MEET The Founder
Meet The Founder and Creator of Energize Sports Performance Testing The Human Analysis Laboratory
"I Have Seen Beauty In People Who Were Called
Ugly and I've Seen The Devil In The Most Angelic Faces."
THE FOUNDER OF ENERGIZE - ROBERT WALLACE
As a person that has always been fascinated with the science behind the human body, I have been reading about sports performance testing and how they improve the body's natural systems for over 20 years. So when I got the chance to build the best human analysis sports performance testing lab at an Olympic training facility, I jumped at it.
I searched the entire globe for the best human analysis sports performance testing equipment available in the world. The Energize lab has equipment from Europe, Australia and many others including the best of the USA technology, Most of the testing equipment located at Energize Spire is currently only available in universities not accessible to regular athletes. This testing facility is the first of its kind with a mindset of providing real answers as well as real solutions to every athletes performance related issues.
Energize is a sports performance human analysis testing facility with over 75 unique testing devices that are able to accurately measure over 500+ specific measurement metrics within the human body. The business of sports science is as complicated as the systems within the human body. Knowing that your legs are fatigued may be obvious to you, but understanding why they are is where sports science takes over. Training too much may cause fatigue, but training to little can have the same effect, leaving the athlete guessing. There are over 47 miles of neurological pathways in the human body controlling each muscle and over 100,000 miles of arteries, capillaries, veins and blood vessels transporting blood to every muscle.
To understand why an athletes legs fatigue quickly you must understand all of the bodies systems required to run for long periods of time. Muscle mass, muscle density and muscle health are the first things to look into. Equally as important to those measurements is how much muscle is actively participating or neurologically connected to your brain, does your body transport oxygen in the red blood cells efficiently, does your body have adequate blood flow or circulation and finally what are your muscles glycogen storage levels. All of these measurements are contributing factors to why your legs are fatigued.
Nearly all of the systems are connected to each other throughout the human body. Systems are designed to support each other, but a breakdown in one can lead to others being over worked.
The simple answer to why your legs fatigue quickly may be over training or it may be a far more complex reason that will constantly hold back your improvements in sports performance until you find out why.