific expertise combined with his knowledge of the nervous system coupled with his extensive knowledge of physiology have been a crucial component in taking our training methods to an even higher level. Dr. Lavrov's video explanations of neural firing patterns can be see on youtube.
Speed of Sport is owned and operated by Nick Curson. With over 18 years of experience in nearly every type of strength training modality, Nick has reached the pinnacle of elite sports training. He has studied extensively with top scientists, sports trainers, strength coaches, Olympic lifters, physical therapists, bio mechanical engineers, professional boxing trainers, martial artists, and more. He is also the Strength and conditioning coach for the famous ALA Boxing Gym in Cebu, Philippines.
He continues to develop and work with many great athletes like:
"Speed of Sport is a term used to explain the importance of training athletes at a speed practical for the athletes sport. Science has proven that excessive lifting of heavy loads in a slow manner (absolute strength training) trains the muscle to adapt to the heavy load and slower contraction, eventually making the athlete become slower after repeated bouts. (Kotz, Filinov, Verkhoshansky, Deniskin)
Over the past several years I have incorporated what I believe to be the best training modalities from various sources, including mentors and science databases. These methods have led me to produce multiple World Champions, National Champions, NCAA Champions, High School Champions, as well as multiple High School " Player of the year " and "Athlete of the Year" award recipients. I have trained and still train many of the best players in multiple professional sports. I have helped many Professional and amateur athletes, as well as people with active lifestyles become stronger, more athletic, and less prone to injury. This training delivers on its promise."