Integrated Performance Services
EXOS offers a variety of Sports Science services to support your team and staff to help you reach your performance goals. Whether serving as a full-time member of the team, or for short-term support, EXOS can provide a wide range of Sports Science services, including:
- EXOS specialists serving as your team's full-time fitness coach, performance dietitian, or rehabiliation specialist
- Preseason training at an EXOS facility for athletes or team
- Offseason nutrition plan for athletes with body composition issues
- Preseason and offseason performance testing, including data analysis
- Continuing education courses for team staff focused on areas specifically related to your team's needs
Performance Center Management - Powered by EXOS
Today, more and more medical facilities, rehabilitation clinics, hospitals and consumer brands are looking for ways to expand their reach into their local communities and to engage athletes and active adults with programs and services that go beyond traditional sports medicine offerings or customer experiences.
To become the provider of choice in the community, leading medical health systems and companies across the country are choosing EXOS’ performance center management services to help them meet their goals. Utilizing EXOS’ turnkey solutions, these facilities are now offering EXOS’ leading performance training and nutrition programs for local youth, high school, and college athletes; professional and elite athletes; and active adults all looking to improve their athletic performance and take a proactive approach to their health.
EXOS is dedicated to providing our athletes and clients with the most effective and ethical solutions to reach their performance and life goals. EXOS is involved in case studies and clinical trials in the areas of wellness, performance training and rehabilitation. We take on studies to help innovate product design and improve training methodology within our walls, in addition to collaboration with our partners and various universities to answer broader research questions.
Recent projects include:
- A corporate wellness study evaluating the effectiveness of an integrated nutrition and training program on employee fitness
- An injury prevention study with the University of Waterloo and the Andrews Institute investigating firefighter training and injury
- A study with the University of Oklahoma evaluating nutrition knowledge, beliefs, and behaviors of athletes