SOURCE: Leah Sarago Fitness
LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Apr 18, 2012) - National fitness icon, creator of the best-selling Ballet Body™ DVD series, and originator of the elongation technique, Leah Sarago has become a secret weapon for many of today's top NFL and NCAA football programs. Her proprietary training methods incorporate an advanced blend of ancient motion techniques derived from dance, ballet, pilates, and yoga, fused with next-level body motion science and extreme flexibility instruction. The result is a training experience that is literally changing the way elite athletes perform and the way top teams compete.
Combat on the gridiron has changed from a battle of force and strength to a strategic game of speed, quickness, flexibility and intelligence. Football programs and players at all levels are rushing to break free from yesterday's hit-or-be-hit mentality -- today's top performers are the quickest, most flexible, injury resistant performers on the field, which is why products of Leah Sarago's training are not just winning games, they are winning national championships, rookie-of-the-year honors and Super Bowls.
Each year Leah Sarago is invited to D1 Sports Training in Nashville, Tennessee where she teaches her techniques to top draft prospects that are more legendary than the athletes she trains. With players like Tim Tebow, Michael Oher, and countless other top draft picks singing her praises, it is easy to see why Leah is in high-demand at the professional and collegiate level.
Leah is currently developing an exercise program, specifically for football players that want to perform at the top of their game and prepare their minds and bodies to simply outperform their opponent by being quicker, faster, smoother, more injury resistant, more relaxed and in better overall condition. She is touring the country and speaking to top-level teams and national media about her unique methods and why the athletes she trains are so dominant.
While Hershel Walker, Lynn Swann, Warren Sapp, Jerry Rice and many others have always praised the importance of dance as part of the game, Leah Sarago's methods take basic elements of dance and turn them into critical building blocks that when assembled properly, spell the difference between who gets to the ball first and who can call themselves a champion.