Ready to take your game to the next level? The Sports Rehabilitation Performance Lab offers services using state-of-the-art technology to help athletes achieve peak performance.
Housed within the Sports Rehabilitation clinic at Wyoming’s SpartanNash YMCA, the Performance Lab features technology new to West Michigan. This includes the iDXA body composition scanner and VO2max, which measures the maximum amount of oxygen your body can take in.
The lab’s lead exercise physiologist, Todd Buckingham, has significant experience in science-driven testing and evidence-based results analysis. By capturing the body’s ability, Todd can develop individualized training plans that enhance skills to help athletes reach their full potential and reduce the risk of injury.
Todd’s expertise is beneficial for athletes of all abilities and ages, from those trying a sport for the first time to high school, collegiate and elite athletes who want to maximize their performance.
These services may be appropriate if your goals include:
- Improving exercise capacity
- More specific training based on your physiology
- Obtaining personalized heart rate training zones
- Receiving key advice regarding training and racing
- Reducing the risk of injury
We can help you train smarter and unlock your potential. Your performance is our priority.
About Todd Buckingham, Ph.D.
Todd is the Sports Rehabilitation team’s lead exercise physiologist. He’s worked with all levels of athletes, from beginners to NCAA Division I and professional athletes, to fuel their performance safely and effectively.
He’s an athlete himself and applies the principles of exercise physiology to his own training and racing. His accomplishments include a 1:10:30 half-marathon PR and a 2:28:37 marathon PR. Todd won the 2018 Triathlon World Championship, the 2016-2018 Triathlon National Championships as well as the 2018-2019 Duathlon National Championships.
The Sports Rehabilitation program also offers virtual consults with board-certified clinicians. V2Consult is a 15-minute, one-on-one virtual consult performed via a video call (such as FaceTime or Skype) with a clinician who will help you understand your injury, how to best manage it and when to consult your physician.
Scheduling & Questions
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Or, download the Mary Free Bed Sports Rehab app to book your appointment today.