BYU Athletics Program
Muscle Activation at the Collegiate Level
Brigham Young University is home to 717 athletes, all competing in 18 different sports. Each sport requires rigorous conditioning tailored to the specific of their sport. Whether that requires running 70 miles a week or deadlifting 700 lbs, each one of them pushes their bodies to the limits.
Such intense training can lead to injuries. When injuries happen, the muscles of the body inactivate themselves to protect from further damage. That is why BYU’s Sports Medicine Department asked us to come in and work with them. We work with a whole team of medical professionals, trained in everything from surgery and radiology to psychology and physical therapy, to help the athletes of BYU perform at an elite level.