Warning: preg_match(): Unknown modifier '/' in /home/voiceace/public_html_auscombatex/wp-content/plugins/wp-hummingbird/core/modules/class-module-page-caching.php on line 495
High Performance | Australian Combat & Exercise
Ресурс 6 Ресурс 7 Ресурс 9 Ресурс 11 Ресурс 8 Ресурс 10 Ресурс 5

Loading

START NOW

Let us know how we can help you.  Send us a message or give us a call and we will get right back to you!

BOOK NOW

Let us know how we can help you. Send us a message or give us a call and we will get right back to you!

CONTACT US

Let us know how we can help you.  Send us a message or give us a call and we will get right back to you!

CONTACT US

Contact us to find out more about our high performance services and how we can help you find your 1%.

High
Performance

Elite training performance driven by science

Learn now
FINDING ONE PERCENT

The difference between an elite athlete and the best elite athlete in the world is finding the 1% improvement factor

FINDING ONE PERCENT

Our high performance group is lead by Dr. Luke Del Vecchio, PhD in sports science and a ESSA Level II accredited sports scientist. We take a multidisciplinary approach that addresses the whole athlete as an integrated performance system. We address the physiological, psychological, biomechanical and nutritional function of an athlete. We apply sports science to further understand and analyse the human body and its movements and functions to improve an athlete’s performance and recovery.

TRAINING HARDER AND LONGER IS NOT THE ANSWER TO BETTER PERFORMANCE

Science and technology play a critical role in developing an athlete’s performance. It is the key to finding improvements without overtraining and risk of injury.

Our multidisciplinary approach revolutionises traditional training methodologies and develops the total athlete, promoting athletic progression in every sport at every ability level. Our innovative training programs help athletes break through plateaus and boundaries to reach their greatest potential.

It’s Not The Way It’s Always Been Done. It’s Better.

Contact us to find out
how we can improve your game

Enquire now

ACE works with youth, amateur, professional athletes and coaches in a wide range of sports. We perform a thorough needs analysis with the coach or athlete to gain insights into past performance, successes, challenges, roadblocks and goals.

YOU PLAY THE GAME TO WIN.
WE HELP YOU GET THERE.

ACE specialises in the combat sports athlete. We developed combat athlete high performance tests based on our published, research, specific to the training needs, load and performance of the combat athlete.

Strength
& conditioning

Sleep

Hydration

Nutrition

HIGH PERFORMANCE TESTING OFFERED

Tests can be performed individually or as a customised package based on your needs and goals. Typically, we suggest using multiple tests to identify your baseline performance and create a training regimen based on your test results.

Vo2 Max- aerobic & anaerobic Conditioning

VO2 max, or maximal oxygen uptake, is one factor that can determine an athlete’s capacity
to perform sustained exercise and is linked to aerobic endurance. VO2 max refers to the
maximum amount of oxygen that an individual can utilize during intense or maximal exercise.
It is measured as “milliliters of oxygen used in one minute per kilogram of body weight.
This measurement is generally considered the best indicator of an athlete’s
cardiovascular fitness and aerobic endurance.


Contact Us

Lactic Acid Tolerance & Response

Lactic acid is formed when an athlete exercises, if he or she is doing so at
a level where more oxygen is being used than can be replenished to their system.
As lactic acid builds up, it gradually forces the body to slow down – it is the body’s
way of telling you that you can’t carry on as you are. Lactic acid tolerance training makes
your body more efficient at reprocessing the waste products of exercise, transporting oxygen
to your blood and allowing you to train nearer to maximal speed for a longer period of time.


Contact Us

Power Testing- Power, force & velocity of upper & lower body

The countermovement jump (CMJ) is primarily used to measure an athlete’s explosive
lower-body power (2, 3), and has become one of the most frequently used tests by
coaches and researchers to indirectly measure power in the lower limbs (4).
This test can be conducted either with, or without the use of the arm-swing.
Performing the CMJ with an arm-swing action has shown to increase performance by 10% or more (5-9).


Contact Us

Strength Test

The strength test measures squat strength, bench press and grip strength.
Strength is the ability to carry out work against a resistance. The maximum
force that can be generated depends on the size and number of muscles involved,
the proportion of muscle fibers called into action, the coordination of the muscle
groups, the physical condition of the muscles and the mechanical advantage of the
levers involved. Each strength test is specific to the action and muscle groups being tested.


Contact Us

Metabolism (RMR)

The Resting Metabolic Rate test (RMR) determines the amount of energy (calories) your body is using at rest.
This measurement is made by analyzing the amount of oxygen your body uses and the amount of carbon dioxide your body produces.
Almost all of the energy your body produces is created through aerobic (oxygen utilizing) metabolism.
The oxygen is combined with carbohydrates and fats to make energy in your body’s tissues.
This energy is used to keep your organs and tissues working properly.
When carbohydrates and fats are broken down to make energy carbon dioxide is produced.
The percentage of the energy created from carbohydrates and fats can be determined by measuring the carbon dioxide your body produces.

The results of the RMR test shows if your body primarily uses fats or carbohydrates for energy.
This information can be used to determine the amount of calories you need to eat each day to
maintain or lose weight and optimise athlete training and nutrition for better performance and recovery results.


Contact Us

Body Composition & Anthropometry

Anthropometry tests include measurements of body size, structure, and composition.
It is important to be aware of the effects of changes to these factors, and
to be able to measure them. For most sports body size is an important factor in success,
whether it is advantageous to be short, tall, heavy or light.
The body composition, such as the amount of body fat and muscle mass, can also significantly affect sporting performance


Contact Us

Reaction Testing

CONTACT US TO FIND OUT
HOW YOU CAN TRAIN SMARTER.

Enquire now