Neuromuscular Training programs are defined as programs that are effective in increasing sports performance. These programs include but are not limited to increasing power, agility, speed and strength.
What Is Neuromuscular Training
Neuromuscular Training is basically summed up as the quality of movement.
The training itself focuses on correcting the movement pattern, and increasing the athletes performance, but at the same time aiming to reduce the risk of acute injury in athletes.
In context to female athletes, many girls when they are jumping tend to land awkwardly with their knees caving in, this would be classified as a risk factor to their performance.
Common injuries that occur from this are in the ankles and knees. However, by increasing awareness of how our bodies move, this will allow us to focus on implementation of the skill with an increased training age.